EDITABLE Substitute Survival Kit: Sub Tub

This Substitute Survival Kit will help you plan for a substitute! THIS IS AN EDITABLE PRODUCT (customer must have PowerPoint)! All forms are available in color and black/white. 

*Sub Tub: Decorative tag and directions are included.

*Substitute Binder: Directions and title pages included.

*Sub forms: Included in this packet are the notes from the sub, a note from the teacher, all about my class, all about my school, allergy information, office pass, class roster, attendance slip and class information. 

*Secret Message: This is an activity where you will leave your students a secret message. Your sub will guide the students through decoding the message. 

*Treasure Chest: This is a behavior management tool for the substitute to use. This includes 2 activities to go along with it.

This product is in a zip file and has both the PDF and PowerPoint versions of the product {the PDF is non-editable and the PowerPoint can be edited to add text to your sub forms}. Pictures/frames cannot be edited.

Included in this pack is a behavior management tool that I use ONLY when I have a sub. It's called the "Treasure Chest". This chest travels around to students' desks when they are quiet. The substitute teacher can move it around as much as they please. When the day is over, whoever's desk it lands on, that student gets to open up the chest and keep the prize inside! 

For some substitutes I leave directions on how to use the technology in my classroom. 
This is a free, editable download for you {here}. It's not included in my Kit, but it's free for you to download!

You've gotta leave a little love for the substitute! I like to leave a pack of gum or mints and say that it "Mint" so much to have you sub my class! 

All of this is included in my Substitute Survival Kit!


Rachael Hyaduck said...

This is such a great idea! I am currently working towards becoming a teacher and this is something that I will definitely have to utilize for my future classrooms! I feel that substitutes are left with handouts and worksheets that they give to the students to work on independently and then they have little interaction with the students. But the activities included in this sub tub really gets the substitute to be very interactive with the students. Wonderful idea!

Justin Long said...

This is a great idea! I feel to many times when teachers have subs they almost see it as a day off for everyone. Maybe not so much at the elementary level, although easier tasks may be assigned to ensure a smooth day, but more so at the high school level. Even when I was in high school when we had a sub for one of the hours in the day we always watch a film or read something out of the book. Nothing as interactive as this sub tub! Love the idea!

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