This Resource Includes:
“January ELA Sub Plans” Binder or Folder Cover
-This adorable cover can be at the front of your folder or binder! Back cover also included.
“January ELA Sub Plans” Binder Spines
-These spines will work if you put your plans in a 1″, 1.5″ or 2″ binder!
-A list of everything that is included!
-This note to YOU explains what you need to do to get the sub plans ready. Basically, you just need to print, copy, etc!
Mitten Themed Thank You Notes to your Substitute(s)
-These print-and-go thank you notes are mitten themed! They are a half page so you can save on paper and ink.
Snowflake Themed “How Did Your Day Go?” Substitute Notes Form
-This notes form gives your sub a space to write students who did well, those who struggled, what they didn’t get to, and any additional notes. Perfect to be sure you know just how the day went. It also boasts a fun snowflake theme!
Winter Substitute Punch Cards
-These punch cards make a great behavior incentive for JUST when there is a sub- a.k.a. when students may need a little more help! 😉 These will do the trick!
-Clear layout of what you, a staff member, or the sub will need to copy for the students for the entire day
-This is where you let the sub know which lessons to use for the day. You can check a box to let them know to use ALL the lessons for a full day of plans, OR you can check individual lessons you would like used during your ELA block.
ELA Lesson #1: January Fill-In-The-Blanks
-These basic fill-in-the-blanks allow students to fill in the blanks of stories using nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc! Students will get a kick out of these while practicing their parts of speech.
-Includes lesson plan & 4 worksheets
ELA Lessons #2: January Fixing Sentences
-Students will fix sentences at an upper grade level with these fun and engaging worksheets.
Writing Lesson: My New Year’s Resolution
-Students will write about their goal for the new year and their plan to achieve their goal.
-Includes lesson plan, brainstorming page, and writing page
Informational Writing Lesson: How To Build a Snowman
-Students will write a tutorial about how to build a snowman!
-Includes lesson plan, brainstorming page, and writing page.
-2 reading prompts are included at 2 different levels. Choose one to use or use both and differentiate! One of the prompts is an informational piece about Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the other is about a snowball fight.
-A lesson plan is included to introduce the topics for each reading prompt as well!
Reading Lesson to use with ANY Book!
-This reading lesson can be used for a class read aloud OR silent reading of any narrative story. It is focused on the main idea of the lesson. This lesson can be used over and over.
-Lesson plan and 2 graphic organizers included
“The Frosty Snowman” ELA Review Game
–Students will practice parts of speech and figurative language with a FUN and engaging board game! A game board, dice (to fold and glue), game pieces, and game cards are all included. Your kids will want to play it over and over!
-The mitten art activity is a lot of fun! Students will decorate the mitten on the outside, and trace their hands and write about winter on the inside! The lesson plan is also included.
Answer Keys & Worksheet Guides
-Answer Keys and Worksheet Guides are included for ALL student worksheets.
WHAT HAVE PEOPLE SAID ABOUT MY SUB PLANS PREVIOUSLY?
“These sub plans have been the BEST discovery I have made on TPT! Thank you for making these wonderful and all inclusive plans that are so easy to use, especially when you are sick and the last thing you want to do is write sub plans!”
“I have purchased several sets of emergency sub plans, and they just never fit my needs. These, however, are just what I’ve been looking for! Easy prep, easy for the sub to follow! I recommend this to anyone needing emergency plans.”
“These are fantastic! I purchased, copied, and stored in a sub tub. I told a neighbor where the tub was and all she did was put my tub on my desk and the day ran SO SMOOTHLY!”