Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Classroom Job Chart

I was in need of a new job chart for my classroom, so I pulled out my crafty supplies and got to work.  First I found the pockets in Cricut Design Studio and cut ten of then from a thin patterned paper.  They are about 2 3/4" x 3".  Then I wrote the names of the jobs on each pocket.  I also cut out the "Jobs" title with my Cricut.

I found the bucket image on the Handy Man cartridge, and cut the envelope using the My Creative Time Mini Stitched Envelope Die.

I used two Cricut cartridges for these images:  Pop-Up Neighborhood for the watering can and Locker Talk for the books.

The stars were made with MCT's Bunch of Stitched Star Dies and the puzzle piece was from MCT's Stitched Puzzle Piece Dies.  I decided to always have a jigsaw puzzle going in my classroom this year, so I need somebody in charge of making sure the pieces don't get left on the floor to be vacuumed up!

The lunchbox was made with a Cricut Locker Talk Cut, and I used one of the new MCT Stitched Square Dies Inside and Out, along with Social Media Dies and Stitched 4 x 6 Journal Die to make my line leader sign.

Finally, I used the recycle symbol from the Cricut Bits and Pieces and the table from French Manor for the last two pockets.  Hopefully this job chart will last me for years to come!

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  1. This is a clever idea and it looks pretty with the colorful icons. You have found the perfect cuts for each job. How fun is this chart!
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  2. This is just so cute!! I love your classroom job chart .... makes me miss teaching

  3. Oh Katie ~ This is just DARLING too! I LOVE how you did the pockets to hold the sticks ~ so CLEVER by the way and the details for each pocket! AMAZING chore chart!! Again you ROCK as a teacher!

  4. Great job chart! I don't actually have one. I really do not have that much wall space in my class. I have two HUGE windows that take up two of my walls and I don't open the blinds because we are blinded by the sun.


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