Tori Smallwood

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FREE Sub Report Forms TEACHERS & SUBSTITUTES: It is passed mid-April and I know we are ALL needing a bit of a break right about now! Leaving clear notes and organized classroom information for our substitutes is an absolute must... especially this time of year. These substitute forms are perfect for adding to your Sub Binder! Click here or on the graphic above to get your FREE Sub Report Forms. Best wishes! sub forms sub notes sub organization substitute binder http://teacherkarma.com

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The Crafty Teacher: Substitute Teacher Report

The Crafty Teacher: Substitute Teacher Report. It is important to know how your class did on the event that you are not in the classroom. This sub report is appealing to the eye and easy to read.

FREEBIE!!!! This product includes 3 substitute teacher note forms. It will be a great addition to your sub binder!!

This product includes 3 substitute teacher note forms. It will be a great addition to your sub binder!

FREE! Print out this simple, yet effective form to help your substitute document their time spent in your class. This quick reference sheet will note a variety of management issues, concerns, or suggestions that the classroom teacher should be made aware of during their time away.

Print out this simple, yet effective form to help your substitute document their time spent in your class. This quick reference sheet will note a variety of management issues, concerns, or suggestions that the classroom teacher should be made aware

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This is an awesome FREE worksheet as a 'getting to know you' activity on the first day of school.

Caitlin Conway pin due Feb 24 I love this first day of school activity. It's a good way for me to get to know my students and it will help me to have some insight to my student's lives. It will also help me to plan future lessons for my students.