Are you a SMARTS Elementary user? Are you looking for a way to keep track of your students’ work? Look no further than the SMARTS Elementary Workbook!
Designed for students in grades 2-5, this workbook features 160 bound pages, covering all 30 lessons and 7 units of the SMARTS curriculum:
- Unit 1: Introduction to Executive Function Strategies
- Unit 2: Goal Setting
- Unit 3: Thinking Flexibly
- Unit 4: Organizing and Prioritizing Materials and Time
- Unit 5: Organizing and Prioritizing Information
- Unit 6: Remembering (memorizing)
- Unit 7: Self-monitoring and Self-checking
The Importance of Strategy Notebooks
When teaching executive function strategies through the SMARTS curriculum, it is important that students come up with a way to keep strategies all in one place. For elementary students, the SMARTS Elementary Workbook allows students to quickly and easily access all the handouts and strategy reflection sheets they’ll need.
Advantages of the SMARTS Elementary Workbook
The SMARTS Elementary Workbook seamlessly keeps track of all student work in one place. Teachers can issue a workbook at each grade level to document student progress throughout the school year and over the course of the elementary school experience. Students can use the workbook to track their own work and refer to previous lessons and completed handouts.
Preview the SMARTS Elementary Workbook
Created in collaboration with teachers, this user-friendly companion to the SMARTS Elementary curriculum is printed on high-quality paper and designed with engaging images, large font, and plenty of space to write.
- Caitlin Vanderberg, M.Ed., SMARTS Associate
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SMARTS Executive Function Curriculum: smarts-ef.org
Research Institute for Learning and Development: researchild.org