Elementary School Organizational Skills: Start Success Patterns Early
In the earlier elementary years, students experience highly structured classroom settings, where organization is dictated and monitored primarily by the classroom teacher. By 4th grade, students are expected to take on more responsibility for their materials and their learning: focusing more on organizational skills, rather than study skills. Assignments become longer or more complex and can quickly become overwhelming if the student doesn’t have a grasp on a good management system. While classroom teachers may still provide some support, it is often not enough for students who are organizationally challenged. Your RITES certified teacher gives your child concrete support and strategies to organize materials and thoughts – usually tied to reading and writing assignments – which can be expanded to include other subjects, such as social studies and science, as needed.
Give your child confidence and skills to make big or long-term projects manageable.
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