I recently started usinga pocket chart for ds to keep track of his lessons and free time etc, and find it really nice to keep organized for him. I got it at the dollar spot at target back in july/august. And I actually cut out small pieces and put star stickers on them to be put in a slot when an activity is done and I am finding it helps quite a lot, and i was thinking it would be nice to use as a chore tracker as well and then i could see what all i completed each
day and what wasn't finished could be moved up the list and completed first thing the next day? Anyone use and like this method?
No but it sounds really cool. As a teacher, I have some pocket charts around (I'm a SAHM right now). I was going to make a poster, but a pocket chart is easier to change as you go.
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