The last thing you need to think about when you are sick is writing sub plans! Too many of us find ourselves up in the middle of the night with the flu writing them out, though.
This Substitute Plans Checklist will help you get everything organized so that you can truly rest when you are sick.
It also contains an example template. Follow the example of the template to create your own. When you are absent, just revise it as needed.
You can grab your copy of the checklist and template here. To learn more about how to prepare in advance for an absence, visit this post at on The Proactive Teacher Blog. Just click on the link. Plan for the Unexpected with Emergency Substitute Plans.
Also, if you’d like to get some detailed feedback from your sub, check out the post here on Classroom Freebies by Kristen at Aspire to Inspire Classroom Resources. It’s called Get Quick, Easy, and Need-to-Know Substitute Teacher Feedback.
Carolyn from The Proactive Teacher