Classroom Jobs: This is an example of a way to organize classroom jobs. Classroom jobs can help those students whose primary love language is Acts of Service. This allows them to practice acts of service as well as receive them from their peers.
iHelp classroom job chart This was made with an oil drip pan (Walmart- $10), black bulletin board paper and notebook "apps". You can easily create customizable apps from the notebook software. Use magnets under apps to assign jobs to students.
This is a LOT of jobs! Depending on the grade I teach, I might change this so that all students are listed and the clips are used to show who are the classroom managers for the day, as opposed to having all those separate jobs. That would work for 3rd and older. Younger students might like to each share an actual job, so my chart would look more similar to this.
Classroom management. This is actually a really cool idea. It would really help during study hall attendance when 6 kids came to you with a note to go to another class! I can coordinate the numbers with my cell phone storage numbers too.