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Tropical Llamas EDITABLE Classroom Job Chart

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PreK - 5th, Homeschool, Staff
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  1. This BUNDLE includes all of my Tropical Llama themed classroom decor materials! You will get....An EDITABLE Classroom Job Chart SetYou get double the llama fun with this classroom job chart! Everyone needs a job...right!!!???Making sure everyone has a job is important to your classroom community! C
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You get double the llama fun with this classroom job chart!

Everyone needs a job...right!!!???

Making sure everyone has a job is important to your classroom community!

Classroom jobs help students learn responsibilities, promote positive behavior and make everyone feel important.

Organizing a classroom job schedule is an important part of making the entire class feel like they are contributing the the classroom community!

You will get a PDF that is "print and go" ....meaning you just print, laminate and write the children's names on the name cards and you're done!

You will also get an EDITABLE POWERPOINT file! All of the text is editable!

I have inserted text boxes and already typed in the job titles.

You can edit these to say something different if you wish....or if you teach in a dual language or another language, type and change it to fit your needs!

All of the text is editable!

I have included a list of suggestions and descriptions for a few of the new jobs in this set. I have incorporated a job called "class buddy". Here is a brief description of what it's about!

Class Buddy.... I love this new job we came up with this year called the Class Buddy!!! There is a girl and boy “class buddy” job card! The Class Buddy is responsible for making sure everyone has someone to play with at recess and someone to sit by at lunch! I love the idea of practicing compassion with this job assignment, and the children take it so seriously!! I hope you enjoy this new addition to your job rotation!

There's also a job title called "on vacation" or "on holiday"!

When my students are on holiday or vacation, they don’t have a designated job to do. But, if someone is sick or needs another person to help them, they can ask this person to help out! If you have a couch or a lounge area in your room, I sometimes let the "on holiday" person kick back and relax with a book sometime during the day! They love this job!

And...The Greeter!!! Yes, it's just like that W store...this child greets our guests when we have another class who visits our classroom or if we have a special visitor scheduled!

The job list includes:


Calendar Helper

Door Helper

Library Helper

Hand Sanitizer

Light Monitor

Line Leader

Lunch Helper


Pencil Helper

Homework Helper

*Class Buddy (girl)

*Class Buddy (boy)

Time Keeper


Pet Helper

Plant Helper

Snack Helper

Teacher's Helper

On Vacation (boy)

On Vacation (girl)

Recycling Helper

Dismissal Helper


Weather Helper

Trash Helper

There are matching cards for children's names for organizing the classroom helper display!

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