February 14, 2011

What's for Lunch? sign

I've been reorganizing and rearranging things in my classroom this past couple of weeks. I moved my exit slips, dismissal signs, and class lists to the door of our room.



Everything looks pretty good together and I like how the students have easier access to all of these things (not a ton of wall space in our room).


Tonight, I'm adding to our informational door...I'm making a pocket to hold our monthly lunch menu. I used to write the lunch on the board, but I like it better when the kids actually read the menu (since they have to look up the date, read the words...and since they are 4th and 5th graders so I don't like to make things too easy).

I wanted to share this sign in case you had a use for it in your classroom.



What's for Lunch? sign



And I also wanted to ask...do you have a student information board? What kinds of things do you have on it? I'm looking to add some more items...
Thanks :)

3 comments:

  1. I teach 6th grade and have an information board. I include a calendar with upcoming holidays, workdays, etc. I also have expectations and consequences for homework, tardies, etc. I keep extra handouts for field trips etc. there so that they can easily get an extra if they lose their first copy (which often happens).

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  2. what a great idea! i always just tell them and have them raise their hands! (but it is first gradE...)

    I think i'll have to download that sign!

    Thanks,
    Lindsey
    www.theteacherwife.blogspot.com

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  3. I teach 4th grade and have a board where I can just post any information that the students might need. Right now, I have hot lunch schedules and intermural schedules and teams up there. Also, I've put up field day info and results. It's a great place to just staple up papers for them to use!

    www.justeveryschooldaylove.blogspot.com

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