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Old 02-18-2008, 02:06 PM
 
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I am trying to make a chart not too big about 10"X21 that will show different areas in the room that kids can go and read.Does anyone have or use a chart? or have any clip art to go along with a chart you use. I was hoping for something that kids could attach aclothes pin with their name on it. Any ideas to share? Thanks for your help or information.


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Mine is a map of our room from above that the kids and I made together. It's not too big- just on a piece of 12X18 construction paper and the kids have magnets with their partnership number on them that I rotate in a circle every other day or so.
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I took pictures of the kids reading in each nook. Then I made a small board (not sure the size) with the pictures and like Bookmuncher I have magnet with partnership numbers that are rotated every other day. I also had a pocket chart system last year.
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Old 02-18-2008, 03:45 PM
 
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chart. I use clothespins and move them down a spot each day. The file was too big to upload. Anyway, I have icons and words for each spot (i.e. couch, bean bag, blue rocking chair, etc. with a graphic for each). The clothespins are labeled with the kids' names.
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When I was teaching 4th grade, I took a piece of posterboard and just drew a simple map of our classroom on it, with the major "landmarks" (desks, bookcases, coat rack, etc.) shown, and then when my students chose their spots to sit, we just used little post-it notes to designate their chosen spots. We changed spots once a month, and the post-its were easy to move around as needed.

Now, since I'm dealing with a bit older students, I don't use the map anymore as I allow them to figure out their spots daily on their own. I use closepins to select and show who is entitled to our four classroom pillows though . . . just attaching 4 of them per day to a laminated sheet on our R.W. bulletin board.


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Is your board magetized?
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