Declutter - The 30 Day Challenge (Flex-schedule)
Students will spend a few minutes a day for 30 days getting their bedroom whipped into shape.
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Students will log on daily to get their decluttering tip or task. This is a flexible class with no set meeting time, so the students may log on at a time that suits them. The teacher will be available for questions/concerns/suggestions by email. This is a great opportunity to do a class as an entire family! Every day a daily task will be assigned for the students to do in their room that should not take more than 15 minutes. (except under the bed day!) On Fridays, they will have a...
The goal is to learn decluttering step-by-step and end with a tidy space at the end of the month. Feel free to sign up one child and then use the materials for the entire family. The students will learn organizational lifeskills that will benefit them though life at both home and work. Learners will also spend a small amount of time each week thinking about what they are learning and how it may work in other parts of their lives. The journal entries will give them an opportunity to put their thoughts into writing. Students will learn that taking a large task and breaking it up into small parts make the process less overwhelming and easier to understand.
As part of my job, I study organization. In addition, I cannot work in a cluttered area so have learned over the years how to get things together.
Daily tasks to do at home- these will include steps such as: 'Today's task is cleaning out socks/undergarments/pajamas. First, dump everything out of these drawers. Throw away any underpants that do not fit or have holes. Throw away any socks with holes. Give your younger sibling any pajamas that do not fit you anymore. Now, fold all of your pajamas and put them neatly in the drawer. Match up those socks. Put everything neatly into the drawers. Great job! Weekly thought assignments to journal and/or share with the group Weekly pictures of something they accomplished
The student will need a notebook for journal entries. The students will need one plastic storage tub and 2 cardboard boxes to use throughout the month.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
You may want to set ground rules for throwing away items/passing them to younger siblings/etc.
Janine SutterLoves to learn
144 total reviews
193 completed classes
I am a 4-H Agent who LOVES to learn. I enjoy teaching young children and helping them get excited about learning. For this age group, we will learn about nutrition, animals, science and many other fun topics. I also enjoy novel studies for...