FEB
02
2012

Workbox School Subject Cards

Hi everyone! One of my readers asked if I could make her some subject cards that went with my Chore Chart cards and I thought I would share them with all of you as well!

 

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They can be used with your workboxes, or along with your chore chart.

Subjects included:

  • Bible
  • Reading
  • Science
  • Art
  • Math
  • History
  • Geography
  • Writing
  • Language Arts
  • Vocabulary
  • Foreign Language
  • Spelling
  • Handwriting
  • PE
  • Music
  • Typing
  • Blank Cards

Other downloads that match these cards:

 

Hope these can help some of you out!

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Comments

  1. Gosh, I love your website! Just wanted to say thanks for all that you do!

  2. Thank you so much!

    Happy weekend!

  3. I love these. Thank you so much. I have been looking for something similar to this to work as a daily schedule for my 3 year old daughter. I think this might work. She’s a very visual learner and likes to know ahead of time what her next task for the day will be.

    Now all I need to do is find cards for the meals, nap time and clean up time.

    Thank you

  4. Thank you so much! I have just implemented your chore chart system and was thinking of trying to make these! Now I don’t have to! Thank you!!! Your awesome. :)

  5. Thanks a bunch for sharing!

  6. I have a question. I just found your site yesterday, and I have read about these notebooks and the workboxes. I am just trying to figure out how they work together. I not completely sure what the notebook is completely about. (I was going to buy it til I read about the workboxes then they did not seem compatable) Any help you can give would be great. I am not very organized, but I am trying to get there! Thanks in advance!

  7. I just wanted to share… a friend of mine made something similar but she made them larger (fit 2 per regular printer page). We then laminated them and now can use a dry erase marker every day to put the specific instructions for each subject on the card and then into the workbox. I don’t usually put too many details ~ just enough to help my 1st grader know what’s happening in that subject that day. I have found it to be a BRILLIANT solution and it encourages SUCH independence for her. Plus, it helps jog my memory without necessarily having the teacher’s manual in front of me. Just thought I’d share in case you ever wanted to adapt yours :)

  8. Hey, thanks for sharing these!!! I have a question? How do you attach these to the workboxes? Velcro or ??? Just wondering how they’re attached so they move from one side to the next when the kids are finished with their boxes. I love this idea and want to implement it for my kiddos!

    THanks so much! Very helpful!

    • Hi Becky,
      Yes I put Velcro dots on the drawers and cards. I don’t use them as much anymore b/c the kids are so used to going through their boxes, but they were great to start out.

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