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Organising completed work..........

Discussion in 'Primary' started by giraffe77, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. After a few ideas for organising work the children have completed, as I always seem to have a desk full of /worksheets, papers, ready to stick in books / file, (and resource books), but never seem to get around to doing it! Any ingenious tips for me about how you do it, or suggestions for a Year 1 class?
    Thanks
     
  2. After a few ideas for organising work the children have completed, as I always seem to have a desk full of /worksheets, papers, ready to stick in books / file, (and resource books), but never seem to get around to doing it! Any ingenious tips for me about how you do it, or suggestions for a Year 1 class?
    Thanks
     
  3. inq

    inq

    I have wallet files for any literacy and numeracy sheets and a topic book that the children work in directly or I stick sheets in but I do try and avoid working on sheets wherever I can. I take photos of the children doing practical activities and can then print them out if needed as evidence of what they've done.
    I get any parent helpers to put the sheets into the files and topic book or I do it after school.
     
  4. If it's going in their books then I trim them before they are done and the children stick them in. Trained them to stick straight-with one or two exceptions - I make sure these exceptions are seated next to the slightly OCD tidy children who will then help them.
     

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