Ok - I think I'm pretty good at the organizer, and have come up with ways to do various things..... but I need suggestions. I have come up with this type of problem before - and haven't come up with something that will work yet....
I am using a new resource - called "Drawing Textbook" by Bruce McIntyre. In it, there are 37 lessons, with 6 activities in each lesson. So far - it sounds straight forward - right?
Here is the problem.... generally you re-do activities over and over. So, our first time doing it, we would do lesson 1 with all 6 activities. I would then look at what the kids did, and decide how they did. So, they might do well on activities 2 and 3, but need more work on 1, 4, 5, and 6. So our next time, they would do activities 1, 4, 5, and 6 - and activities 1 and 2 in the next lesson. This would vary - some things might be done for several lessons. The book suggests that a first grade student might only get through 5 lessons in a year. Basically, everything can be mixed up, and done several times. I would like something that would help me keep track of where we are - yet be flexible and let me indicate what was worked on (multiple things...)