Do your students travel to a "specials" class each day like mine do? Well here's a tool I created this year that has made my life so much simpler: my Wheel of Specials!
I use it to inform my students which class they have today. It's easy to use by simply spinning the middle piece around to show the class name. Classes named on the wheel are:
Oh no! Do your students go to different SPECIALS classes?
With this download, you have the option of using the page I use, with the five class names included OR edit a page with four spots! So you can either use my five-labeled page (pictured) or create your own four!
Included are each of the pages you'll need to create the wheel as well as photo directions!
The only materials you need to finish this up are scissors, copper brad fasteners, a hole punch, and paper (laminate for durability). I hang my wheel near the whiteboard and today's agenda.
Perhaps organization is your thing? There's no shame it that game! Go take a look at my HUGE collection of classroom labels:
literacy station, storage, supply, days of the week. The download contains over 50 ready-to-print labels PLUS several pages of blank labels in an editable PDF, so you can create your own depending on your classroom needs.
My Primary Pushes and Pulls Unit
is full of literacy-rich strategies and a Literature Resource list to help you enrich your Forces and Motions curriculum. Go take a look.
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