Looking for fun job charts for 4th graders...

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  1. crazyfor8

    crazyfor8 New Member

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    I am looking for some fun, cool jobs charts for 4th graders... Something can be used all year and everyday.... Thanks
     
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  3. hdavidson

    hdavidson Companion

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    I make mine. I always have a theme, this year I again changed it and it is one of the things I make, as well as team (or table) signs, and HW subjects for the board. I have one board just for jobs. I put the signs up for the jobs (TA, housekeeper, secretaries, librarian, etc.) I use an image or background and some fancy lettering.... Then I have the students names on individual "die cuts" and every week I move the names around. On Mondays, I announce job duties for the week.
     
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    Our star of the week does all the jobs for that week.
     
  5. 6SinTeaching

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    I make my own using library card holders. I have a variety of jobs that I've printed on 2 x 4 inch labels and stick that on the card holders. I dress them up with different clip art pictures and stick these library card holders on the wall. Each student has their name written on a colourful laminated card stock and the names are rotated each week. I used to have a poster of this but changing divisions (grade 6 to 3) my jobs changed so I like the individual card holder idea.
    Some of the jobs I've included are;
    Paper Pushers
    Calendar Keeper
    Class Sweepers
    Library Organizers
    Recycler Rulers
    Zoo Keepers
    Schedule Ruler
    Board Washers
    Window Washers
    Library Organizer
    Clothing Monitor
    Counter Keeper

    Every child in my class has a job. I believe it is important to have pride and ownership in our classroom and keep it organized. This worked for my grade 6 students and I'm sure it will work with the 3s!
     

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