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Seating Chart Deluxe


Found in: seating assignments; substitute teachers

I draw a graphic of the tables in my classroom, with my desk identified to give orientation to the user. I copy and laminate several copies. I write in the names of the students on the laminated sheets with an overhead pen and leave them on a clipboard for the substitute. I also add helpful notes, such as “speaks no English,” and first and last names for kids who have the same name. I also include phonetic spellings of hard to pronounce names. The substitute then has a ready reference for the classes that day. This clipboard also helps when I make a new seating chart. Kids who have been absent know to check the chart to see where they sit.

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