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Are you looking for an easy way of collecting data for missing assignments? This "I Didn't Do My Homework Binder" is the perfect solution. Once set up and implemented, the process is in the hands of your students. It is also a great reference tool for parent-teacher conferences. There are two differ
These slips (8 per page) are a quick way to help homeroom teachers and parents know who has missing assignments in other classes. Simply staple to your student's agenda, and at the end of the day their homeroom teacher has to initial, as well as their parents.
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Your students will love creating silly Mad Libs while reviewing the parts of speech. Check out my other products in my store, Delph's Shelf. Enjoy!
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1st - 4th
I read this article on the We Are Teachers website the other day (link below), and one of the ideas really got me thinking: "I want to make a resource for my students to let me know why they aren't turning in work or are turning it in late. Some kids have more problems than we know about, and if you
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This is a great managment tool with an owl theme. This binder is used to keep track of who is having trouble completing and turning in assignments on time. If a student does not turn in a homework or classroom assignment on time they have to sign the book and fill out an uh-oh card for their parents
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1st - 6th
I Didn't Do My Homework Because... A brown bear was blasting music on a big boom box! This EASY PREP product is a fun way to practice articulation sentences in the context of silly reasons why someone could not complete their homework. There are 19 target sounds included, each with 3 sound-loaded
I have tried a variety of homework systems and I am always looking for one that hold the students accountable for not doing their homework. I saw this idea on Pinterest, from Teach-Bake-Love and decided to create my own version of it. I have a binder labeled appropriately, No, I didn't do my homewor
If my students do not have their homework they have to find their sheet in my binder and they have to write down the date, what assignment they don't have, and why they don't have it. I print out a sheet for each student and put them in alphabetical order in a 1inch binder. In the document there i
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2nd - 8th
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Homework accountability form. Make students responsible for tracking their assignments and homework turn in by using this form on days when they have nothing to turn in. Students use the second form to attach to their made-up assignment. I recommend printing this on bright colored paper so it stands
This can be used to meet the teacher's need. I create a book and each student has their own page. If student's do not complete their homework they need to write it in the book. This is a great way to hold the students accountable and great documentation for parents.
This product is to be used as the cover for an "I Didn't Do My Homework" notebook. When a student does not complete their homework, they must note which assignment and why they didn't do it. This keeps the students accountable and helps the teacher to recognize which students are consistently not do
Type your own name in the box. Either laminate or attach to a binder or a folder for students. Keep available in your classroom. Keep an empty roster in the binder for students to write their names and the date they did not complete homework. Keep extra classwork, homework, and practice sheets f
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I found this idea on pintrest from the teach-bake-love.blogspot.com. She makes a notebook that has logs in it for her students to write in every time they do not turn in their homework. That way she can keep track of all the times they neglect this duty. This is just the cover sheet I made for th
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2nd - 12th
Excuses for not doing homework will no longer be heard! Your students go straight to the blue folder and fill out a blue form. The blue form has various reasons why their homework is incomplete to choose from and an option for students to write their own if none of these options suit. This process
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4th - 10th
Teaching responsibility for homework assignments is never fun. This resource is a quick reminder to students and families that incomplete assignments have consequences. Simply tell the student a number to add to the 12 math facts on the page. This allows you to differentiate based on independent
This product is to be used in an "I Didn't Do My Homework" notebook. When a student does not complete their homework, they must note which assignment and why they didn't do it. This keeps the students accountable and helps the teacher to recognize which students are consistently not doing their home
This is a sheet I use to encourage students to do their homework on time and to communicate with parents when it isn't done. Students fill out the sheet in class if they don't have their homework. Send home every two weeks.
I made 30 copies of this page and kept it in a binder. If a student did not complete their assignment, I would hand them the binder, they would flip to the page with their name, and then fill it out.-Promotes accountability-Editable-Easy to use
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Just print and place in a binder. Whenever a student does not turn in homework document it and keep it in record. I usually place one sheet per child and add more if needed.
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PreK - 12th
Fun song based on "Did You Ever See a Lassie?" Students can work with a partner or in centers and complete the three activities based on the verses in the song. Great student engagement!
Create a notebook of student accountability to show parents and the student why they have the grade they have!
If you are familiar with the Accelerated Reader program, you know that they can be useful tools for monitoring student comprehension. When my school didn’t renew our AR subscription, I was at a loss because earning AR points was a big part of my classroom reading incentive program. So I created my
Weekly Did List explained: So you probably make a To Do List each week... and it can be overwhelming to look at it, but do you make a DID list? This is a BACKWARDS To Do List Template... and I love it!My “Did List” is the best thing I think I’ve ever done to help me feel accomplished. It only takes
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PreK - 6th
These are great incentives & classroom management tools to keep students pumped up and excited about learning. Plus, I love giving class rewards that don't cost the teacher much! *Card reads, "Lucky you! This pass entitles you to one night of NO HOMEWORK! Submit this pass to your teacher on th
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K - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education

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