I'm linking up with Kristen at Ladybug's Teacher Files and Elizabeth at Fun in Room 4B for their Optimum Organization Linky Party.
I don't know about the rest of you, but when it comes to checking in homework every morning, it can be a little daunting to make sure you get everything checked off. In my school district, homework cannot be a factor in a student's overall report card grade, except in terms of participation. I use homework as merely practice or review, as well as a classroom management tool.
I like to keep track of all the returned homework assignments for the week in one easy place. I always keep it on a clipboard on my desk and often my students utilize to help keep track of what they may have missed throughout the week.
I've used this checklist for a couple of years now, and I love keeping the same subject areas together for the week, and it also helps me keep the number of homework assignments to a minimum. I keep all the lists throughout the year, and it really helps me keep track of those students who habitually forget their homework and it's affecting their performance.
If you're interested in this checklist, just click on it and download it for free.