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Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents
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Organization And Time Management For Students & Parents

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Overview of how to keep your kids organized in their daily lives. Children can be on the road to success if they know how to manage their schedules and chores

Overview of how to keep your kids organized in their daily lives. Children can be on the road to success if they know how to manage their schedules and chores

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  • 1. Organization and Time Management for Students & Parents<br />Steve Magat<br />
  • 2. It’s about managing stuff & time<br /> Learning the basics of organization and time management will allow children to develop into adults who are prepared to tackle all of life&apos;s challenges.<br />
  • 3. …and seeing what you have<br /> Having visual reminders of what you expect will allow your children to be more in control while still accomplishing the tasks you require. <br />
  • 4. Parents + children = Partners<br />You can’t tell a child to be organized. <br />They will interpret your words in their own way.<br />Make them responsible for their work<br />…but set an example<br />
  • 5. What can I do first?<br />Buy your child a watch<br />Maintain a family calendar. Place your family calendar in a central location<br />Make a “Chore Chart”<br />Make a “Reading Log”<br />
  • 6. …and then the miracle happens<br />Be specific --<br />Specific instructions will yield specific results. <br /> Example: <br /> “Homework begins every night<br /> at 6:00 at the kitchen table<br /> Not<br /> “Do your homework”<br />
  • 7. What can your kids do now?<br />Keep track of their own homework assignments.<br />Pack their own backpacks daily<br />Choose their own school clothes<br />Recognize when it is time to go to school.<br />
  • 8. Be Flexible…but be consistent<br />Make “Guidelines” not “Laws”<br />
  • 9. Last thought…YOUR HOMEWORK<br />Read to your child…or read with your child<br />Go to the library…pick out a book…sit and read together for 15 minutes.<br />

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