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Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}

Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Digital Student Agendas {Designed for Google Classroom Use}
Product Description
Now that my students are 1:1, they are no longer required to buy a student agenda at the beginning of the school year. Yet, I find them still needing an organizational tool to help them remember what homework needs to be done each night.

I created these Digital Student Agendas to help your students and parents know, remember, and understand what the nightly homework is each day. I have many options available in this file to allow you to choose the agenda that best fits your students and your classroom.

Options included:
*Weekly Agendas: Weekly pages that are dated for each week of the year from July 3rd, 2017 to August 3rd, 2018 to accommodate the varying school dates. There are fifty-seven individual files for you to load to Google Classroom each week of the school year. Students will then complete the agenda each day of the week in the space provided.
*Monthly Agendas: Undated pages with the twelve months of the year listed at the top. I use the same sheet, which includes five days of the week, over and over throughout the month. For example, in January, I upload the same page each week throughout the month. When February rolls around, I upload the February page, also with only one week on each page.

*Horizontal & Vertical Options: I have taken the monthly and weekly agendas described above and made both horizontal and vertical options. Depending on the age of your students and the device they are using, you may find one easier to use over the other.

*To Do List Options: I like to teach my students to use a weekly to do list for miscellaneous tasks, such as remembering field trip permission slips, late work, or reminders from the office. I think it teaches them responsibility and executive functioning skills. I have versions of both the monthly and weekly agendas with to do lists.
Total Pages
228 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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