Wednesday, January 22, 2014

No Homework Record Sheet Freebie

Tracking missing homework assignments is definitely NOT my strength as a teacher.  With 5 classes of up to 27 students each, my head starts to spin when I am organizing my homework records.   I've seen a few ideas on Pinterest about using a homework binder that STUDENTS fill out when they come into class unprepared.  So here is the form I whipped up for my homework binder.  I plan to grab some alphabetical tabs and a binder at Target this weekend and I'm going to give this baby a try!

Click here to download the form from Google Docs:

I'll keep you posted whether this actually works or just becomes "more paperwork."  How do you keep track of missing assignments in your classroom?  I'd love to hear your ideas!!

Thanks for visiting Kate's Classroom Cafe.  Happy Teaching...

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