Get Organized Without Losing It

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Free Spirit Publishing, Jan 15, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
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Kids today have a lot to keep track of—and keep organized. Schoolwork, friends, activities, chores…rooms, backpacks, lockers, desks…and what about fun? Here’s friendly, practical, humorous help for kids who want to manage their tasks, their time, and their stuff—without going overboard or being totally obsessed. Tips, techniques, strategies, and examples empower kids to conquer clutter, prioritize tasks, handle homework, prepare for tests, plan projects, stop procrastinating, and start enjoying the benefits of being organized: less stress and more success. Lists and steps make it doable; jokes and cartoons make it enjoyable. Recommended for any kid who’s frustrated, overwhelmed, and sick of hearing “Clean your room!” “Where’s your homework?” and “You’re going to be late AGAIN!”

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My son needs some organization in a big way! This book helped a may work better for a little older kid Mine is 9 as there are parts that talk about lockers etc. The book is written well ... Read full review

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Awesome! It taught me how to keep my binder organized and my locker Read full review


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Basic Tools for Getting Organized
Desk Disasters Locker Shockers and Other Major Messes
Plan for School Success
Is It Worth It to Get Organized?
A Note for Parents and Teachers
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About the author (2006)

Janet S. Fox is a writer, teacher, scientist, wife, mother, and avid gardener. She has published poetry, short fiction, and science articles, taught an elementary reading program, and now teaches middle school and high school English. Janet and her family live in Texas.

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