Getting Organized with Numbers

It's hard to believe there was a time I couldn't find a purpose for Numbers and now I cannot imagine being without it. After attending a workshop lead by Kurt Klynen and seeing how Numbers could be used to organize student projects, I began to think how I could use Numbers for my own classroom planning. Together we created a School Planner which I have used for the last two years.


Front cover of digital planner

Plan your Days, Weeks and Year

Have your planner sync across devices


Inside view of planner

You can create a yearly scope and sequence using Numbers too.

There are so many possibilities to organize ideas and collaborate with others using the blank canvases inside of Numbers.

This has been a life saver for me, I hope it can help you too. Create a copy, customize to make it yours.

Share with students and staff.


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Posted on September 02, 2022

What an incredible resource for both teachers and students!

Posted on September 02, 2022

So cool to use Numbers as a school planner - genius! I love that Numbers is such a flexible tool - so much more than a spreadsheet. I never was very comfortable with spreadsheets and Numbers has made me a believer! Thanks for the idea and download! So beautifully done!

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