Substitutes can keep your students learning in your absence by using these engaging lessons, worksheets, and activities. In this one-day sub plan, students will fluently solve division problems, write a fictional piece, and read fictional stories closely.
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With these lessons, activities, and worksheets, students will be able to:
Practice solving division problems fluently with one-digit divisors
Use fair-sharing language while solving two-digit divisor division problems
Write an imaginary acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize
Use close reading and annotations when reading fictional texts
Write a narrative using a graphic organizer
Create a journal entry about their “Best Self”
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Take the worry out of planning for a sub in the classroom when you use this one-day sub plan! All the resources are carefully chosen to allow students to continue their learning in your absence. Throughout this day, the substitute will conduct math, reading, and writing lessons that encourage student learning. The social studies and science content is both integrated in the literacy lessons and addressed in the connected content section of the sub plan.
In general, this daily plan breaks down into this approximate time frame for the day:
Two to three hours of literacy
One hour of math
One hour of connected content (social studies and/or science)