Thank you for this terrific classroom tool! I have had "class leaders" before and left the rest to volunteers. This product is wonderful. Everyone in everyclass, homeroom, each regular class --has a job. I've only just started it but the students from 6-8 are all excited and I am expecting a more clockwork kind of functionality. Their pay besides being good citizens of the school is a positive call home and a homework pass (5 pts). Well done! Thank you again.
Clever! This takes a large load off the teacher. If you want some funny poems to supplement Language Arts, check out my Giggle Grammar, Giggle Reading Comprehension, and Giggle Grammar Study Guide. They are free. I'll pass this on to my friends.
July 23, 2010
I don't have a class that I would use this in (I teach middle school and have 6 classes per day) but I think this is such a cool and unique way to have kids be involved in thier environment. I am going to recommend this to my daughter's 3rd grade teacher...how cool are you!!
March 11, 2010
Awesome activities for students to be involved and show responsibility!
September 22, 2009
September 12, 2009
Thanks for the help in completing my list of classroom jobs. Gotta keep them busy and on task!
This is so cute! I love it!! I will be adding some of those jobs to my current set of classroom helpers! Thanks!
Just wondering, i noticed some said something about being paid... do the students get 'paid' to do their job? What do you use as payment? This sounds super fun! :)
Thanks so much!
August 9, 2010
When using this system, do your students keep the same job all year? Do you ever get complaints about that from the students?
Thanks! This is really great!
June 15, 2010
Erin, Thanks for the great download! I love it and can't wait to try it out next year. Jobs are something I struggle with. When you say you had them apply, how did you do that? And did these jobs last all year or did you switch at some point?