Establishing organisational skills

Checklists, cards and templates to help students with special educational needs (SEN) improve their organisational skills

Tes Resources Team

Backpack Full Of Stationary To Help Children Remain Organised & Ready For School

Encourage students with special educational needs (SEN) to take responsibility for their learning with these supportive resources

Learners of all ages could benefit from brushing up on their organisational skills to ensure that they make the most out of their time in the classroom.

From the practicalities of getting ready for school through to being able to logically write down their ideas, this collection of hand-picked resources provides support for SEN students to help them learn effectively. 

Preparing for the school day

IT'S ALL ABOUT ME (2) - GETTING READY workbooklet
supportedlearning

IT'S ALL ABOUT ME (2) - GETTING READY workbooklet

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IT'S ALL ABOUT ME (2) - GETTING READY workbooklet is 16 pages with 25 interesting tasks about getting ready at home and at school. This workbooklet focuses on the routines you go through each day, or getting ready for a special event. It will help you create checklists to go through so you are organ...
Morning routine mini-schedule Widgit CIP2
beatlesfan

Morning routine mini-schedule Widgit CIP2

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Use the symbol cards to make a mini-schedule of the morning routine, in particular getting ready for school. Encourages child's independence and provides visual reinforcement of spoken language. Two documents provided - both the same but one has colour symbols and the other is monochrome (black and ...
Planner+ (Home-School Liaison Booklet)
humansnotrobots

Planner+ (Home-School Liaison Booklet)

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The documents here can be compiled to produce a small booklet (sometimes known as a home-school liaison book) that students with additional needs & SEN can take with them to lessons to help with organisational issues. The documents are named BLUE , YELLOW etc. to indicate the colou...

Being ready to learn and structuring ideas  

Zones of Regulation  - Self check-in
Miss R .

Zones of Regulation - Self check-in

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Resource has been designed to support pupils understanding of the zones of regulation. The pages can be put together to create a workbook for the pupil to use every morning and afternoon. All pages and symbols have been colour coded to encourage greater independence when identifying the zones that ...
One-Page Study Skills Guides - Mind-Maps etc
humansnotrobots

One-Page Study Skills Guides - Mind-Maps etc

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One-sided step-by-step guides to creating a mind-map, a research board and a (useful!) to-do list. Can be stuck in books, used as a poster or laminated as a 'help card&'. Good for English lessons for lower-attainers and for study skills mentoring(especially those who have dyslexia-type difficult...
Time out cards
dave1102

Time out cards

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This is a visual resource supported with words which can be used across key stages to support communication to a child or young person who needs a reminder to take time out before or during 'crisis' behaviours. It is a card suitable for lanyards which can be laminated. This is a simple yet very use...
KS1 And KS2 Writing Templates For English Lessons
Teach_Primary

KS1 And KS2 Writing Templates For English Lessons

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*This KS1 and KS2 writing template pack contains a range of templates to support children with planning stories and other written work. They are ideal for helping pupils to organise their thoughts.* The templates included are: * Mind map * Story map * Storyboard * Comic strip pages * Report resear...