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I can't even imagine the number of times a sub will hear, "That's not the way out teacher does it!" upon entering my classroom in my stead. I give them props! I try to be super detailed for my subs, and have worked on how I put my materials together for them over the years. Now I currently have a multi-page clear folder that I snagged from the Dollar Tree that holds all of my sub tools. Thought I'd share them with you and please share your tips with me - anything helps b/c we all know what a job in itself is to create sub plans and prepping for a sub!