Based on another post, I was curious what substitutes consider to be "good" emergency plans. I always leave a little questionaire asking about my plans and procedures. No one has said that it needs to be any different. However, I often question whether they are being honest about it (maybe thinking I'll disagree and not want them back?). Here is how my emergency plans look typically. I would *love* some feedback. Morning: Journal entry for morning work, and time left for substitute to discuss/explain expectations Spelling: Write spelling words and an activity sheet that reviews a skill. [20 minutes] Grammar: Review activity sheet [10 minutes] Writing: A prompt that needs to be written from start to finish, or as much as the child can get done. [40 minutes] Reading: Story from basal, questions to answer, and silent reading with journal entry. [1.5 hours] Math: Review sheets and a game (if well behaved). [1.5 hours] Social Studies/Science: Pages from text and answer questions. [40 minutes] Any suggestions are welcomed!