WESTERN Themed Job Chart Cards
WESTERN Themed! Helping Buckaroos!!! These job chart cards will serve as an easy, child friendly, way to teach responsibility in your classroom. These jobs will help keep your class running smoothly and every student will have the chance to rise to the occasion!! I have 46 different job cards for you to choose from. I polled all my colleagues to see what jobs they use most often and compiled the list below. The list is alphabetized for you to easily find the job cards you need. There are 4 cards on a page to be cut out and laminated. I also included 10 blank cards for you to fill in any jobs unique to your own classroom! You may want to copy or mount them on cardstock for lasting durability. These cards will fit great in a pocket chart or you can use clothespins with each student’s name on them to rotate jobs. The popular WESTERN style will keep everyone’s attention!!
Door and Lights
On Vacation - No Job
Treasure Chest Helper
Word Wall Helper
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Q: Why was the cowboy so funny?
A: He was always horsing around.
Q: Where do cowgirls cook their meals?
A: Home on the Range!
Q: How does a cowboy ride into town on Friday and three days later leaves on Friday?
A: The horse's name is Friday!