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  • Kris Hughes

    good idea for when substitute teachers come in to the class.

  • Jaclyn Romero

    love it! gonna have to do this in my future classroom

  • Miranda Barnhart

    Classroom management

  • Ashlie Glenn

    cute classroom ideas

  • Bianca K.

    A lot of good ideas for Sub Plans

  • meimei yan

    Sub Tub... great to have in your classroom to be prepared for when you need a sub. Contains a Welcome Binder explaining the daily schedule, where things are in the room and anything the sub might need like computer log-in codes. Tub also has hanging folders for each day of the week with emergency lesson ideas, activities, etc. Good idea.

  • Cheri Odenbach

    Classroom Organization

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Keep a Binder or Tub ready with all of your sub materials. Items could include emergency fire drill list, dismissal list, phone numbers of important people in the school, how to use the phone (if confusing), computer log-in, important notes about students (such as allergies or things to be aware of), etc. Then all you have to do is add in your sub plans for the specific day you're out.