Downloadable Activities: I'll Never Get All of That Done!

Five Activities to Teach Students the Skills of Planning and Prioritizing

Author: Bryan Smith
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Planning is the ability to create a roadmap to reach a goal or achieve a task, while prioritizing involves the ability to make decisions about what is important for you to focus on next. It can be challenging for children to know where to get started on a big project and how they will ever complete the task. Teaching students how to plan, prioritize, and post can help break down assignments and other responsibilities into more manageable tasks. School counselor Bryan Smith has created five downloadable activities to help drive home the lesson taught from his storybook, I'll Never Get All of That Done! The activities developed include worksheets and discussion questions for students in grades K through 5. 

Five Downloadable Activities include:

    • Activity 1 - The Weekend - Students will be able to prioritize and plan the events that take place on any given weekend.
    • Activity 2- The Perfect Birthday Party - Students will write a letter trying to convince Blake’s parents to host their idea of a perfect birthday party. To do this, students will need to have everything planned out in their letter to help with Blake’s parents’ decision.
    • Activity 3 - It's a Lot to Juggle - Students will prioritize weekly events.
    • Activity 4 - Time for Cookies - Students will monitor their progress as they work on getting better at a given task.
    • Activity 5 - Nightly "To Do List" - Students will create a nightly to do list of things that need to be completed before bed.

I'll Never Get All of That Done! is part of the Executive FUNction series and is recommended for these classroom activities.

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