Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Job Chart!

So I've been easing myself back into school mode by getting things done here and there. I created my new job chart for the year. On the first day I'll take my students photos, laminate, and add velcro.


Jobs include (from left to right): gardener, attendance & greeter, mailbox organizer, caboose & electrician, water bottle helper, deliverer (basically messenger but there wasn't messenger-like clipart!), teacher's assistant, line leader, janitor, pencil sharpener, prayer helper, and paper passer.

I did this last year too and the kids LOVED it!



This year's clipart is from Lettering Delights. I just cut the heads off.. HA!

15 comments:

Jill said...

That is SUPER cute! Wow!

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Kinderpond said...

I love this idea!!!!


Jennifer

S. Parker said...

Super cute!

Jennifer said...

That is such a cute and clever idea! I am planning on putting my kids' photos on little popsicle sticks to slide into library pocket charts, but maybe I will "borrow" this idea from you. Thanks for sharing!!

Ashley said...

This is the CUTEST job chart I have ever seen! I may have to "borrow" this idea for my own room.

ES said...

That is super cute. Great idea and great job matching the uniforms with the jobs!

K. Mo said...

LOVE IT! I have been wanting to re-do my job chart for a while now but was lacking inspiration. I can't wait to try it out!
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Sarah Cooley said...

AHHH! This is AWESOME!!!

Mrs. D said...

What a CUTE idea! LOVE it! :)

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tash0405 said...

So cool!! I bet the kids just love this!

Tasha
http://serenadetosecondgrade.blogspot.com

Busy Bees said...

Too cute!! I love it!! I am sure that kids love this!!
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Mrs. Magee said...

This is too cute! I don't do classroom jobs but this makes me want to!
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Angela said...

This is wonderful! Thanks for such a cute idea! :)

Alisha Stevens said...

This is absolutely adorable! I know the kids get a kick out of seeing their faces!
Alisha
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thepolkadotowl said...

I absolutely love this!!! How did you cut out the little tiny stick hands and fingers so perfectly??? :)

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