Here's a set of 35 job cards to help you organize your student helpers/responsibility chart in your classroom.

A free printable job chart with enough jobs for all of my students! Here's a set of 35 job cards to help you organize your student helpers/responsibility chart in your classroom.

Jungle Theme Classroom Jobs This set includes 40 classroom job labels for your Jungle-Themed classroom!  Please see the preview!  I also included a ppt file with 4 pages of templates for your customization. Just insert text boxes and type in your desired text!

Jungle Theme Classroom Jobs

Classroom Jobs List of pretty much every kindergarten first grade or second grade classroom job you could ever think of... definitely save this!

Giant list of classroom jobs - I love that there are even cute names for some of the jobs! Have a classroom job for EVERY student to help build responsibility in the classroom!

This EDITABLE sub binder keeps prep for a sub simple! Always be prepared to have a substitute teacher in your classroom with these templates and forms. Perfect for Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, & 6th grade teachers.

Powers of 10 Math Face Off 5.NBT.2

Writing Workshop can be one of the most challenging times during the day for our Kindergarten students, but not with these great writing tips, writing activities, and writing FREEBIES! This “growing” writing checklist is one of our favorite Kindergarten activities for improving our Kindergarten writing block and creating independent writers... one check at a time!

Creating Independent Writers

Writing Workshop can be one of the most challenging times during the day for our Kindergarten students, but not with these great writing tips, writing activities, and writing FREEBIES! This “growing” writing checklist is one of our favorite Kindergarten activities for improving our Kindergarten writing block and creating independent writers... one check at a time!

I like this poster for center choice. The students put a clothespin with their name on it on one of the dots, when all of the dots for a center are full they need to make another choice. Saves space and is neat and tidy, Love it!

from Kindergarten Smiles: Free Choice Centers. Each child has a clothespin, when they make their choice they put the clothespin next to the center they'd like to be in, on a dot. Once all the dots are filled, the center is filled.

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