Parents ask their students what they did in school on a given day. Usually the student’s response is, “Nothing”, or ” I don’t remember.” Let’s get this conversation turned around with daily information.
Have your student keep a running journal of what is done each day in each class by having them write what is happening in each class. Use a spiral bound notebook. Have your student put the day and the date at the top of a page. Then have your student take notes about the lessons.
Even though the homework assignments may be online, this activity helps students remember what they are learning and reminds them of what they need to study and learn for tests.
Using what is written in this journal can begin a good daily conversation about what happened in school on any given day.
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