I made this job chart to add to my bulletin board (see pic in preview from before school started). I use library pockets as the staple of my job bulletin board. I have a variety of job circles that I then tape onto the pockets. I staple the pockets onto the bulletin board, along with the job header/title. Then I take pictures of my students, hot glue them onto popsicle sticks, and then place them into the different pockets. It is a very simple way to have a job chart. Each week, I just rotate the popsicle sticks. It's effortless. I have included all the jobs I have in my classroom, plus a page of blank ones as well. I do not have editing on my pdf, but there are ways around it where you can snapshot or copy items on pdfs into word or publisher. So if you want to add your own jobs onto the blank ones...hopefully you know how to transfer. OR you could write the jobs onto the blacked out circles with a silver sharpie. :) Just throwing ideas to help!!
The jobs I have included:
- Line Leader
- Door Holders
- Germ Patrol (my hand sanitizer friend who squirts everyone's hands before lunch)
- Light Swithcer (caboose)
- Paper Passers
- Class Librarian
- Computer Helper
- Paper Filer (helps to file graded papers to make my life easier when it is time to send them home)
- Lunch Counter (tallies up our lunch choices for the day to send to the café)
- Table Wipers (wipes our desks down at the end of the day)
- Floor Sweepers (uses the handheld sweeper and dustpan, and also vacuums the carpets on Fridays - hehe).
- Lunchbox passer (I have a big tub where I have my students put their lunches in the morning - so this friend helps to pass them out)
- Recess Buddy (Helps to carry my emergency bag out for me - bc usually my hands are full of other stuff)
- Substitute (for anything else I may need help with OR to take over when a friend is not there to do their job)
Be sure to check out my other NEON goodies!!
Check them out in my blog: Class Jobs
I would love to give a ton of credit to:
Krista Wallden’s Absolutely Amazing Clipart and Borders!
Gabby's Classrooms for the background paper
First Grade Brain Fonts