There are always a couple students each year who really struggle to stay organized. Maybe you notice this characteristic in your own children. Messy desks and work areas, can’t locate things, have difficulty getting organized for class, often don’t have the tools they need for the day or forget homework, are unaware of deadlines, have trouble prioritizing or planning to complete activities, and perhaps this causes them to be unfocused.
Here are a few tips to help support these students and relieve them of the stresses around becoming organised. It can be a frustration for child, parents and teacher, and can often impact on instruction time, while they struggle to find supplies and books.
This is a 27 page PDF download, which will has strategies, templates and posters that you can use to help students to become organised in the classroom and doing their work at home.
This eBook will help to relieve some of the stresses around unpacking assignments, planning, prioritizing and organizing their time.
There are some fabulous links that students will find incredibly engaging and useful. The poster images are simple yet the strategies demonstrated in them are effective in helping students to get organized in their work habits.
For many of our students who may be diagnosed ADD or ADHD, this can be a very challenging area. Many special needs students in older grades will benefit from the scaffolds, websites and planning templates included in the book,
You will Get a Zip file with both US and AUS/UK spellings. Please make sure that you have the software on your computer to unzip the file