And guess what? I found Mel D. at Seusstastic Classroom Inspiration's classroom linky party from last summer. She had an AWESOME jobs post. I dug through some more blogs that were linked up and came up with what I think is the perfect for my my classroom list. I had it printed on 11X17 card stock at Office Max.
See for yourself:
**You can download it at the end of this post.**
Here's a quick break down of each job:
I think you can figure this out
This one too
Put assignments in numerical order, check with missing kiddos
Turn off lights, projector, etc.
Check book baskets, organize
Bring lunch basket, card holder to cafeteria
Okay, you know how the kids are always telling you that we need more XYZ, or we're low on blah blah blah. And then you forget? I'm going to have a list. Kids will tell inventory control, who will take care of recording it and/or resupplying necessary items.
Turn on/off computers. Heehee. Like Best Buy.
Post on our classroom blog
Dump out recycling bin
Fill in when students are absent
I'm going to make a description sheet for each job. I'll share it when I do. I also have a table leader at each table in charge of getting supplies for the table, collecting papers, etc. That rotates weekly separately from our classroom jobs.
I have two sections, so one side will be my morning section, the other my afternoon section. I'll put numbered magnets next to each job. Everyone who does not have a job will be on vacation for the week. I'll just slide the magnets down one slot on Mondays and voila!
I'm linking up:
In bloggy news, I've added some new layouts to my blog design site, A Bird in Hand. How cute are these?