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Get Organized Without Losing It (Laugh & Learn®) Paperback – January 15, 2006
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If students have their schoolwork organized thoroughly then they have won half the battle for a great school career. [Janet Fox] gives specific ideas of what to purchase, such as plastic pouches and folders, dividers and binders, in a precise shopping list. The best advice is "when in doubt, throw it out." The other significant message is to have a planner and check it every morning and evening. She advises picking out your clothes and packing your lunch the night before. There are also great clues to paying attention to information a teacher gives because it will be on a test: how to write this information down and highlight it. In reading texts for class, Fox reminds students to skim, highlight, and summarize.
Midwest Book Awards: Merit Award
National Parenting Publication Award (NAPPA)
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Top Customer Reviews
If you are looking for a miracle cure...there isn't one.
If you are looking for maybe a hint or two - that may or may not stick with you child... Then go ahead and purchase the book - but to be honest - it would be cheaper to just borrow it - or something like it from the library.... After all it probably won't get looked at again after a week anyways.
Seems like a good book where kids can skim & pick out what interests them - not a heavy read that takes the concentration that most ADHD don't have...Lol.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It has very good information to help kids get organized. It also has a few good checklists that are clear and easy to understand and easy to use. Read morePublished 8 months ago by denise ogara
This is a very quick and easy ready for kids and parents. I wish I had read this sooner!Published 15 months ago by Becky Garcia
My ten year old daughter loved this book and after reading it she applied some of the information she learned from it.Published 18 months ago by Cyndy K. Tyler
Great ideas and easy to use. I have already used it to help my students with Executive Functioning deficits. Does not take a lot of time to read or prepare!Published 18 months ago by Kathy Lois