I'm once again putting together my emergency sub plans for the year, and now that I have a son who can be responsible for making me take an emergency sick day, I need more emergency plans! I pulled out some old students' work to create some storyboard based plans: students read a story, answer questions about it, write their own new version of the story, and finally illustrate the storyboard (way more than they can get done in a single class period, which is just the way I like it when it comes to sub plans!!) Download three storyboard-based sub plans here. To view all of the sub plan ideas that I've posted on the blog, click here. Most of them will fit into an emergency plan quite nicely!
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