Art Room Jobs Poster
Need help cultivating an effective art room management system? Assigning and maintaining jobs in the elementary art room is essential to an art teacher’s sanity. Without them? Pandemonium ensues at clean-up time. Predetermined jobs help set clear expectations while fostering independence and leadership skills. Now, you can give your drab bulletin board a makeover with this editable art room jobs poster set!
- 8 Colorful, print-and-go art room jobs posters in 3 sizes so students can see them from afar
- 8 Editable posters so you can create your own job titles and descriptors
- 3 Job chart sizes so you can print either at home, at school, or at a local or online print shop and customize it
- 2 Sizes of “Art Jobs” header text so it fits the space you have
- 8 Border colors to give your bulletin board a polished look
- 5 Fun paintbrush, paint, and palette graphics to excite your kids about helping out in the art room
Art Room Job Titles
This bulletin board set comes with 8 ready-to-print art room jobs posters. Each is a different color of the rainbow. To make assigning jobs easy, I recommend each table group has their own assigned task. Marking the tables with colored stickers or signs (red, pink, orange, yellow, etc.) will make assigning and switching jobs easy, too.
- Distribution Crew: Pass out supplies, projects, and folders
- Trash Managers: Throw away trash on the floor and tables
- Turbo Table Washers: Wash and dry all the tables
- Noise Monitors: Remind classmates about the noise level
- Sink Specialists: Wash brushes and keep the sink area clean
- Rescue Squad: Answer questions about project directions
- Floor Patrol: Pick up anything dropped on the floor
- Collection Crew: Collect supplies, projects, and folders
Editable Job Chart
Don’t like the art room jobs I’ve pre-designed? You can create your own titles for these jobs using the editable PowerPoint documents I’ve included. These files are also saved in 8.5×11, 11.7×16.5, and 11×17 sizes. See it in action here:
Additionally, the PDF download includes some guidance on laying out the job titles and description for each.
Art Room Jobs for Students
I’ve designed this jobs chart knowing most art rooms have anywhere from 6 – 8 tables. If you only have 6 tables but you like the 8 jobs I’ve laid out, you can always double up two jobs on one table.
For example, if there are 6 kids at the table, have 3 of them be trash managers while the other 3 be floor patrol. Here, I’ve picked two jobs that likely don’t require 6 kids to do the job. So doubling up makes sense. In other cases, you would never want one table to be both the distribution crew and the collection crew as those jobs may require a lot.
Frequently Asked Questions About This Art Room Jobs Chart
- How do you recommend I assign art room jobs? I think the most effective way is every table group gets their own job for as long as they’re at that particular table. If you rotate tables once a month or every marking period, it makes switching jobs easy. Color coordinating student-lead tasks makes your job easier.
- Can I write my own titles for the posters? Absolutely! I give suggestions in the download for naming conventions.
- Where is the best place to hang these art room jobs poster set? While every art room is different, I recommend it be in a place that all students can see easily. No one’s view should be obstructed from seeing it.
- Why the two additional larger sizes? Not all large format printing paper is the same size and quality. Having two sizes will give you some latitude in your printing options. If you don’t plan on printing these large, you can disregard those files in the download.
You Will Receive
- 8 Non-Editable Jobs Posters (8.5×11; 11×17, and 11.7×16.5)
- 8 Editable PowerPoint Jobs Posters (8.5×11; 11×17, and 11.7×16.5)
- 8 Bordettes (8.5×11)
- “Art Jobs” Header Text (2 Sizes on 8.5×11 paper)
- 3 Paintbrush Printables (8.5×11)
- 1 Paint Palette Printable (8.5×11)
- 1 Paint Tube Printable (8.5×11)
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