Sub Plans...and a Giveaway!


So it's that time of year, good ol' cold and flu season. Bleh!
I just wanted to introduce my Emergency Sub Plans to you (not that I want you to ever be sick!)
and share a great giveaway for y-o-u!

These plans are print and go. 
Simply print them out and leave them for a sub, give them to a coworker to slide through the copier for you, place in a binder to have whenever you need, or download and email them to your sub!
 
YES! It's just that easy!

There are even editable info sheets!

Somewhere along the way of creating them, I was asked to make first grade AND second grade ones.
Here's a sneak peek inside my first grade plans...


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sub-Plans-2235132





and second grade ones.


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sub-Plans-2232265



In addition, I made non-holiday ones for this month, too!
They have basically the same lessons inside, the graphics have been changed. 
Just click on the covers of any of the products to take you to the product.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sub-Plans-2235913

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Sub-Plans-2246182

You can also grab these as part of a growing bundle.

Now for the giveaway part!
If you noticed, each product has a donation that will be given from the proceeds to two of my favorite organizations. I know you have heard of the Make-A-Wish Foundation granting wishes for children with life-threatening illnesses.

The Josh Stevens Foundation is an organization near and dear to my heart.
I never had the privilege of knowing Josh, but I know he was an amazingly kind and wonderful young man. Josh left this earth far too soon, but left behind a legacy of kindness...a challenge to children everywhere based on two simple words...

BE KIND! 

You can read more about this amazing young man and the foundation built in his memory by clicking here.

Every day at morning opening, our school honors students who were caught being kind. 
Every teacher and student are invited to wear their Be Kind shirts as a reminder of what we strive to be...
in fact, it happens all across our school district...and we have a HUGE district....and best of all, the BE KIND movement and Joshi's legacy are spreading across the nation and the world.
It's definitely time to put some more kindness back in the world. Wouldn't you agree?

Here's your chance!
Enter below to win your choice of a Be Kind t-shirt and be the beginning of a Kindness Revolution at your school!
 You can check out the shirt choices here.

7 comments

  1. I very recently returned to work from a 3 month maternity leave and it's been very difficult to come back. In addition to many of my coworkers checking on me and welcoming me back, the principal welcomed me back during our whole school morning assembly and everyone was clapping to welcome me back! It was so small but very heartwarming to know I was missed!

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  2. This past summer, the father of one of my son's friends passed away in a violent crime. This has been so difficult for his mom and him. I took some money by for the mom to use during the holidays on anything she needed. It breaks my heart that someone close to us had to experience this sadness.

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  3. My friends from school brought me dinner after recovering from a surgery.
    xo,
    Vicky

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  4. Your sub plans are darling. I'll admit, I've dragged myself in far too many times when I'm sick because I don't have emergency sub plans prepared. These are great. I love that a portion of the money earned will go to the make a wish foundation too.

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  5. I feel like teaching kindness is one of the most important things that we teach and/or acknowledge everyday. For some kids it is so important.

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  6. These sub plans will be so helpful! Especially when I can't drag myself to school because I'm that sick. I planned for my teammate to help ease her into this new grade level for her.

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