This school year, introduce your students to A Kids' Guide to a Neat Seat, an organizational "system" that teaches students how to keep their desks clean and neat. Unfortunately, we have to teach them how to keep their desks clean along with academics; this resource will help you to do just that! With explicit teaching and demonstration of what a clean desk actually looks like, your students will become more organized in no time. There are either 5 or 6 steps in having a Neat Seat, easy enough for even young students to handle.
Included you'll receive:
~A color diagram of the inside of a clean desk. There are two different versions; one with a name tag on top and one without. The diagrams come in full and half-page sizes.
~Anchor chart parts to make a huge diagram of what a clean desk should look like. Laminate and hang up for student reference.
~Mini-Reader that goes through each step of having a clean desk. Students are asked a thought-provoking question as to why it would be better to organize that specific way, on each page.
~Printable that displays a Neat Seat desk and asks students to chart each part of the organization of the desk.
~Simple, foldable craftivity of a large desk and students write each component of a Neat Seat.
~Quarter-page tickets to give students with a clean desk a "Neat Seat Treat". (Use like the Desk Fairy tickets.)
Please take a look at the preview for a better idea of this must-have resource.