Take the Stress Out of Calling a Sub!

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I finally set out to make a sub plan template! It seems like I always aim to do this when writing a set of sub plans. Then, I get crunched for time, and the plan is never “template worthy”.

 In preparation for a recent appointment, I wrote my plans. When I finished, I realized how many extra items I was missing that might come in handy. Things such as: fire drill procedures, rainy day lunch schedule, my seating chart, the mini day recess schedule (in case of a last minute emergency sub call on a mini day), etc. These items are posted around my classroom, but having them WITH my sub plans would be ideal. (Click on continue reading for a freebie!)

http://peasinapodlessons.com/take-the-stress-out-of-calling-a-sub/Here’s an “All the Extras” FREEBIE that will help you corral this information into one easy go to place for your sub.

Here’s a super cool way to organize activities for the sub. I put together a grid with time allotments, activity blacklines, and the correlating standards. I can quickly grab activities from this, or a sub would be able to easily grab from this themselves in an emergency.

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Feel free to borrow this idea! But, if you’d like to save some time, mine are available HERE! (I’ve created a standard aligned set for each grade 1st – 6th.)

 

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