In some cases, learners need tools to work better independently. This sheet can be a part of that process. Students meet with their parent or other adult to plan the daily tasks, chores, and assignments. As the work is completed and checked, this sheet helps students to indicate where they are in that process.
Use this sheet in your homeschool to share plans with a “substitute” teacher. This sheet can be helpful if you or the lead teacher in your homeschool is going to be gone and can help to communicate to you or the lead teacher the work that was completed or still needs to be completed.
Use colored pens, pencils, markers, and highlighters to indicate priority. For example, you may require that all tasks, chores, and assignments in red be completed first. Color can also be used to indicate different sections of this sheet or as motivators.
Collate these sheets in a comb-bound, spiral-bound, or three-ringed notebook. I recommend using laminated cardstock for the front and back covers if using the comb-bound or spiral-bound book.
Use different colored paper to indicate different school terms, different children, or for motivational purposes.
Print on duplicate paper, triplicate paper, or use carbon sheets to use for documentation required by law in your area.
Print on cardstock paper and laminate to use the chart for multiple days. Use dry erase or wet erase markers to write in the tasks, assignments, and chores.
Photographs of this sheet can be used for documentation if necessary.
Use the “Notes” section to offer encouragement and reminders. You could even include an inspirational quote or verse!