On the hunt for a quick and easy way for your students to check-in every morning? Want to make your morning routine more effective and efficient? Even non-readers and ESL students can sign-in quickly and independently from nearly the first day with the Who's Here Today? Check-in and Attendance Plan. Following the progressive seven-phase sequence suggested, students naturally and easily move from name recognition to being able to independently write their own name! This plan has been kid-tested and teacher approved!
Perfect for Pre-K and ESL classrooms, the Who's Here Today? Check-In and Attendance Plan can easily be modified to work in Kindergarten and older classrooms-- just use any one of the seven individual Phases all by itself. Each makes a great daily Check-in Plan all on its own!
Just looking for some cute owl clip art? Then use the included adorable owl pictures for bulletin boards, desk tags, name plates, and calendar cards. Use them to make a memory game or to help kids develop visual discrimination skills by finding similarities and differences between the owls. Have students sort the Symbol Cards into categories. The possibilities are endless!
Both horizontal and vertical cards are included for your convenience...along with detailed instructions for making each Phase easy to understand and teach. Enough cards have been included for each Phase so that as many as 30 students can check-in at one time.
Fifty pages of full-color, original artwork.
Who's Here Today?
by Rebekah Brock
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License