From the website:
Looking to build skills or create new habits? Help children or teens make and manage a focused schedule of activities for a week.
- After reading a book or story, review the events by helping children put them in order. Encourage them to record their reactions to enhance the review.
- Before a big event such as a family gathering or vacation, help children or teens plan what steps need to be taken to get ready. Ask them to keep track of the steps as they are accomplished.
I’m sending this link to teachers who are participating in the RJHS “Year of the Top 30” project. Depending on the essential question they choose, teachers could use the timeline tool to present the top 10 works of American literature, the top 10 scientific theories that every American should know, the top 10 World History events that everyone needs to know, etc. This is an easy tool to create a visual representation of the class list.