Life Skills

Stop Losing Things: How to Have a Clutter Free Room

Cleaning your room is boring and losing things is stressful. Say good bye to clutter, boredom, and losing things by setting up easy organizational habits.
Choreography by Rae
379 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 19 learners
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Class

55 minutes

per class

Once per week

over 2 weeks

9-14

year olds

2-6

learners per class

per learner - per class

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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Description

Class Experience

-Taking pride in your space
-Think twice before you dump it somewhere
-Setting yourself up for success by removing clutter stress
I did not grow up with a lot and half of my childhood involved sharing a room. This allowed me to become creative in how I stored my belongings. When I reached my teens, things changed. I found myself with two bedrooms and a private bathroom. Somehow I managed to accumulate more clutter in addition to misplacing jewelry, shoes, and homework. 

As an adult, finding a good solution to clutter has been important to my work as an artist and small business owner. By developing systems that worked for me I set myself up to meet deadlines for clients, create quality productions, and still find time to play with my cat. Over the years I have learned that the more organized I am the happier I am.

Organizational needs can change over time. Learning how to adapt to those needs is just as important as clearing clutter.  
Students are required to complete their outlined list of clutter monster task. Depending on the amount of clutter they must tackle this could be 20 minutes a day until we meet.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
There is a mid-week check in. This one on one check in is scheduled by the parent. I will be able to see if the student has started their clutter task or if the procrastination gremlin has taken over. It also helps kids remember to honor their commitment. This check in takes about 15 minutes.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
I am to have kids work with what they currently have and what they have control over. If they do not put away their own laundry then there's no reason for me to tell them to roll shirts. After clearing the clutter your child might ask for your assistance for example, "Can I have a garbage can in my room?" As the parent you will decide if their requests match what works for your household. I will not tell students they "need" to buy anything. If a bedroom garbage can isn't an option, an empty box painted or decorated with wrapping paper works just as well. If you feel your child would thrive better in a one on one setting instead of a group setting please look at my other class.

I respect that everyone's home life is different. I will not share photos of your child’s room with the group. It is helpful to have cameras on in the class. If you are concerned your child will feel self-conscious during class about their room or their clutter please reach out to me before signing up so we can create a plan of action.

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Choreography by Rae
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Lives in the United States
Creative Learning for Curious Minds
379 total reviews
311 completed classes

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Choreography by Rae has been creating self-confidence boosting programming since 2015. We're more than just movement.
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