Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Seating Charts

I have written before about how I seat my kids but below are the actual seating charts I use in my classroom.  I love to keep my room organized and these seating charts really help me do that.

K Chart

1st - 5th Chart

Each class has it's own seating chart and each seating chart is stapled to the front of a color coded file folder.  EX:  All kindergarten charts are mounted on purple file folders.  (I'll take pictures of these during pre-planning.)  

Last year I made color copies of my seating charts on card stock and had them laminated at Office Max.  You could laminate them at school but I wanted the heavy lamination so that these would hold up for a few years.  I use vis-a-vis markers to write on the lamination so that I can easily change things as the year progresses.


  1. What are the rotation lines for?

    1. I use rotating lines for different purposes. For Kindergarten it's the best way I have found to seat them. I will seat kids in rotations to assess a skill, instrument parts, to wait for their turn in a game, etc. Hope that answers your question. If not, let me know and I will write more.

  2. How did you create this? What software did you use?

    1. I think I used Publisher. I'll have to look back and see if that's what I used. I made this a few years ago and if I were going to do it now, I'd probably use photoshop because it is easier to manipulate.


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