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It Was Just Right Here!

Join Blake as He Learns How to get Organized, with the Help of His Favorite Sport: Baseball

Author:
Bryan Smith
Illustrator:
Lisa M. Griffin
SKU:
56-010
$10.95

Description

In today's world, kids are overwhelmed with activities and schoolwork. Being organized is a skill that comes naturally to some people, but it can be challenging for others! For children, organizational skills can span a number of areas, such as knowing where to put homework (and when they have homework, remembering to turn it in!), keeping their desk in order, knowing where their cleats are every time they need them, remembering what time to be ready for practice, or even a quick and easy way to find socks. Use this humorous story, written for students in grades K through 5, to help them stay organized.

Blake is always losing things, and everyone acts like it's his fault. Blake doesn't think it's a big deal, however. After all, he's just a kid! But when his field trip form is missing and the class pet is discovered dwelling among all the debris inside his desk, Blake realizes he has a problem. With help from his teacher, a timely baseball analogy and support from his parents, Blake discovers the benefits of being organized.

Children and parents alike will find this comical, colorful storybook helpful in understanding why everything has its place. Tips for teaching organizational skills are included at the end of the picture book for parents and educators. This is the fourth title in the Executive FUNction series. 31 pgs.

Extend the learning with Four Downloadable Activities!

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Published by Boys Town Press

ISBN: 978-1-944882-20-4

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Additional Information

Author:
Bryan Smith
Illustrator:
Lisa M. Griffin
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