This year I created my own daily schedule cards for my classroom. It has saved me a lot of time not having to erase and rewrite the schedule every day before I leave work. After I found some clipart and digital designs that I wanted to use, I created these files with Microsoft Publisher.
If you haven’t used Microsoft Publisher to create files, you are missing out! It’s such an easy and wonderful program to use. I know that many teachers use Microsoft Powerpoint to create their files, however, this integrates the capabilities of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint into one, except Microsoft Publisher isn’t presentation software.
Ahhh, but I digress…. I printed these labels onto white cardstock, trimmed them to size, then laminated them and place magnets on the back. I have a magnetic basket on my classroom board where I store the extras.
If you’re interested in these Chevron daily schedule cards, please check out my TPT site. I can also customize these to fit your classroom theme. Click here to download these for FREE on TPT or click on the picture below. They include 16 different tasks for the day as well as a few blank templates to add your own text to them.