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Rather than have trays for your kids to turn their work into, have them put their work in a paper drop folder. They check off their name on the list that it on the back of the envelope. Helps keep track of who has done each assignment and who hasn't.

Keeping track of those who have turned in work and who have not. Have a list of the students' names and cross them out when the kids turn in their work. So simple!

Students check off homework as they pass it in - Maybe THEN they will remember to turn it in when asked?!? Thinking of using this instead of the clothespin idea so it is easier to manage

This is where I had students turn in their work. I color-coded just about everything... almost all of the math work was done in yellow, all literacy in pink, etc. Their math folders were yellow, literacy pink. That way they knew where to put their completed work. Make-up work went in the bottom drawer.

Students turn in work and put stone on number. Easy to see who still needs to finish.

I get this answer alot... I think I'll make this chart so that we can be a little more creative and communicate a little more clearly.