During the early school years, students must begin to develop good work habits including preparing for schoolwork, organizing time and effort, and developing effective study skills. As children continue into middle school and high school their success depends, to a large degree, on refining and sustaining these work habits. Time management, organizational skills, and efficient study skills become especially important by this stage.

Students who are able to develop and maintain good work habits are in a position to succeed – to learn what needs to be learned, and to become confident students. To see more about getting organized and developing good work habits, click below: