In any subject, staying organized is a critical to ensure success! When studying math especially, it’s extremely important to stay up to date with homework. Practicing regularly makes a big difference – you gain the skills, exposure and confidence to do well on any test or competition question you are faced with!
For the past two years, I’ve been using this homework chart to track all the math homework I have to do for each chapter we study. It’s been so amazing – and it’s really useful when exam time comes along – even now, with exams coming up, I have tons of classmates asking me for photos of all the assigned questions so they can review!
How I use it
I keep track of the Unit, Page Number, and Questions Assigned in class. Then, once I’ve finished something I put a check in the box on the left. I write down any questions I got wrong and correct those before crossing them out as well. When I’ve finished an entire page (corrections and all), I add a final check on the right-hand checkbox. I don’t really use the Date Assigned and the Tests & Quizzes columns.
How you can use it!
Click on the image below to download a PDF of the homework chart for your own use! It’s slightly modified from the way it looks in the image (I’ve used much nicer fonts).
What additions would you like to see to the Homework Chart (if any)?
I’ll gladly modify it and upload multiple versions if anyone requests any changes!