Tuesday, June 11, 2013

My New Daily Schedule Cards

Hey everyone!

Well we have been super busy working on common core for next year and I'm not gonna lie...I'm a little nervous about how different everything is going to be!  Since it is kind of our kick-off year it will be interesting to see how the kids do not having had the same intensity and format of instruction in kindergarten.  But, I guess that's what pilot years are all about, right?  We have a couple more days before summer work is over so hopefully we can squeeze in tons of productivity these next two days.  Oh and then maybe I can soak up a little bit of sun during my days off because I sure need it!

In an effort to feel somewhat accomplished and not totally overwhelmed by all the changes next year, I wanted to check off one of the many things on my to-do list for the beginning of the year.  My first year teaching I made some daily schedule cards and they were definitely on their last days this year!  I decided to make some new ones to match my color scheme in my room.  My classroom matches my blog template (all bright green, bright blue, pink, and white) so these schedule cards will be perfect for my board!  They make it super easy to just quickly switch around everyday depending on what we will be doing and they work as an awesome reference for the kids throughout the day.  I mean, don't get me wrong, I LOVE hearing "when's lunch?" 1000 times before 9:00am, but having a schedule up just makes it a lot easier!  I've uploaded my new schedule cards to my TpT Store and you can get to them by clicking on the picture below!  


My next thing on the to-do list is to create all of my word wall words and letters in my bright colors for next year and to recreate my behavior chart!  Stay tuned!


  1. Common core is overwhelming-but yay for checking something off of your to do list for the summer! :) Your schedule cards look adorable and I feel like it helps my kiddos so much to have a schedule up in the room!

    Thanks so much for sharing! PS I am your newest follower!

    Learning to the Core

  2. Step by step...little by little, we will all get there together! :)
    Creating Lifelong Learners

  3. Hi! Thank you for visiting my little blog! I'm happy to "meet" another first grade teacher! :)