Simple and engaging sub plans are one of the most difficult and time consuming things to do. You don’t always know who will be subbing, you want to make sure students are engaged in meaningful work, and they continue to follow school and library expectations. Creating plans like these takes up valuable planning time that could be used to process books and create engaging lessons. It’s also difficult to know what your students will positively respond to with a different adult in the space.
These no prep plans were created to:
- Provide students with developmentally appropriate library media content.
- Provide students with a similar routine when with a substitute teacher.
- Have sub plans that are ready to go and require no prep.
- Have sub plans that are easy for a substitute teacher to follow and execute.
💜 After downloading these no prep sub plans, be prepared to hear subs exclaim how fun and easy it is for them to be in the library.
👉🏼 Receive up to 20% discount on each of the included resources when purchasing them in this BUNDLE.
👉🏼 Google Slides files are included. You will be provided with a copy for your own Google Drive.
👉🏼 Seesaw activities are included. You will need to click the embedded links to get your copies.
After downloading the resource, you will receive:
- print and go sub plans for grades PreK – 5.
- editable lesson plan pages so you can make your own sub plans.
- editable welcome pages that allow you to give your substitute teacher important information about your schedule, expectations, signals for attention, duties that need to be covered, and computer login information.
- Tips for editing, using, and sharing the included plans.
- Graphic Organizers and recording sheets needed for sub plans.
- Coloring pages and bookmarks
- Digital activities that you can post in Seesaw, Clever, or Google Classroom.
The included sub plans meet the following standards:
- Reading widely and deeply in multiple formats and write and create for a variety of purposes.
- Iteratively responding to challenges
- Understanding the ethical use of information, technology, and media.
- Ethically using and reproducing others’ work.
- Collect information representing diverse perspectives.
- Students curate information from digital resources using a variety of tools and methods to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.
- Integrate and evaluate content presented in diverse media and formats, including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.
- Read and comprehend complex literary and informational texts independently and proficiently.