This chart is great for tracking homework or for homeschoolers. It comes with 75 subject tiles and tracks schoolwork for a whole week!
For use as a homework chart:
Pick out the subjects your child has homework for each day. You can also use the music, P.E., etc. tiles for when your child has things like flute lessons or soccer practice. You can use up to eight tiles. Place the tiles at the top of the chart for each day in the “Do It!” section. You could place the tiles on the day the assignments are due or on the day you want your child to work on it. Use the top section of each tile to list page numbers, priority for each subject/activity, or times you would like your child to do each subject. After the child finishes their assignments for the day, they move each tile to the lower half of the chart (the “Did It!“ section). In this way, you and your child can easily see their progress for the day and week. You can also see if they have missed any assignments.
At the very bottom of the chart is a place to write notes. You can use this space to write reminders for your child (i.e. “Geography report due today“) etc. The stars at the very bottom are Behavior Stars. Your child earns them during their homework time - you make the rules for how they are earned.
For use with homeschoolers:
Works the same as the homework chart but helps your kids move through their day independent of you. You just select their subjects once a week and they take it from there.
At the very bottom of the chart is a place to write notes. You can use this space to write addresses for your homeschool group or field trips, reminders for your child (i.e. “Geography report due today”), etc. The stars at the very bottom are Behavior Stars. Your child earns them throughout the day - you make the rules for how they are earned.
The tiles include 5 geography, 5 p.e., 5 science, 5 language arts, 5 scriptures, 5 music, 5 social studies, 3 cooking, 5 history, 3 art, 3 computers, 5 math, 5 reading, 5 spelling, 3 sewing, 1 field trip, 1 service project, and 1 homeschool group.
Some assembly is required but don’t be scared. You will cut the velcro and attach it to the chart and cut apart the pieces. This makes it so we keep our prices low. Low prices means you pay less. So, everybody wins!