From the TCT archives: a simple DIY project to help track lunch choices
For a quick and easy way to take attendance and lunch count, I glue library-book card pockets on poster board and laminate them. I slit the openings, and write each student’s name on a separate card with an Expo marker.
Students make lunch choices by inserting color-coded laminated strips to choose from (1) main entree, (2) second choice, (3) lunch from home.
~ Submitted by Mary Markway (at time of original publication, St. Peter School, Jefferson City, Missouri)
This great idea was originally published in our August/September 2009 issue.
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