Are you as guilty of this as I am? I'm told to hand papers out at the end of the day, or I want to remember to tell my students something important.
And then I forget. And remember when I walk back to my room after my students have left for the day. Tell me I'm not the only teacher who does this!
And then I saw this on a Clutter-free Classroom blogpost from a couple of years ago. It was about creating a polka-dot themed classroom. That was cute, but this simple board, just makes complete sense for someone like me.
I tell my students that I'm 174 years old. A couple of months ago, one of them asked if I had an "iStone" when I was a kid. Pretty clever! I told him that I had the earlier version, the "iRock." Sometimes they make me laugh!
They're pretty forgiving when I forget something, and honestly, most of the things I need to hand out or remind them about aren't critical and can wait a day, but I like how this is there for them to check just as they walk out the door. And since it changes from day to day, it will (hopefully!) keep their attention.
I think I'll make myself one this summer. Add it to the list of things to do!
Have a great Memorial Day weekend, everyone.