Teaching Kids Early Organizational Skills

Photographer: Laura Rivera | Source: Unsplash

Tips For Parents

  • Teach your child how to store and transport papers and other items to and from school;
  • Consider using “To Do” lists and “Chore Charts”;
  • Assign your child a specific time to study and do homework each day;
  • Create a place for your child to complete homework. Be sure that the location is stocked with appropriate supplies; and
  • Offer plenty of praise when your child exhibits good organizational skills.

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I have a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology, and an Ed.D. in Adult & Career Education. I enjoy spreading knowledge, because we all need to be life-long learners.

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Dr. D. M. Hardy

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I have a M.Ed. in Instructional Technology, and an Ed.D. in Adult & Career Education. I enjoy spreading knowledge, because we all need to be life-long learners.

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