You may have already read my post about 5 Things your Emergency Sub Plans MUST include. If so, you know what you need to include in your sub plans, you grabbed a freebie to get started, and now you have a huge stack of sub plans that need organizing! I suggest grabbing an accordion folder, or clearing out a filing cabinet to start organizing!
So, what do you do once you have all of your lesson plans? How do you organize all of the worksheets so they are easily accessible when needed? The last thing you want is just a huge stack of papers that is overwhemling for you and your sub. I wrote a guest post on What I Have Learned
with Six Simple Steps for Organizing your Emergency Sub Plans! This will be perfect for showing
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