Online Learning Classroom Student Cards Printable

by Jennifer Wieland

In this new and crazy world of Covid 19 back-to-school is vastly different for most of us this year. My kiddos are 100% online learning this year and as such, this has created it’s own unique problems. How do you manage a classroom online as a teacher without a class full of students all talking at once online? If you mute them and un-mute as you call on people how does a child get the teacher’s attention? Enter these handy little online learning classroom student cards.

Online Learning Classroom Student Cards Printables

These handy little cards were an idea of a fellow parent in a FB group we have in our town this year to help supply families, teachers and schools with items they need for this uniques school year. She relayed to us in a post how a teacher she knew had told her about cards that the kids could hold up to the camera to get the teacher’s attention without disrupting the class. I read it and thought, what a brilliant, freaking idea!

Online Learning Classroom Student Cards Printables

Let’s be honest here. this not only helps the teachers manage their online classrooms but families with multiple kids can keep the volume in their own houses down. This has an added benefit of also not disrupting your other kids if you’ve converted a room in your house or the kitchen table to the family classroom this year.

Another mom and I pounced on this and each made our own sets to distribute to teachers and parents at their requests. We both just opted for the three basic ideas that were originally mentioned. These are the online learning classroom student cards printables that I’ll be using.

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To download the printable pdf files all you need to do is click on the images above for each one. These pdf files were originally designed to use with Avery 5390 (badge inserts). Don’t have those? No problem! Just print them out on card stock instead.

Want the cards to hold up throughout the entire school year? use clear packing tape or clear shelf liner to cover the cards. I used clear shelf liner on mine. Then I punched holes and used a binder ring to keep them together and make flipping through them easy.

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Jennifer is a mom to 5 boys, 1 girl and 1 husband. Her kids range in age from 8-24 so things are always crazy with everything from school life, to autism and to college and beyond. She tries to bake, craft, travel and blog her way through all of the chaos and craziness that life, her kids and her husband throw her way.

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