Tool Number 1: The Binder
Make YOUR list of classes and activities here.
am/pm am/pm am/pm am/pm am/pm am/pm am/pm
2. 3. 4.
OK, Now Count up Your Classes! If you plan to use a separate binder for each class and activity, you’ll need one binder for each class and activity on your list. Try using a different color for each class and activity. That will help you tell your binders apart when you’re in a rush! If you plan to put materials for more than one class in your binder, try using one binder for morning classes and another binder for afternoon classes. Use a standard binder for after- school activities, like the band or the school play. PRODUCT PREVIEW
I use two notebook style binders. One holds the materials for my three morning classes. The other holds materials for my afternoon classes. At lunch break, I go to my locker and switch binders!
First Stop: The Middle School Tool Shed
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