3 edition of Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder found in the catalog.
October 1, 2005 by Instructional Fair .
Written in English
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We like the idea of including photos on the seating chart. Then have each student answer the questions on a piece of paper. Be sure to check out our print and go pages on The Kinder Corner if you are looking for kindergarten through second grade additions for your planning. Ideas for themes are space, sports, bugs, etc. What to Include in Your Substitute Folder The contents of a substitute folder vary by teacher but the most useful ones include the following general items.
Get the class started and the lesson rolling, then relax a little. Make a bookmark and include the name of the book, the author, the main character and a picture of an important event that happened in the story. I learned this from my cooperating teacher when I student taught. Click on either image to access.
Especially if there is one student who always claps along with your beat as soon as you start. Still it works great! As always, these are meant to be free and may not be sold. The teacher should then name a state. Discuss a book that was similar to the one that you just heard. You should be writing the individual steps as they occur on the board.
Victoria transport interchange.
introduction to the fine structure of cells and tissues
Laser Therapy - A Clinical Manual
Hawaii Education in Perspective 2002-2003 (Hawaii Education in Perspective)
Catalogue of the Gloucestershire collection
Take a tip from Safety Sadie
Robert Henryson poems
The pleasures of death
Problems of geomorphological mapping
Dental resources criteria and program requirements for the Indian Health Service.
The Science Fiction Hall of Fame (Volume IV)
Bonus: it covers just about every Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder book area. If needed, refer them to the principal. Be sure to let your secretary and close teacher colleagues know where you stash it.
If something is not going as planned or your whiteboard markers run out of ink, you may need to wing it. Flexibility and Adaptability Flexibility and adaptability are probably the two most important characteristics that substitute teachers must possess.
Someone has probably chosen 3, 5, and 9. You will always have students who are class clowns, others who are quiet, and those that simply want to help. Hopefully, this will give you a much better understanding of you students and will make the day run smoothly!
Sometimes you don't even need to start this till the afternoon. They love it and I never have behavior problems during this time. After a predetermined time, have the groups turn in their paper.
What do you like to do in your free time? Repeat several times! Prepare a "theme for the day" folder and place related activities in the folder.
You can also make mazes here too. Ideas for themes are space, sports, bugs, etc. If this is not the case for you, Scholastic has a free online tool that you can use to create not only a seating chartbut a map of the classroom as well.
Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder book Chart Activity — Students can work in partners or small groups to change up the speed of things. Instead, this folder contains information about documenting routines that allow for a smooth transition while I am absent.
Here are three free sets of binder materials. At the upper levels I bring word puzzles and magazines. Behavioral Management Strategies and Plans Provide any classroom or individual behavior plans that a substitute would need to be successful. A seating chart eliminates this possibility. Check some out here!
Substitute feedback form — This is extremely beneficial. How to Organize Your Substitute Folder Use a binder with dividers and clearly-labeled sections for every day of the week. This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
Janelle Cox Updated August 30, There are going to be times when you will be absent from school due to unforeseen circumstances. Also, it worked best when I would praise the students on how nicely they clapped along.
They love to try and shoot the balls when they get an answer correct! Look at how quickly Matt got out his math journal and is on the page This full-color folder includes ample space for filling in all the Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder book a substitute teacher needs!
Features a handy storage pocket, charts, checklists, helpful notes, and more. Editable Substitute Teacher Binder. Looking for FREE sub plans? We have them here. Just click on each Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder book to go to a free set of free sub plans for each grade level.
You will find activities for each subject area along with some book recommendations that fit each set. Kindergarten Sub Plans. 1st Grade Sub Plans. 2nd Grade Sub Plans. Elementary Substitute Teacher Folder By Frank Schaffer Publications/Carson Dellosa Publications $ $ The Teachers Big Record Book By Frank Schaffer Publications/Carson Dellosa Publications $ North Star Teacher Resource Emotions Language Cards (NST) (Set of ).Top 10 Books pdf My Substitute Teaching Bag by Kristen Papa When I return to the elementary classroom this fall, I want to share my passion for books and reading.
I want to be known as the substitute teacher who loves books.This full-color folder includes ample space for filling in all the information a substitute teacher needs!
Features a handy storage pocket, charts, checklists, helpful notes, and more.Substitute Folder Example - Free download as PDF File ebook, Text File .txt) or read online for free.
Here is a preview of the 21 page sub tub printables that will be a life saver when you cannot be at school to you and your substitute.