SENSORY ORGANIZING TIP OF THE DAY: REMEMBERING STRATEGIES

Remembering Strategies

READER QUESTION: My SPD son, 11-yrs-old, is terrible at homework organization and motivation to complete his homework. He forgets things at school, even after meeting with the teacher prior to leaving. He just had a 4-day weekend and chose not finish work that was due prior to the break! How much hand- holding and “spoon feeding” should I do? He’ll be in middle school next year and he must learn to be responsible for his own work! He’s a smart kid. Very distracted. Very slow to complete tasks. A procrastinator to the max. Please help with simple “self-checks” that he can do to help him break homework down into manageable portions. Thank you!

This is a two-part question:

1) How can I help my son remember things at school?

2) How can I create some simple self-checks to help him break down his homework into manageable portions?

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