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This bundle contains BOTH the Student Organizational Planner and Executive Functioning Strategies Game into one complete download. Both items compliment each other as they address goals related to time management and good organization that all students can benefit from!! Get both of these items together and use them to start off the school year on the right foot!
Start the year off with this great organizational tool meant for home use as a communication tool between student, parent and educator.
Unlike the school homework planner that many students receive from their school district, this planner breaks down and organizes a student’s after school routine by the hour, day, week and month. A cover page, project planner, homework chart , reward coupons, daily reminder checklist and subject labels are included. The planner was created using simple graphics and kept primarily in black and white in order to lessen distractions and cut down on colored ink usage.
Included in this packet:
Letter to the parents (explains the purpose of the planner and how to use it at home with their child.
Three different versions of a cover page were created so students can decide which theme best suites their personality.
Monday –Friday home organization pages to keep track of homework/activities and the time needed for each. These pages address time management to help students become more aware of how much time they realistically need to complete tasks. Spaces are provided for estimated vs actual times needed for tasks.
Fill in this chart with tasks that need to occur in your morning routine. You can fill it in the NIGHT BEFORE to get an idea of what your morning should LOOK LIKE in advance! Did you lay out your clothes? Make your lunch? Check your book bag? Consider doing THESE things BEFORE bed!
What does my WEEK look like? Fill in the Key graphics: Fill in the tests, projects and other tasks that need to get done during the week.
What does my MONTH look like? Fill in at the beginning of each month. Color code each task Fill in at the beginning of each month or on a weekly basis as you gather more information about your month. Color code each task using the key provided.
Sample calendar provided as a visual example of how you might set up your calendar.
Project organizer—Although students generally receive a rubric when assigned a class project, this organizer addresses some practical areas that a class rubric may not include (estimated time needed to complete, steps required to start and complete project)
Homework completion chart .Color in one star for every homework assignment completed each day. Decide how many stars will earn a reward at the end of the week.
Homework coupons for home use. Two pages of original reward ideas and one page of blank coupons to fill in with reward ideas created by student. Students can cut out and submit coupons (after working out a reward system agreed upon by their parents.
Home organization reminders. This graphic is a check list that students should review after school and before bed time to help prepare for the next day.
6 Subject black/white labels (math, spelling, writing, social studies, science, reading) that can be color-coded according to student's needs and used for organizing home folders, dividers, containers or for use on school notebooks, folders, book covers.
Blank labels also included.
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