[Strategy]: 7 Organizational Hacks For Your Grade Schooler

Organizational skills often times need to be directly taught and modeled for your child. Improving organizational skills will improve your child’s overall executive function skills. Here’s a quick guide to get you started:

  • Break big projects into smaller steps

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  • Keep a family calendar

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  • Make daily checklists

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  • Picture the day

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  • Categorize, label and sort

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  • Recognize “wants” vs. “needs”

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  • Take one out, put one in

 

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Stay tuned for the next installment: “7 Organizational Hacks For Your Middle-Schooler” . . .

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