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    by Vanessa Levin
    Hi! If you're new here, I invite you to subscribe to my free e-mail updates or follow me on Facebook and Pinterest. Thanks for visiting!Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten printable sub plans. An electronic sub binder to make planning for a substitute teacher easier! Everything you need to organize a...
    • Kandace Betzel

      Include a picture list of students in your substitute folder. This is a good idea. As a substitute teacher this would be invaluable to me.

    • Ginny Thomason

      Include a picture list of students in your substitute teacher folder. She will love you for it!

    • Sharon Walton

      Include a picture list of students in your substitute folder. I never wanted subs to follow my regular lesson plans for class work. I always had a sub folder with work, ideas for activities, games, classroom management suggestions, etc..

    • Machelle Brown

      A good tip for preparing for a sub in preschool or kindergarten is to provide a page in your substitute folder with the names and pictures of each student. Preschool and kindergarten students are often shy around strangers and may not always say their names when asked, others may not be native English speakers or have speech impairments that will make understanding their names difficult, this is where the pictures and name labels come in very useful for a substitute teacher.

    • Sheila Peterson

      Love this idea, especially for elementary classrooms.

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