Believe it or not, many teachers do not have a substitute binder put together! (I would know, since I’ve been a sub before!) And honestly, it’s completely understandable. There is so much information to put all together, and a substitute binder can easily become just another cumbersome task that keeps getting put off. However, it doesn’t need to be that way! Coming up with everything to include in your substitute binder is part of the daunting task, and I’ve done that part for you! Simply follow along with these steps, type up your information, and put it together in a sub binder. (I’ve even got a freebie to help you get started!) Here’s what you want to include in your sub binder: Cover labeling the substitute binder Including a cover on your substitute binder is important- not only because you can add some style to your binder- but it also clearly labels what it is.