Student Reflection Form "No Homework" Binder. It's my personal/teacher mission to help students become more responsible for their actions. I like that this form makes them accountable for their missing work AND requires them to think about it-something which usually doesn't happen.
No Homework Binder--Each student has a blank page in the binder. The student must write the date, assignment, and reason for not having it on their page for each forgotten assignment. Keeps track of # missing and reasons. Great management tool!
I have tried a variety of homework systems and I am always looking for one that hold the students accountable for not doing their homework. I saw this idea on Pinterest, from Teach-Bake-Love and decided to create my own version of it. I have a binder labeled appropriately, No, I didn't do my homework! Within the binder each student has their own recording sheet to keep track of the date, the "excuse" for not doing their homework and what the assignment was.
Here's a FREE Speller's Choice Menu that can be used with any spelling list. The kids love it because there's a variety of activities to choose from, and teachers love it because these activities manage to incorporate phonics, grammar, writing AND math!!! :) I just place it in a sheet protector in their take-home binder for them to use with homework every night.
Pink Slip - For students who don't have homework.- I love the options for why homework was not done, this would be good to combine with the no homework binder. Have a list of options and kids write a number for the reason they don't have their homework.
No Homework Binder.pdf - Google Docs I actually did this with my son who has ADD. I had a column for the teacher to inital that he wrote the assignment down correctly and also turned it in as well as a place to send a note to me. It worked out great.