Keep track of classroom jobs this year with this cheerful Polka Dot Brights Classroom Jobs Clip Chart package. This set is designed to be a classroom job clip chart. To keep track of classroom jobs, simply hang up the chart in your classroom and use clothespins to assign jobs to various students. Simply switch the clothespins around from week to week. There are editable options provided within this PDF package for you to "name" your own classroom jobs

Classroom Jobs Clip Chart in Polka Dots {EDITABLE}

Keep track of classroom jobs this year with this cheerful Polka Dot Brights Classroom Jobs Clip Chart package. This set is designed to be a classroom job clip chart. To keep track of classroom jobs, simply hang up the chart in your classroom and use cloth

Back to School: Classroom Decorations Work in Progress

Back to School: Classroom Decorations Work in Progress

"Some people can work in organized chaos, but I am not one of them," says…

"Some people can work in organized chaos, but I am not one of them," says teacher Maribel Sheehan. Here's how her teacher toolbox transformed her classroom.

20 Classroom Management Strategies You Can Start Right Away - Click to get this FREE "I'm Lost!" label to label a bucket where lost classroom pieces can go instead of in your pocket or on your desk!

20 Classroom Management Strategies You Can Start Right Away! One strategy is print a label to label a bucket where lost classroom pieces can go instead of in your pocket or on your desk! Excellent ideas on keeping management in the classroom!

laminated pieces of paper with pegs hot glue gunned to the top - for displaying work

displaying student's work - laminated pieces of construction paper and clothes pins with thumb tacks hot glued to back.I would probably draw my own frames on the construction paper and then spray paint the clothespins fun colors.

Rainbow Child Care: Leo, Indiana, Preschool Classroom Rules

I like this as a way to remind children of rules because it's their pictures so it's relevant to them and also, so we don't have to verbally go over and over it. a subtle reminder.

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