Classroom Organization Forms

I love to think about my beginning teaching days when I did not have systems set into place. How students would be absent, and I wouldn’t even realize it. Then they would come back the next day and bombard me with ‘what did I miss? What did I miss?’ questions. And then there was never any consistent follow through on my part to make sure the assignments were turned in.

It stressed me out trying to keep up with it all.

Finally, I created some forms to help establish some systems and procedures,

Now these are forms that I use consistently without fail. I created them several years ago to solve the problem of keeping up with student absences, make up work, and test corrections. {And those ennnndlessss questions about ’did you do anything yesterday while I was out?!’}

These forms help me, and most importantly, my students stay organized and on top of things.

My Favorite Forms:

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1. While You Were Out Form: Don't you just love the question: Did you do anything yesterday while I was out?!? This form allows you to have a system for your students to keep up with assignments and activities when they are absent. Fill in all of the important information from the day on one easy sheet. (PDF)

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2. Colorful Student Attendance Sheet: Easy to edit sheet to help keep up with absences, computer numbers, homework completion, or anything else you need! (DOC)


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3. Missing Work Form: Help your students keep up with missing assignments with this easy to use form. Included on this form is a spot for your students to reflect on WHY the assignment is late. This form is great documentation for students who repeatedly turn assignments in late. (PDF)


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4. Test Correction Form: If you do test corrections, then this form is a must have! With just one sheet, students write the question they got wrong, the correct answer, and HOW they know it's the correct answer. No more flipping through random sheets of notebook paper trying to figure out and interpret corrections. (PDF)

I’m telling you, these forms are a must have for any classroom. If you would like to start using them TODAY, just click below to download and enjoy year after year!