It’s probably no secret that A.D.H.D. students struggle with time management. Based on my independent research on best practice for coaching children with A.D.H.D., I have come to understand that it's important to help them build routines to tackle executive function struggles. I created four easy-to-use templates to help keep your A.D.H.D. student(s) or even your own child focused and on task as it relates to completing school assignments or even at-home tasks. This resource contains ready-to-print graphic organizers, but there is an option to customize them for your own needs. They are: (1) Goal Setting (2) Project Management (3) Independent Reading Schedule (plus a bonus sample slide to show what it should look like) and (4) Instrument Practice Schedule. Studies show that children with A.D.H.D. have no trouble setting goals, but they often lose sight of what needs to be done to get there. These are ideally structured for middle school students, but can be adapted for younger grades or even high school students.