- Homework is given nightly. Students will receive a Weekly Assignment Log which states nightly assignments.
- The Weekly Assignment Log also has a Daily Behavior Chart. Students will color their behavior at the end of each day. Please look at your student's colored behavior daily!
- As part of nightly homework, students are expected to read 20 minutes each night. This will help increase reading fluency and is also a wonderful way to spend quality time with your child. Check reading comprehension by asking your child questions about what he/she is reading.
- Please sign the reading log on Thursday night.
- Students will also be given a Math Workbook, which contains our curriculum's practice worksheets. This workbook is to be kept at home in a safe place. Students will be assigned one worksheet each night, which will reinforce the math lesson taught in class that day. Please check over the math work before your student puts the assignment back into his/her homework folder. Math worksheet is due the next day.
- Math timed tests are given each Thursday. Students are encouraged to practice math facts each night.
- A weekly packet will be sent home containing spelling, writing, fluency or comprehension. The packet is due on Fridays.
- Spelling homework: Students will receive a tic-tac-toe menu. Students may choose any 3 activities to complete throughout the week. Parents must initial the tic-tac-toe menu after each activity is completed!
- Writing homework: Writing homework lasts two weeks. In the first week, Students will receive a prompt and must complete a graphic organizer to turn in on Friday. In the second week, students will use the graphic organizer to write a final draft to turn in on Friday.
- Fluency homework: Students will read a one minute passage Monday thru Thursday to help develop reading flow and fluency. The goal is to increase reading pace and reading intonation.
- Comprehension homework: Students receive a passage and questions pertaining to the passage. Comprehension homework allows students to read a variety of text types and practice strategies in order to answer questions about the text accurately. Students are encouraged to go back to the text and underline or highlight clues.