Monday, December 27, 2010

Management Monday!

A part of having great classroom management is making sure you have a consistent schedule. I feel like if your students know what they will do next, it will make it easier for transitions.  Here is my classroom schedule that my students live by.  I just remade it to fit on my board better. I printed on card stock, laminated, cut out, and put adhesive magnet strips on them. I then put up them on my board and change them each day!  There are about 30 different cards to pick from.  Enjoy!

New and improved! I just added 9 new cards!

 Click HERE to download!


Here is an example of 2 of the cards......

I'm sorry, but I cannot make custom schedule cards at this time.



Clipart and fonts copyright and used with permission from Diane J. Hook {djinkers.com}

21 comments:

Rachelle and Brian said...

Hadar,

Your link won't work! :( I would love to see your cuteness!!! How sweet are you for sharing!
-Rachelle
www.whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

Hadar said...

Oh no!! Maybe it works now. If not, I can email it to you :)

Ashley said...

Wow, how WONDERFUL! You don't happen to have one that says "Guided Reading", do you? Maybe you could email it to me? Your site is amazing. So helpful for a first year teacher like myself.

anorton9@gmail.com

Amy Rider said...

Just found this- THANK YOU!!!

Amy

Mrs. K said...

FANTASTIC!!! Thank you:)

ellen said...

I just found these! They are wonderful! Could you possibly add, Morning work and/or morning meeting? Thanks so much!ellenbel5@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I love these! Can you tell me what font you use so I can create some other ones that I need?

Thanks! Lindsay :)

Ms. Conyers said...

Love theses. I need to have a schedule up for a student. This is very kindergarten friendly with lots of color and big letters! Thanks :)

CMac said...

I love your class schedule cards! I was wondering if you would mind e-mailing me the editable version? I teach in a french school and would love to translate them so that I can use them in my class. My email is chantal.macisaac@gmail.com.

THanks so much!

Ms. B said...

I really appreciate your website! Could you please add a Reading card? Thank you!

Kindergarten Fever said...

Rachelle, I love these! What font did you use? I am going to make sign by my door to tell where we are and I want to use the same font for the header.

Thanks!

Mary Jo Peterson said...

These are fabulous...I just printed most of them. I would love to have a morning meeting, reading, and arrival one. I could make them myself if you would please send me you eiditable version. I would soooo appreciate it! maiello6@yahoo.com

mrsflynnclassroom said...

Wow, very cute...What font did you use? Many thanks at this crazy time in advance@

Kourtney said...

I love these! I have been looking for some cute ones in a good font that the kids will understand. Thanks for sharing!!

Mady said...

I couldn't get your link to work either. I love these cards. So much cuter than the ones I am using now. Could you please email them to me? Thanks so much for sharing your hard work.

Mady said...

Sorry, I just posted about the link not working but I forgot to leave you my email. It is tderoo@fennville.org. Thanks

kinderfort said...

I can't get it to download either. My email is ryholloway@gmail.com

Thanks! It's so cute!
Yvonne

Edi said...

Rachelle,
I love these schedule cards! I am a first grade language arts teacher for a homeschool partnership program and all your cards are perfect! Would you be willing to add/email me two cards saying Phonograms, and another saying Spalding? I'm sure you're really busy but I would love to use these cards and follow the art theme you've crafted for our entire schedule. Thanks so much!
edipettegrew@gmail.com
~Edi

Rachelle said...

Hi ladies! I tried the link and it works fine! I'm not sure what you're doing wrong. If you'd like to email me, I can walk you through it.
whattheteacherwants@gmail.com

Elizabeth Tierney said...

Adorable!! Thanks for sharing these!

Teresa Thompson said...

I did something like this in my classroom. But my cards were each about 4 inches square. I put Velcro on the back and kept them in a box. Each morning we would go over together what the day's schedule was as I put the cards up. That day's VIP who was the classroom helper or myself pulled the cards off as we completed the activity. It really helped my students stay focused. I used pictures of teachers students went to for specials - P.E., music, library - I used clip are for most of the rest. Next time, I'd like to put clocks above each card to help the students become interested in telling time.
None of this was my idea. It was from my department head.

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