This week Free Technology for Teachers welcomes a new advertiser, Teachers Printables.
As much as we might want to do everything electronically some things are easier to do and or are more effective when printed. For example, an attendance chart or behavior chart for little ones can be more effective when it is posted in a place that students can quickly see it and update it. Ideas from brainstorming activities in a classroom that lacks one-to-one devices should be recorded on paper by students. Seating charts for a substitute teacher usually need to be printed too. Rather than create forms from scratch, visit TeachersPrintables.net to find and download more than 200 helpful forms.
TeachersPrintables.net offers 243 free printable forms organized into 23 categories. Some of the categories that I think will be visited by a lot of teachers are lesson plans, passes, sight words, sign language charts, and substitute teacher report forms. The four most frequently printed forms right now are the lesson plan template, field trip permission slips, blank rubrics, and teacher-parent communication logs.
The next time you need a new form to use in your classroom, take a look at what TeachersPrintables.net has before you spend time trying to create a new form from scratch.