Inspire your students to complete and turn in their homework by using our printable Homework Charts in your classroom. These homework charts work especially well with students who are reluctant to do homework or have a tendency to forget to turn it in. You can also share special Homework Charts with parents to help them with the challenge of homework completion at home. Just share this link.
21 Super Activities for Teaching Moon Phases
Use Robert's Rules Fast
Back to school brings mixed emotions in my home. For myself, as a Mom of a growing brood, there are the pros: first day of school signs and pictures, cute back to school clothes, quieter and more productive days, etc. But with the start of school, there is also the realization that I only get so many fun summers with my little ones before they want to hang out with their friends more than Mom. Yep, definitely a mixed bag! Of all the mixed emotions there is a constant that always seems to be a source of frustration in our home: homework. Neither am I going to let them just play every day.
Robert's Rules of Order
Look for one that has a lot of space for writing. Encourage your child to use a red pen to mark the dates of tests or due dates for important projects. Then have him use a green pen for activities leading up to the due date.
Our daily lives are made up of an endless stream of thoughts, decisions, actions and reactions to the people and environment in which we live. The internal and external actions fit together, sometimes seamlessly sometimes not; largely dependent upon a set of invisible yet highly important skills we call Executive Functioning EF. These skills, which involve planning, organizing, sequencing, prioritizing, shifting attention, and time management can be well-developed in some people think traffic controllers, wedding planners, business CEOs, etc. They are vital in all parts of life, from making coffee to running a profitable business.