|Objective||To teach/help kids to manage their time.|
Kids can create or use a schedule, calendar, or day planner in order to keep track of their school work, holidays, extra-curricular activities etc.
School aged children are usually given an agenda book and you can help them to see it as a useful tool if you review it with them on a regular basis. Another idea could be to obtain a desk calendar for each child and having them record what activities they will do when.
Mark this activity as complete when your child has created a calendar and is using it to keep track of chores, homework and activities.
Track your progress and earn badges!
This activity is included in the following:
|Age Range||7 8 9|
|Tags||Logical-Mathematical Intelligence Intrapersonal Intelligence Time Management|
|Taming Time||Here is an article about teaching your children time management. There are also a few useful links at the bottom with tips from other parents, time management systems and advice on how to get your child to avoid procrastination.|
|Activity Village||Here is an article about how to teach your children time management .|
|Better Homes and Gardens||This article is about how to make time management more appealing to kids.|