Our Class Job Assignments Poster with Magnetic Pieces

Item: 154650

4 Star

Item: 154650

4 Star
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$ 6.99
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Item: 155555

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This Write Again® Poster Tackles Classroom Job Assignments
This write-on/wipe off poster helps you designate and keep track of classroom jobs with ease. Just fill in the "notes" with job titles, then add the yellow magnets with students' names to assign each task. The storage space at the bottom of the poster holds all the magnets until ready to use. The Activity Guide includes a reproducible certificate to reward students for a job well done.

Our poster and magnet sets work best when the laminated poster is secured with medium strength magnets against a magnetically receptive surface. Once the poster is secured at each corner, place the magnetic pieces on the poster as you need them.

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Product Information
  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
  • 1 Poster
  • Non-magnetic
  • Write Again® wipe-off laminate
  • Size: 19" by 24"
  • 36 write-on/wipe-off magnetic name pieces
  • Size: 2½" by 1" each
  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide

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4 Star
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Reviewed by 3 Customers
5 Stars

Easy to use and keep track of classroom jobs.
By from , OH
3 Stars

Magnets Not Strong Enough

I like this poster a lot. It's clean and clear. I am a bit disappointed with the magnet strength. If you use your own magnetic strips, it will probably work better for you. If you go into this purchase with that heads up and willingness to buy stronger magnetic strips, I recommend the actual poster and product idea.
By AL from Holland, PA
About Me: Teacher
4 Stars

Great for older elementary school studen

This is the first job board that I have been able to find that doesn't look too "babyish" for some of my fourth grade students. It's got plenty of spaces for different jobs and the large open space at the bottom allows me to note our classroom library usage (teams take turns using the soft furniture in the library so everyone gets a turn).
By Mrs. McD from , MA
About Me: Teacher