I use this to manage corners in my library lessons. I was surprise that the pockets for names are not one big long rectangle. Kind of weird since each row has 2 pockets for names and they aren't the same size. For 4 classes I had to write the names fairly small. It would probably work best for managing groups for just one class. It does give my students a place to check which corner they are assigned to without me having to read off my paper chart like before.
By from , MO
Centers Management Pocket Chart
This chart is very useful and keeps our day and kids organized.
By 1st grader from ,
center management pocket chart
I think this product is good for a large class, I have a resource room class so I would use this for other purposes such as who should be reading, and who should be doing worksheets or independent/dependent worksheets
By Joy Kuchinsky from Highland Park, NJ
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I wish the clear strip to put the names of the studens went all the way across. It is stitched in three spots. I only need it stitched after the center names goes in the pocket. Other then that, good design for smaller spaces.
By Carmel from , NE
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