How to Write Substitute Teacher Plans

I once subbed in a classroom where the teacher’s lesson plans consisted of a handwritten piece of paper that listed the time and a subject (i.e. 8:30-9:30 math, 9:30-10:00 writing). Needless to say, it was less than helpful and inspired me to write very detailed sub plans. You never want to leave your sub and students in this position.
I love these step by step directions from The Clutter-free Classroom for writing sub plans. Thanks to their tips I going to create a sub plan template before my next sick day. The blog post is filled with so much awesome information! You’ll be surprised by some of the things they said not to do! #subplans #substituteteacher #sickday

How to Plan for a Substitute Teacher


Emergency Sub Plans for Elementary can be quick and easy with no prep printables, an organization binder, and templates. If you need ideas for substitute teacher activities for math, science, social studies, reading, or writing (ELA) then you will love this post. First, second, third, fourth and fifth grade teachers will appreciate the free ebook and worksheets that will have you ready for a guest teacher on a moments notice.


Emergency Sub Plans for Elementary can be quick and easy with no prep worksheets, an organization binder, and templates. If you need ideas for substitute teacher activities for math, science, social studies, reading, or writing (ELA) then you will love this post. Read on for tips on how to ALWAYS be ready for a sub and grab the FREE eBOOK and PRINTABLES that will have you ready for a guest teacher in no time.

How to Stay Healthy in an Elementary Classroom

As teachers, we know how important it is to stay healthy and to help our students stay healthy too. It can be challenging to maintain a healthy routine and lifestyle when the school year gets busy. It is very common for teachers to prioritize their work over their health and wellness. However, this is when healthy habits matter the most! Ursula Foster once said, “You can’t pour from an empty cup.” This is so true! In order for us to give to our students, their families, and our school community, we must first take care of ourselves. Easier said than done, right? Stay happy and healthy at work during flu season, the winter, and all year long by following the advice outlined below!


Teacher friends! Are you tired of writing sub plans whenever you get sick? This blog post from the Clutter-free Classroom is all about staying healthy in the classroom! I can’t wait to try the breakfast and snack ideas! Head over to the blog to read this post! #sickday #healthyclassroom #elementaryteaching

SUB PLANS

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It doesn't matter if your district calls the position a substitute teacher, a sub, a supply teacher, a relief teacher, a casual teacher, an emergency teacher, or an occasional teacher. You have someone who comes in and covers your class while you are out of the building. In most cases, you are responsible for supplying everything the person needs to come in and teach your class for the day. This series of blog posts has all the information you need to make this process easy so you can stay home sick and never have to worry again. Grab this FREE resource to help you get started!

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