**Updated July 2014** This set now includes a PowerPoint file with all images in place! All you need to do is put a text box over top of the images you want to use and you have your own set of cards! If you bought this set before, you get to download the new file for FREE! Thanks for buying!
Keeping a daily schedule is a great way to let your students know what is happening throughout the day; however, writing everything out on a daily basis can be time consuming! Hopefully, this resource allows you to let your students know their schedule and saves you time in the process!
To use: In my classroom, I printed these out on card stock and laminated them. Then, I put magnets on the back of each item so they can be easily moved around. I put them on my chalkboard so my students can see our schedule at all times.
There are plenty of cards you can type in to create your own schedule. There are also some completed cards you can use, if you so desire!
This set includes:
- 30 completed subject cards
- Digital or Analog clocks (blank & editable)
- Days of the week
- Months of the year
- Numbers to create the date
- Complete set of blank cards for you to edit using the same font!
- **NEW** A PowerPoint file with all cards so you can edit them to fit your needs!
This set includes 25 high-quality images (.png) that you can use in your own program (i.e. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, etc.)! Just insert them into your document and put a text box over top. (Due to the nature of this product, you may NOT use these images in a product you sell or give away! Thank you for respecting my work!) In addition, one set of the cards now has two different size fonts, to give you more flexibility.
Please check out the preview file so you can see what it looks like!
**FYI** When you purchase this item, there are blue boxes in Adobe Reader which show you where you can type in the information you want. Those blue boxes WILL NOT PRINT, it is just a visual representation of where you can type on the screen.
I hope you can use this in your classroom!
**PLEASE NOTE** This file is a “.zip” file, meaning that multiple files are included within that folder. You have to “unzip” the folder to decompress those files.