70s Weekly Activity Sheet
70s Era Theme Weekly Activity Sheet Can Keep the Week Organized and Help Learners Develop Independence
Use this simple but fun 70s Weekly Activity Sheet to help children keep track of their activities and tasks throughout the traditional learning week. Rather than writing a repetitive to-do list for children, parents and teachers can help learners foster independence as kids list and check off activities and tasks they do a few times a week or daily.
Spaces are provided for a date, and up to ten different activities can be checked off once a week, Monday through Friday, or as needed. Learners can list daily learning activities such as writing out spelling words, practicing multiplication tables, or reading independently and then check them off as they complete them every day. Other users may want to list chores or personal activities such as attending piano lessons, attending classes or co-ops, or having swimming lessons, which may occur only once or twice a week.
This two-page resource provides a sheet featuring a girl and one featuring a boy as the central figure. The selected font helps learners become acquainted with reading cursive writing.
Focus: Time management and independence in learning
Theme: 70s Era, activity sheet