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Organization tips for students in the classroom. So many ideas here from an Occupational Therapist on how to help kids with disorganization problems and help students with organizing their school work.

Organization tips for students in the classroom. So many ideas here from an Occupational Therapist on how to help kids with disorganization problems and help students with organizing their school work.

How to Help Disorgnaized Kids Organize Their Homework  Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening next.  Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening now.  There are noises coming at you from near and far, itchy socks scratching your toes, and a commanding urge to jump, fall, swing, and roll.   Now, imagine that you have to recuperate from a high-sensory day at school, full of bells, school buses, students voices, chalkboards…

How to Help Disorgnaized Kids Organize Their Homework Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening next. Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening now. There are noises coming at you from near and far, itchy socks scratching your toes, and a commanding urge to jump, fall, swing, and roll. Now, imagine that you have to recuperate from a high-sensory day at school, full of bells, school buses, students voices, chalkboards…

How to Help Disorgnaized Kids Organize Their Homework  Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening next.  Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening now.  There are noises coming at you from near and far, itchy socks scratching your toes, and a commanding urge to jump, fall, swing, and roll.   Now, imagine that you have to recuperate from a high-sensory day at school, full of bells, school buses, students voices, chalkboards…

How to Help Disorgnaized Kids Organize Their Homework Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening next. Imagine a world where your body and brain are unsure of what's happening now. There are noises coming at you from near and far, itchy socks scratching your toes, and a commanding urge to jump, fall, swing, and roll. Now, imagine that you have to recuperate from a high-sensory day at school, full of bells, school buses, students voices, chalkboards…