Friday, July 6, 2012

Now on TPT: Classroom Helpers Pack


I can't imagine my classroom without classroom jobs for students. My students last year absolutely loved being a classroom helper. There's a picture below of how my display looked in my classroom.

I'm a lifetime member of ThistleGirl Designs clipart. I absolutely love her clipart. Each student was assigned a clipart person, which they thought was so cool, because no one was the same, or even in the same theme. I used their assigned clipart all year long. I made a clipart person/name card for each student for classroom jobs. Students who had the week off would be put in the envelope below the display. {So easy to make - seal an envelope, then cut it in half & staple to the wall.}


This Classroom Helpers Pack has 20 pages and includes:
  • Classroom Helpers sign
  • 25 job title cards
  • Classroom Helper Checklist
  • Classroom Helper Report Cards
Here's a preview of some of the pages included.










This file is priced at $2.00 in my TpT store. {click here to purchase}
I'm looking for some new classroom shopping websites. The first FIVE people to comment & tell me your favorite online teacher store will receive this lesson for free! {Be sure to leave your email in the comment so I can email the file to you!}

7 comments:

  1. I like lakeshore learning! Tiffanyolson01@comcast.net

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  2. This is so adorable! I have been looking for something like this! I honestly love teachingstuff.com! They have awesome teaching activities and products you should check it out!! (and of course Amazon)

    Kimberly
    oureverydaymemories@gmail.com

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  3. I love this!

    I like www.theschoolplace.com. I also love teachingstuff.com.

    Kelsey

    kelseyenoll@gmail.com

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  4. I can't wait to use this once I have my own classroom!!! I am just beginning my student teaching this year... Yay!!

    -Rachel

    Rmullen3@hawaii.edu

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  5. Oops, forgot my favorite stores! I've been a fan of mpmschoolsupplies.com and Teachingstuff.com! :)

    -Rachel

    Rmullen3@hawaii.edu

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  6. I would love this! I've been using curriki.com. It seems pretty new. My stand-by has always been TpT.

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