Scheduling Pocket Chart
Scheduling Pocket Chart A+
Use this to post my child care daily schedule in my playroom. Excellent! Adds a cute touch to my child care business.
February 9, 2010
pocket chart was great and was able to use it for what we wanted and the price was better than at a store
August 16, 2014
Great product. I like the extra feature if the clocks on the schedule pieces. It helps the kids learn time in a casual way. Helps with organization for both the teacher and students.
July 29, 2014
Nice scheduling chart
This is a nice touch to any classroom. It isn't too big and hangs nicely. I do recommend you laminate the cards so that you can change the times when needed, they only give you a few extra cards in case you make a mistake.
February 2, 2011
Useable Scheduling Pocket chart
It works well but I was disappointed that it is not dry erase. I teach certain subjects twice a day at different times so I need several cards with the same subject but different times.
September 26, 2010
Meant for small cards
I have adapted this product for my use in a music classroom (Presby Kids' Choir).
I wanted to use this for my rhythm cards, which are 4 inches tall, but I realized that it was designed for 1-2 inch cards. So, although I can't fit as many cards in as I want to (they fall out), it still works for storing some of my rhythms.
September 16, 2010
Smaller than appears
Not as large as it appears, about 12 inches wide
(1 foot). Very narrow.
August 6, 2010
I am a Special Education teacher. I laminated the cards, so I can change what I write on them them. I use one for classroom jobs. The second , is used for the daily schedule. I like that there are so many cards, since the high school I teach at has three different schedules, depending on the day. I have the schedule changes one behind the other, so I simply change them to match the day.
October 6, 2009