Cómo hacer un planificador escolar
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Cómo hacer un planificador escolar

Por Kiwilimón - Agosto 2019
La organización nunca está de más, pues nos permite estar al tanto de las cosas, ahorrar tiempo, terminar pendientes y tener en cuenta todas nuestras tareas. 

En época escolar es mucho más importante, porque hay muchos aspectos a considerar: trabajos, fechas de entrega, época de exámenes, tareas, proyectos, trabajos en equipo.

Por otra parte, un planificador escolar es un vínculo de comunicación entre padres y maestros, y también es una herramienta para inculcarle a los niños el hábito de la organización y la responsabilidad.

Para hacer un planificador escolar, lo único que necesitas es un cuaderno (de preferencia con espiral), pluma y mucha creatividad.

1. Busca un cuaderno que sea útil, trata de que sea de espiral y si tiene carpetas o sobre internos donde puedas guardar cosas y documentos, sería ideal.
2. Personalízalo con el nombre de tu hijo y todos sus datos para que pueda recuperarlo en caso de perderlo.
3. Marca las páginas con una fecha, puede ser diario, semanal o mensual.
4. Haz una lista de horarios y listas de tareas.
5. Actualiza el planificador escolar con los horarios, actividades y fechas especiales.
6. Enséñale a tus hijos cómo deben usar su planificador
7. Usen su creatividad para decorarlo
8. Mantente pendiente de las actividades escolares de tu hijo.

Bullet Journal

De un tiempo para acá, los bullet journal han cobrado importancia y no es en balde. Una agenda de este tipo nos permite organizar las tareas enfocadas a un resultado, lo cual las hace muy eficientes.

Uno de los aspectos de los bullet journal que lo ha hecho más popular es su sistema basado en listas, porque ¿a quién no le gustan las listas? Este sistema nos permite tener una mejor visión, organización y es mucho más fácil para nuestro cerebro procesarlo.

Algunas de las ventajas que tiene hacer un bullet journal es que lo puedes hacer con cualquier cuaderno que tengas a la mano, no necesitas comprar uno en específico, es flexible, el método es muy simple y se basa en hacer listas, títulos y números de página, además de que tus hijos le darán rienda suelta a su creatividad.

Como ya lo has podido comprobar, contar con un planificador escolar está lleno de beneficios y fomenta la organización, gestión y responsabilidad de los niños. En definitiva es un elemento imprescindible para este regreso a clases.
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Manuel de Jesús Ballina Pérez
08/09/2019 07:39:01
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