Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor

Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
Simple Classroom Jobs Classroom Decor
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Product Description
This packet is designed to provide you with 32 jobs that students can complete to demonstrate responsibility and care in the classroom environment. Each job is signified by a given title and matching clip art.

What Jobs are Included?
The jobs that are included in this packet are:
- Board Cleaner
- Caboose Leader
- Chair Stacker
- Class Librarian
- Computer Helper
- Door Holder
- Light Helper
- Line Leader
- Lunch Monitor
- Paper Passer
- Recycling Helper
- Snack Helper
- Classroom Sweeper
- Table Washer
- Teacher Helper
- Trash Helper
- Technology Assistant
- Attendance Helper
- Backpack Helper
- Calendar Helper
- Class Monitor
- Desk Inspector
- Homework Checker
- Messenger Giver
- Pencil Monitor
- Pet Helper
- Plant Helper
- Recess Helper
- Substitute Teacher
- Supply Monitor
- Vacation Monitor
- Weather Monitor

The Sets of Jobs:
There are two sets of the classroom job cards with different fonts identifying the area in the classroom the student would be helping out with.
Set 1: AGCashMeOusside and AGOnFleek
Set 2: AGHelicopterParents and AGOnFleek

Each set is presented in color and in black and white. If you are printing the cards out in black and white, you might choose to print them out on Astrobrights cardstock to add a pop of color to your room. You can also have students color in the clip art for their first job and change out the cards each year.

There are number circles that can be used to represent each student. Students would be given their number at the beginning of the year. Their student number would be matched with the job of the week.

Changing Jobs – How Often?
The number of times you change the job cards is up to you. You can change the jobs for students each week so that students would be able to make a full rotation through all of the jobs once or twice during the school year. You can also change the jobs bi-weekly. I would recommend changing them either weekly or bi-weekly to keep student interest in the jobs and to provide a variety of opportunities for students to gain new skills.
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