Classroom Job Organization
Hey teaching friends! Today I have a fun and EASY way to set up a classroom jobs chart in your classroom using a few basic supplies that you can easily change out from year to year!
First up: Grab some scrapbook paper, cardstock, washi tape, and magnetic tape – all in the colors of your choice.
I also like to use scrapbook hole punches to create shapes I can easily layer.
Grab your large hole punch and punch out a colored sheet of scrapbook paper. Then use the smaller punch on your cardstock. Use a piece if washi tape to attach them together. Optional: laminate them for more durability.
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Write the names of your jobs on the job labels you just created.
After that: Use washi tape to cover your magnets and write student names on those. Washi tape makes it easy and affordable to change them from year to year.
Last: Make a “chart” with your washi tape on your magnetic surface.
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Place all the student names at top. I like to have half the amount of jobs as I have students so that way students can have a responsibility one week and not one the next.
It is easy to move them in and out of the jobs weekly by moving the name magnets.
Of course, use yours as you like the best!
Easy peasy and economical. My faves of all time!
What are some of your favorite classroom jobs to assign? We would love to hear them in the comments below.