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How to Have Inspiration at Your Fingertips with a Lessons Binder

Do you struggle to find a way to store all your lesson plans? Do you have an abundance of printouts from the internet or a stack of art magazines cluttering your desk? Then you need to make a lesson plan binder! All you need is a large binder and plastic sleeves. Watch the video to learn how to cut down on clutter, save on storage space, and organize lessons in a system that works for you.

If you’d like, check out our AOE Lessons page, and print all the handy PDFs to have at your fingertips!
And, check out these other organization ideas for all your documents:

 

How do you organize and store lesson plans?

Where is your favorite place to find lesson plan inspiration?

 

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Alecia Eggers Kaczmarek

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Alecia Eggers Kaczmarek, an elementary school art educator, is a former AOEU Writer. She is passionate about teaching and reaching students through an innovative and meaningful arts education.

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