One Way to Turn a To-Do List into a “Ta-Done” List

Below is one way to use a dry erase pocket to help you get your projects done. Okay, so there are probably many more ways than one, but this is one method you can start using today!

Create a list of standard projects that you must get done every single day. See the template sheets below for a sheet to use for this. Print this sheet off and write down your projects on it. Then put it into a dry erase pocket. When you’ve completed each item, check it off with a dry erase marker. At the end of the day put a big x through your sheet. You now have a full list of ta-dones! Erase the dry erase sheet so you can use it again the next day. This is great for projects you complete daily or weekly.

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Reusable Dry Erase Pockets – Study Aid

There are many other free templates offered below that can be used for school-aged children. Check them all out.

You might want to use the neon red Reusable Dry Erase Pocket, or another neon colored Dry Erase Pocket. All of these are easy to spot, even on a messy desk.

Look at the template sheets for adults and kids on C-Line’s website. There are to-do lists, as well as math practice sheets, coloring sheets, alphabet and number drawing sheets, music staff sheets, and clock face time practice sheets, plus many more templates. Just place your to-do list or other templated checklist behind a C-Line dry erase sheet and use it over and over again.

Do you have a great way to use C-Line dry erase pockets to help you stay organized? Let us know.

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