Homework is an opportunity to . . . 
    practice new learning;
    review learned concepts;
    develop student responsibility;
    instill good study habits;
    support parent and child communication.



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           The homework syllabus is sent home the first day of each week with all assignments attached. All students maintain a homework folder stored in their binder. The homework syllabus and assignments remain in the homework folder until turned in. Students may have time in class to complete some of the math homework; however, the majority of the work will be completed at home.  Homework is due the next school day: homework assigned on Monday is due on Tuesday, homework assigned on Tuesday is due on Wednesday, etc. The daily math lesson begins by reviewing the homework assignment and answering any questions.  The daily math lesson ends by reviewin the homework assignment to be completed that evening. 
         The homework should be completed by the student. School policy dictates student math homework will be review work from the daily math assignment.  Therefore, students may not be proficient at the skill and require parent support.  Students are to try their best to complete the entire math assignment; however, if there is confusion, students should circle the problem number, gain support from the parent, and ask questions the next day in class.
         Additionally, an agenda/planner notebook is completed throughout the day.  Students write all class work/homework assignments on the form.  There is a box on each day of the week for parents to initial indicating you checked the agenda/planner notebook.  Please review the assignments for each day and contact me with any questions.
         Finally, students will complete a monthly book report.  This report is assigned at the beginning of the month and due, with a video or live presentation, at the end of each month. Visit the "It's Time for a Book Report" webpage for more information.  Please note the 2 months of alternate assignments below. 
    • During the month of February, students will complete a Valentine Box project in lieu of the monthly book report; however, students will complete the book read and AR test for the month.
    • During the month of March, students will complete a Science Fair project in lieu of a monthly book report; however, students will complete the book read and AR test for the month.  Visit the "Science Fair" webpage for additional information.

    Sample homework syllabus:

    The assignments listed below indicate what your student should be working on each evening during the week. Assignments are due the next school day. Additional choice homework may include spelling words, technology activities, math facts study, or any classwork not completed during the school day. Homework should last for approximately 40 minutes, (including 20 min. of reading); however, any classwork not finished during the day will be finished at home and require additional time for completion.

    Monday, September 3, 2019 - NO SCHOOL
    • Read a book or have a book read to you. Standard - 20 minutes of reading.

    Tuesday, September 4, 2019
    • Math:  Lesson 1.6; multiplication fluency
    • Spelling:  Complete a word sort
    • Reading:  Read for 20 minutes.

    Wednesday, September 5, 2019

    • Math:  Lesson 1.7;  multiplication fluency
    • Spelling:  Write your words in ABC order
    • Reading:  Read for 20 minutes.
    Thursday, September 6, 2019

    • Math:  Lesson 1.8; multiplication fluency
    • Spelling:  Write each word in a sentence
    • Reading:  Read for 20 minutes.
    Friday, September 7, 2019
    • Reading:  Read for 20 minutes.

    Things to Remember
    • Homework should be done in pencil.
    • Assignments are due the next school day.
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Last Modified on September 4, 2019