Classroom Helpers Chart


  • Grades: 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, 4th Grade

  • Subjects: All

  • Product Type: N/A

  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

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Product Description

My Classroom Helpers Chart is a wonderful way to help you and the students keep track of the jobs in the classroom. I change the jobs quite often, so I created the chart so that you can change out the names as often as you like. (I use velcro to add the names in each position.

Who's it For?

Classroom Teachers that want to assign jobs to the students.


What's Included?

  • A pdf file and a MS Word document file that I have zipped together.
  • The PDF file includes chart titles and job cards. I actually cut out and laminate the chart titles and job cards that I need and glue them on a poster board. On each job card, there a square to place a student name.
  • I have included several options for creating the title of your chart.
  • There are currently 16 job titles: Paper Passer, Pencil Sharpener, Office Manager, Messenger, Clean Team, Door Holder, Chart Changer, Homework Checker, Board Eraser, Energy Monitor, Lunch Leader, Gardener, Pet Carer, Line Leader, Meteorologist, Librarian.


  • The Word Document includes squares to type in each student’s name…. The squares fit on the job card. I place a piece of Velcro on the Student’s name and the job cards. This makes it easy to change the names when I’m ready to assign new jobs. This file also includes a Classroom Job Application and a chart describing the job. Since it’s just in a word document you will be able to edit it to fit your needs.


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New and Noteworthy by Nita
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I have been an  elementary school teacher for 16 years!  I'm certified to teach 1st through 8th grade.  Most of my teaching career has been teaching lower elementary.  The last 8 or 9 have been in 2nd grade. This past year, I earned a Technology Facilitator Add On to my teaching certificate.

Seveal years ago, I began selling some of my the items I make for my classroom. I'm totally excited to be trying Educents!  I can't wait to see how it works out.

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