One key to academic success is organization.
Organized students are in control of their learning experience. They efficiently keep track of homework assignments, notes, and books. They know how to schedule and budget their time. They meet deadlines, complete projects, and earn good grades.
However, many students lack basic organizational skills. Their backpacks are filled with stray assignments, lost homework sheets, and old school-newsletters. Their homework time is disorganized. They approach long-term assignments haphazardly, lose track of due dates, and fail to complete projects.
By helping your child to become a better organizer, you can help your child to master important skills for school and for life.