What jobs could you do in your classroom? Submit your personalized applications in boxes that advertise the opportunities!
<STRONG>Identify jobs</STRONG>. With your classmates, list jobs that you can do to keep your classroom running smoothly. What about computer mentor, spelling coach, or town crier? With your teacher, choose the most important jobs.
In small groups, write job descriptions with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Use precise language to describe responsibilities. Clearly state timelines and qualifications.
<STRONG>Advertise for "Help Wanted."</STRONG> Cut colorful paper to fit recycled tissue boxes with Crayola Scissors. Cover one box for each position. Attach the paper with Crayola Glue Sticks.
Cut plain paper panels to fit one side of each box. Design an attractive "help wanted" ad with your colored pencils and Crayola Rainbow Twistables. Pick a creative job title. Choose words that encourage you and your friends to apply.
Submit applications. Design personalized letterhead with your colored pencils and Twistables. Write a cover letter to apply for each job that interests you. State your skills and experience.
Roll up your applications. Tie them with colorful ribbon and place them in the appropriate ad boxes. Who will select applicants? Rotate responsibilities so everyone contributes to your classroom!
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