I had a teacher call me out of the blue yesterday and ask if I would be interested in subbing her kindergarten class while she goes on a 10 week maternity leave. Apparently one of the kinder teachers that I subbed for at the beginning of the year recommended me. :woot: The teacher asked that I come in on Tuesday to meet her, her co-teacher, the aides ,and possibly the students. I am so excited, but also really overwhelmed! So for those of you who have taken long-term jobs before, how did it work? Did you like it? Would you do it again? Were you in charge of planning lessons, or was that provided for you? I'm making myself a list of questions to ask the teacher when I call her tomorrow afternoon. So far, I want to know whether they use the Daily 5 program since I've seen it in several other K classrooms in the district. Are there other things I should ask? I am comforted in the fact that it's a grade that I absolutely adore in a school that I'm familiar with. I'll also have a co-teacher and aides to support me. That said, I am still completely blown away! Any advice, stories, tips, etc would be greatly appreciated!