Setting up a class jobs routine can be a great opportunity to teach specific vocational and daily living skills as well as language skills (e.g., naming items, actions, requesting assistance, requesting items, etc.). There are great applications for future vocational opportunities as well as following chore charts in the home as well!
This resource includes two types of job charts & visuals for 60 Jobs:
1. Single job's chart (each student has 1 job in the morning and 1 in the afternoon)
2. Job Checklist Chart (each student has a checklist with multiple jobs to complete)
NOTE: If you purchased the former resource "Bulletin Boards for an Autism, Elementary Education or Special Education Class" do NOT purchase. Email me at email@example.com.