Even though thousands of teachers have used and trusted these sub planning resources for the past five years, maybe you’re wondering if they are right for you.
The answer is- if you teach a Pre-K- 6th-grade classroom and want to be prepared for any situation, then these sub planning resources are for you! These sub plans make planning a breeze so you don’t have to stress when the inevitable sick day comes.
After having my first child in 2014, I decided to substitute teach and stay home with him instead of teaching full time. While I was subbing, I discovered how stressful it is to not have adequate plans as a sub, and just how common of a problem this was.
But I couldn’t blame the teachers, because I’d been on their side, too. As the saying goes, it can be harder to call in sick and write sub plans than to just tough it out.
So I decided to create a solution. Over the past 5 years, I have developed a robust product line of sub planning resources that includes Ready To Go Sub Plans, sub binders, and more than thousands of teachers have used to save time in their classrooms!
So let me ask you something…
- What if you had a complete system to take care of your sub planning with ease?
- Do you want the freedom of having sub plans ready at a moment’s notice?
- Do you want to be able to rest when you’re sick, take care of a sick child, or take a mental health day without any added stress?
- Do you want to be prepared for ANY situation (whether it be an unexpected sick day- or needing to send home already prepped worksheets for distance learning?)
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’ll want to join the thousands of teachers who have purchased our Ready To Go Sub Plans and other sub planning resources to free themselves from the burden of sub planning.
Reason #1: You shouldn’t have to go to work sick.
There should l be no excuse for “toughing it out” on a sick day. You have earned your sick days, you should use them.
Our sub planning resources will definitely be useful for those unexpected sub days. No one wants to write last-minute sub plans, especially when you or a child is sick, you’ve got enough on your plate at that time. By getting any of our sub planning resources any or all of the planning can be done for you, so you will be ready whenever the unexpected happens.
Reason #2: You’ll be more prepared for a sub day OR a last-minute transition to distance learning.
In March of 2020, I had several teachers who reached out to me saying they were SO GLAD they had these sub planning resources- because they already had the sub-plan activities printed out and ready for their students to send home as printed packets. You can have these prepared as sub plans, but if needed, they can also be sent home for distance learning.
Distance learning does not have to be synonymous with digital. In fact, think about how many siblings and parents are all trying to connect to the same internet on shared devices. Sometimes pen and paper is still a great solution. You can give parents the options between picking up the packets, downloading and printing at home, or even using Kami to complete any PDF assignments digitally (see our blog post here for a tutorial)
Reason #3: If things change, and you find they don’t fit your needs, your purchase is backed by our Happiness Guarantee.
We also have a happiness guarantee, so if you find these useful for you once the school year begins, just email us and we’ll be happy to offer you store credit instead so you can choose a more suitable resource (these credits don’t expire- and we have lots of great new resources coming including resources with both digital and print options!)
For the reasons mentioned above, it’s totally worth grabbing these sub planning resources!.