Students use this document to check off routines and tasks as they complete them. I have included one version with the tasks filled out and a version that can be filled in with your own desired tasks.
This is a helpful tool to encourage students to be organized. I have used this checklist for students with learning disabilities, anxiety, autism, and ADHD. This tool has been very beneficial for each learner.
This document was also helpful for me. I was better able to keep track of their off-task and on-task behavior throughout the week and it provided data to use during IEP meetings. They also served as a great communication to send home at the end of the week to communicate progress with parents.