Monday, June 13, 2011

substitute binder

While I'm on the topic of things I need to do differently for next year, one is having a substitute teacher binder. I always knew it was important to have something together for the sub, but I never had the time to sit down and make a place to put all of it. Fortunately I was always able to have enough time to plan for any of the sub plans I needed this school year!

Moving forward though, I would like to have a binder together that includes sections of information that the sub needs to know, as well as, a section for the lesson plans. (also including an emergency plan should I need one!)

I have created a binder set for all of the sections in my substitute teacher binder. I printed out the pages and laminated them onto tab dividers.

Here is the cover of my binder. I have my name and my room number on the front, but I have removed it in order to upload the documents to my TpT store. If you are interested in downloading a copy visit my store. My favorite part of the set includes this form for the substitute to fill out at the end of the day.

I can't take full credit for this form, I found one similar online and then made my own. I wish I still had the source where I found it so I could give credit! (So if you're out there, let me know! ha!)

What do you leave behind for your substitutes?


Dianna said...

I love your sub binder ideas! My goal (as always) is to be more organized this year. All of these blogs are keeping me going. thanks for sharing!

Erin Lukas said...

Thanks so much! These blogs really do get you going! I spend so much time in front of my printer and laminator printing out ideas! They also inspire me to get more things done!

Anonymous said...

The link doesn't work. Is there another way to access it?

Erin Lukas said...

Thank you for letting me know! I have fixed the link! You can click it again, or in the future, there is a button to my TpT store on the top right sidebar! :)

But I really do appreciate you letting me know so that I could get it fixed!! Thanks!

KatieRzLOVESk said...

Thank you for this! I am going out of town for a conference this month for a WHOLE WEEK and I am stressing about how to organize everything. This is perfect! Thank you! :)

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