Organization is an important study skill that our students need to be successful academically, but they don’t automatically know what it means to be organized or how to do it. Use in person or for virtual learning (Google Slides TM included!). This lesson (or small group activities) is an engaging way to do just that! It focuses on organizing your space (desk or locker), organizing your time, having special spots at home, organizing your backpack, and using a planner. Use as a classroom lesson, in small groups, or for individual counseling!
Slide decks for teaching what it means to be organized (Includes options for desks, desks & planners, and lockers & planners.)
4 Puzzles for discussing the importance of organization
Student action plan for improvement
18 Scenarios for sorting organized vs. not organized
Organized desk and locker visuals (with directions for poster size printing)
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Works on PowerPoint for PCs and MACs. Also includes Google Slides(TM) version.
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What others are saying...
“I love, love, love this little packet. When it first prints out, it doesn’t look too substantial. However, once you delve into it, you find that there are so many cool little activities. I really found the directions for printing large poster sizes very useful. Tomorrow, the students and I are doing the little puzzle baggie activity together. I highly recommend this for study skills and social emotional learning.”
“I used this in a classroom lesson with 5th graders and they actually got into the idea of organization. I call that a win!”
“Great resource! It really helped to get students organized at the beginning of the year. I had so many positive comments about the organized desk poster that I displayed in the classroom.”