DIY Photo Seating Chart
–Print on Sticky Notes
I work in a Secondary Classroom where I teach approximately 200 students. By the end of the semester, I have been able to memorize the faces and names of the majority of my students. I will admit to really struggling the first few weeks, however, so I created a template that I can print on sticky notes. This technique is super easy to replicate and I provide the templates here for free. Photo Seating Chart Template.
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I purposefully print these on sticky notes so that if I need to move a student, it’s super easy. I also enjoy using sticky notes because I can edit the type of information I type on them and I can keep them in my grade book or planning binder to remind me of pertinent information. You can even include IEP related information if you don’t plan on keeping these out for other students to see.
These are multi use, because you can also print these out and use them during Open Houses or Meet the Teacher Night. This will add a nice personalized touch to your set up and it can be edited to reflect any message you want, such as Looking forward to working with you, or Welcome to my classroom Jared, etc. You can access the template here. DIY Sticky Note Personalized Welcome for Meet the Teacher Night
If you like this tutorial, you should check out my tutorial for my DIY Teacher Binder–hint: I found a way to use printable sticky notes in my binder too!