Do you have a few students who consistently won't finish and turn in assignments? One way to solve this problem is to provide a tangible means of showing the work your few stragglers complete.
I usuallly narrow down the number of students that I provide this support to less than 5 students. Generally, some small reward is established when they have all or most of the hole punches for each subject in one week.
After an assignment is turned in, I use my handy-dandy hole punch to punch a hole in the appropriate subject box under the appropriate day of the week. This is immediate feedback to those students who need it. At the end of the week, I reward those students who have completed all or almost all of their assignments.
On the first page, you'll find subject boxes for the following: morning work, math, reading, grammar, homework, science, social studies, and then one box that could change from week to week.
On the second page, you'll find subject boxes and you then fill in the subjects or types of assignments that you give in your classroom. You might choose to use only one of the two pages or both pages.
I usually print these on colored cardstock. Students find colored paper, especially cardstock appealing. You can also print these punch cards on white paper then attach each card to construction paper.