Being a teacher mom can be very challenging at times. This is because when you’re a both a mom and a teacher, you wear many hats. Because of this, many teacher moms do not have emergency sub plans in place. There is always so much to do- so sometimes it can be hard to make time for something that isn’t next on your “to do” list.
Why Every Teacher Needs Emergency Sub Plans Why does every teacher need emergency sub plans? Teaching is arguably one of the most difficult jobs out there. You have the all-important task of caring for your students all day. You must teach them curriculum as well as social skills, be a good example, and also keep the day running smoothly (or as smoothly as possible) at
Do you need to replenish your stash of school supplies? Are you wanting to do so without straining your already tight budget? It may seem difficult when you are overwhelmed with needing to buy this and buy that, but no need to stress. Just relax, get ready to make a plan, and check out all of steps that you can take to learn how to
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
Did you know that teaching is like having a baby? Having a baby is no easy task and neither is teaching. While teaching can be a very challenging task, it’s also a very rewarding job. There are so many things that can go wrong in teaching, so many great plans that go right out the window, but there are also so many wonderful experiences to