Print, write in student names, and laminate.
You can store them in mail slots, on a circle ring, or in 4x6 picture sleeves for a binder.
How to Use them:
If you have students rotating from the following centers, these check-in cards are a good way to keep them accountable. When they turn in the math work, for example, they can use a dry-erase marker to check-off the math circle. The next day, when they turn in their craft, they can use a dry-erase marker to check that circle off.