This year I've decided to go with a color scheme of green, brown, and light pink in my classroom. Since I wasn't happy with my job chart from last year (where I used library pockets for my jobs and popsicle sticks with students' names on them), I decided that using chevron backgrounds in my new colors would be a good solution. And, I've seen tons of cute clip charts on ribbon floating around blogs and on Pinterest that I used for inspiration. This one, for example, is a behavior clip chart.
So, I've created a large set of job cards in 9 different colors with chevron pattern backgrounds. I used the green cards to create my own classroom clip chart (I'll add pics later of final product after I get into my classroom again today).
If you want to make the clip-chart, you'll need the job cards you choose to use in your classroom, a corresponding header, ribbon, and clothespins. All you have to do is print out the cards you want to use. Feel free to mix and match colors for a really fun look! Glue or tape them to a ribbon to create a clip chart. Write your students' names on the clothespins and move them around to change job assignments. So simple!
|Clip chart header|
|Job card in green chevron|
|Don't see a job listed below that you need? |
You can create your own on a blank card!
Here's a list of all the jobs I included:
- teacher's assistant
- supply manager
- line leader
- line ender
- door holder
- snack helper
- pencil sharpener
- substitute helper
- morning meeting leader
I am so excited to have this version of a job chart in my classroom this year. It will be so much easier to use!