Keep kids on task & accountable during distance learning with this free printable weekly checklist.
Free Printable Weekly Checklist
Distance learning is starting to get the best of us. With four kids in this house ranging from first to eighth grade and a teacher trying to manage his own distance learning it’s a bit much to keep track of. These weekly tracking sheets have helped us a ton in keeping our kids on track and accountable for their daily and weekly assignments. We log into seesaw, clever, or google classroom on Monday morning and spend ten minutes making a checklist of the assignments and chores each kid has each day. Then we use this list when we check in with them throughout the day. This helps us to be able to see what each kid has to do without having to dig through all of the files online. How are you holding up through all of this isolation crazy?
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For best results, download the image to your computer before printing. I find it easiest to first click on the image to enlarge it, then drag and drop the image to my desktop, then print it from there.
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