Homework Planner Pages
Pages for students to record their homework often make up the largest section of a student planner. This is an important part of teaching children about taking ownership of their time and laying the foundations for developing organizational skills that will ultimately benefit them throughout school and beyond. Tracking homework that has been assigned, along with due dates and any supporting information, gives students an at-a-glance view of what work they must complete outside of school and encourages them to prioritize what is most important to finish first. It can be useful to include a space for parents to sign the homework planner pages on a weekly basis, as well as a section for teacher comments.
Homework planner pages can be as structured as you need them to be, with separate spaces for subject areas, learning objectives, and progress. Alternatively, keeping it simple with plenty of space for students to take notes helps support a creative approach to the curriculum by allowing children themselves to take ownership of how they are recording their homework.
The inclusion of learning objectives is another way to encourage students to keep track of their own education milestones, so if they feel there is something they haven’t understood well, they are able to express this more clearly to either teachers or parents by referencing the particular objective they feel they need more help with.
Templates for homework planner pages in our library include both minimal options or more detailed ones depending on the type of recording system you use in your school. As with all of our planner pages, we can create a completely new homework planner page for you if you have ideas on what you’d like it to include or look like but don’t know where to go next with the design process. It’s all about making your planners work for you and your students; recording homework is a vital part of the school day and will probably form the biggest section of your planners, so the contents should be tailored in a way that is most effective for your school.