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Kids’ Health: Organize, Focus, Get It Done

Learn the three steps that you can use for any of your tasks to get them done efficiently and well.
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How are you doing with your school work and homework now that you’ve been in school for several weeks? If you work on organization, your life will be so much less stressful. Learn the three steps that you can use for any of your tasks to get them done efficiently and well. Get organized, stay focused, and get it done. Each step is explained well and lots of examples are given so you can really see how it works. There’s also a section for grownups to let them know how to help you with these skills. Take the short quiz to see which of the steps you need to work on.

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