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Summer To-Do List

18 pages of resources to help you set up a smooth, efficient classroom.

You don't have time to waste this summer.

So let's focus on doing the things that matter.

Ok, let's be real, you're downright freaking out about having your very own first classroom.

You want to get started planning, but there are SO MANY THINGS to think about.

If you've read my Summer To-Do List for the First Year Teacher blog post, you know you should be preparing ways to help your classroom run smoothly.

You know this is critical to help you focus on the things that really matter during the year: TEACHING. Making relationships. Changing lives. (You know, the reasons you came to this profession to begin with.) But how?

Planning before the beginning of the year can be stressful, but it doesn't have to be fruitless. Let's use this time to focus on what matters and create a classroom where your students feel happy, safe, and productive.

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