If you’re like me, you HATE being out! Between having young children of my own who kept getting daycare sickness and being out for professional/leadership meetings...I’m out way more than I’d like to be. I wanted my students to have meaningful instruction and have fun when I was out! I hope these help you if you have to be out as well!
Here is how it can work:
Write your own plans with your classroom-specific notes, but instead of typing in the activity, simply add “see math lesson” or “see word work lesson” and I have the directions and activities all ready to go! I lay them out on my desk so that it is SUPER obvious for the sub to find each lesson.
I’ve provided a page that shows completed activities that will serve as an example (in case the sub is confused about anything) and also an answer key.
Included: (All themed with book)
Math Activities- patterning, inequalities mini-book, problem-solving prompt
Word Work-Rhyming and syllables practice
Writing: 3 writing response activities
Reading: Retelling picture cards, story elements sheet
Vocabulary: Anchor chart images
NO Prep Sub Plans- Goggles by Ezra Jack KeatsNO Prep Sub Plans- A Bad Case of the Stripes by David Shannon NO Prep Sub Plans- The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak NO Prep Sub Plans- Officer Buckle & Gloria by Peggy Rathman NO Prep Sub Plans- Owen by Kevin Henkes NO Prep Sub Plans- THE BUNDLE!