Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Daily Child Sign-In

Children are always interested when their parents sign them in for the day.  So why not capture that interest and give them a way to sign themselves in everyday.

By setting up a daily sign-in table it is a wonderful way for the children to find and recognize their names.  It is also a great way to have them practice writing their names.



 We use two sign-in books so that two children can sign in at the same time.  One book has children’s first names in alphabetic order A-L and the second book is M-Z.
Each book has ABC tabs so that the children can go to their first letter in their name and find their name in that section.  Depending on the level of the child their name might have practice writing text on it.  We are using the lettering from Lettering Delights.



10 comments:

  1. Great idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  2. great idea!!! Our children are always "writing" on the sign in book!

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  3. nice info....I will apply to my students.. thank for great idea

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  4. We do this as well, but each child has a spiral notebook with their name attached (using a binder clip). Each day is a new page so it's a great keepsake for parents to look back and see how far they've come.

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    1. What exactly do need the parents to keep trak of? I'm afraid I don't understand, maybe an image would be more clear to me.

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  5. lOVE THIS! Where did you find your weekly template?

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  6. I would like to know do you down load the lettering from letteing designs. How does that actually work

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  7. The link just won't open! I managed to share, but not to follow you on facebook. What is there to be done about it? Thank you!

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  8. Why won't it let me open the page??

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  9. Do you have an editable copy you could share? I've tried making my own but I don't have the dotted font.

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