Student responsibility extends far beyond the classroom. The earlier students learn this trait, the broader their responsibility will develop. Often, students don’t see the classroom that they spend hours a day in as “theirs.” But our students need to take ownership of their classroom. Not only will it lighten your load each day, but their behaviors will improve as well.
I use this Classroom Jobs Chart Minimalist Display to manage student jobs in the classroom. At a glance, kids can see what each job’s responsibilities include and the salary for each.
I created a PDF version to maintain design, and a fully EDITABLE PowerPoint version, for you to create your own jobs, or when you want to use terms your students are already familiar with, rather than the terms I've used here such as "salary" and "commission."
The ZIP file includes job chart signs that you can use to display using laminated cardstock, clipping students’ names with clothespins, or create pockets to tuck their names in with craft sticks. It also includes display signs detailing common classroom economy terms and definitions.
If you don’t want to clutter your classroom displays, these are the perfect bulletin board materials!
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Amy Marie | The Unique Classroom | Universally Designed curriculum materials for all types of learners