Dismissal List Space-Saver Pocket Chart™

Item: 162260

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Simplify Dismissal With This At-A-Glance Pocket Chart

Easily set up this space-saving pocket chart to display your classroom dismissal procedure so you, as well as substitutes and aides, can see it at a glance. It's great for keeping track of students who are leaving early, too.

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Product Information
Grade Level:
Grades: K-5
Details:
  • 1 pocket chart with grommets and magnetic strip
    Size: 21¾" by 21¼"

  • 30 dismissal cards, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 3½" by 2½" each

  • 50 student name cards, Write Again® wipe-off laminate
    Size: 1" by 2½" each

  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
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5 Star
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5 Stars

Excellent Back to School Chart!

This is an excellent pocket chart for back to school graphing activity that can be maintained through out school year to keep track of how students get home!
4/3/2016
By Organized in 1st from , NV
5 Stars

Easy way to keep track of students!
9/26/2015
By from ,
5 Stars

Dismissal List Space-Saver Pocket Chart

I originally purchased the Dismissal List Space-Saver Pocket Chart for my Evidence of Performance Binder. I listed the chart under the domain of managing classroom procedure. Each day I received several e-mails,calls, and notes notifying me of transportation changes. With the chart I stay organized and the information is only a glance away. Each time a change is requested I pull a card and place it under the appropriate heading such as early dismissal, walker, or car rider. No more last minute guessing or looking for notes on scraps of paper.
2/25/2015
By Fourth grade teacher from , IL
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