Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Sub-Kit

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This might take a while to complete (I rarely take a sick day), but I found my newest and best (I think) ever sub plan. Are you like me?  I rarely plan for those days when I have to be out and end up dashing around madly pulling things together last minute and being hectic when least want to.  

This image inspired me to put a sub kit together that includes a lesson plan, markers and pre-cut papers. Now I'm always prepared with a grab and go lesson.  The entire project stays in the box until 500 (or thereabouts) papers are collected and a final design is made.  

The hands look fabulous, but I think we'll change it up a bit.  Peace Sign? Dove? Butterfly? What would you do?
  

5 comments:

  1. Very cool! How about a word? (PEACE, or ART, or SCHOOL NAME) I think this is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. OOOHHHHH!!! I love this idea!!! :)

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  3. I just got done setting up a sub binder for each of the 2 schools I work in. Best idea ever. I used sheet protectors for directions and a sample for certain suggested grades. No more will I think twice of taking a day off because of sub plans! I love the idea you spoke of with leaving the paper and having kids do them until you have a certain number.... Awesome. Thanks!

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  4. I just got done setting up a sub binder for each of the 2 schools I work in. Best idea ever. I used sheet protectors for directions and a sample for certain suggested grades. No more will I think twice of taking a day off because of sub plans! I love the idea you spoke of with leaving the paper and having kids do them until you have a certain number.... Awesome. Thanks!

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  5. I just got done setting up a sub binder for each of the 2 schools I work in. Best idea ever. I used sheet protectors for directions and a sample for certain suggested grades. No more will I think twice of taking a day off because of sub plans! I love the idea you spoke of with leaving the paper and having kids do them until you have a certain number.... Awesome. Thanks!

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