While You Were Gone
At the end of the day, I write the items that need to be completed and returned. The student takes the folder home the next day (or whichever day he returns), and completes the work within 3 days. So far, it has worked out nicely.
(and please ignore the fact that this student missed every problem on his math homework. We are working on it ;) )
How do you deal with absent students and missed work?
While You Were OutMissing Assignment Logs Set 1
The printable forms in this set will provide primary grade teachers with an easy, efficient, self-explanatory method of tracking assignments for absent students. The first form is blank and allows you to write in the subject area, due date, assignment, and directions for up to five areas of study. The second form is labeled with the subject areas of math, science, reading, and social studies with a blank space enabling you to include additional coursework. Again, this set includes a space to record the due date, assignment, and directions for your students.
These missed assignment forms are best printed in full color but are almost as eye-catching in black and white! No answer keys are included.
Grade recommendation: k-3
Skills: missing assignment log | classroom management | teacher resource | free classroom printable
Item 3717 | 2 pages | Publisher: T. Smith Publishing ©2012 | by Tracey Smith
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