The introduction of this book written by children for children states: "Now-a-days adult organizing books are not practical enough for kids. Kids cannot understand them yet. Kids, just like adults, need to be organized." This book addresses organizing space and time for children ages six through twelve years.
Organizing from the Inside Out for Teens
Co-written by teenager Jessi Morgenstern-Colon and her mother Julie Morgenstern, this book is written for teenagers and their specific needs. This book will enable your student to be more successful in school and will lay a good foundation for them to become organized adults.
Every Child Has a Thinking Style
Using quizzes, parents can assess their child’s thinking style, sensory preference, and extroversion-introversion dynamic. Concrete methods for helping children organize their room, time, schoolwork, and play are discussed.
The Organized Student
If the practical strategies delineated in this book by Donna Goldberg with Jennifer Zwiebel are implemented, middle and high school students will achieve both in and out of the classroom.
Confessions of a Happily Organized Family
Deniece Schofield outlines 100’s of practical ways to have a neat house, happy kids and calm parents-all at the same time!
500 Ways to Organize Your Child
Cheryl R. Carter begins by sharing five vital elements for teaching children skills related to organizing tasks. She shares 500 organizing and time management tips in addition to providing answers to frequently asked questions.
The Floor is Not an Option!
Sheila McCurdy writes a great book for families who want to organize any area within their home. This practical, down-to-earth, easy-to-read guide will spur the reader on to action.