Inside: These free editable sub binder forms are perfect for elementary teachers! Taking a day off as a teacher is stressful when you wait to plan until the last minute! Not only do you have to worry about plans while you are away, but you may also worry about how the day will go while you’re gone. You want the day to run as smoothly
Making sub plans for your special education classroom can be exhausting. Letting your guest teacher know about each of your students’ needs without overwhelming them or setting your students up for failure can be challenging. These tips will help you in your sub planning for special education this school year.
Planning for your maternity leave can be challenging. You’re anticipating your new arrival, but you want to make sure your kids are in good hands and your guest teacher has everything he or she needs to make the weeks or months you’re away easy. Here are some tips for maternity leave planning for elementary teachers (from teacher moms who have been there) that will help your
Creative Ways to Use Holiday & Seasonal Themes in the Elementary Classroom Awesome bulletin boards, engaging activities, and just plain fun! Part of the joy of being an elementary teacher is getting creative with themes in your classroom. It’s more than just throwing up some cute clipart and red paper, however. There are so many creative ways to use holiday and seasonal themes in the
9 Tips to Help Students Behave for a Substitute Teacher One of the main reasons you may avoid taking your sick days (even when you’re sick) is making those dreaded sub plans and dealing with the behaviors that inevitably occur after a sub is in your classroom. Even the best of classes can turn into total mayhem as soon as a substitute walks into the