Keep a family calendar: Track everyone’s activities on a prominent and accessible calendar, encouraging your child to write her own entries and reference the calendar when making plans. Introduce checklists: Whether it’s as simple as “3 Things To Do Before Bed” or “What To Take On Vacation,” creating and referring to lists together will develop your child’s ability to strategize tasks and organize his time.
Fun activities like cooking and collecting teach planning, sorting, and classifying can greatly help to improve your children’s organizational skills.
Assign chores that involve sorting or categorizing. Grocery shopping, emptying the dishwasher, sorting photos, cleaning out a closet, and other tasks that involve pre-planning, making lists, or arranging things are great choices. Get ready the night before. This one’s always tough — for both of you — but it does work if you can get in the habit.
There’s no age requirement for enrolling in this class. Children of all ages are welcome. We offer dedicated instructions based on your child’s age and level.
It depends on the topics and lessons students are attending. Usually, there are some light assignments to encourage student’s further study of the subject.
Students who attended at least 80% of the course and completed all the required assignment will be able to receive a certificate from KidzGoodie.