Kid's Organizing: Learning to Plan, Schedule, and Organize Your Time (9-13)
In this one-time class, we will learn simple ways to create our schedule, plan projects and tasks, as well as managing time.
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Planning out our time can be challenging when it comes to getting organized. But it doesn't have to be! In this one-time class, we will explore different ways we can use a planner and how to create a habit of using it. Learning to plan a schedule, your time, and projects may include: - school events - summer activities - class assignments and projects - daily scheduling and being on time . . . . . and so much more! We can make our lives easier, less stressful, AND fun to manage by...
Learners will learn simple ways to plan their time, planning projects and tasks, as well as managing time. which will help them to gain confidence in being more organized with their time.
Bring a planner, composition notebook, journal, whiteboard, or the worksheet I provide, along with a pen or pencil. Whatever is easiest, or preferred, for our planning session. You may also bring color pencils or markers.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Teaching life skills while being creative and having fun!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
126 total reviews
143 completed classes
Hello, my name is Teacher Angela and I look forward to having your child in my classroom! I enjoy teaching life skills. These were fun topics for me to learn as a child and realize that it isn't offered in many schools as it once was. I've been...