Homework should last from forty-five minutes to one and one-half hours per night. If you find that your child is having more than one and one half hours of homework per night, it may be that they are not using their time wisely in class and are not completing their class work. If a child is finished in less than 45 minutes, they should read or review their work to ensure the quality of their assignments are their very best. I expect homework to be completed neatly and carefully. Sloppy and half-hearted work will not be accepted. Students should be encouraged to do the work on their own and receive help only when really needed. I do encourage parents to look over completed homework and encourage students to work for accuracy. When you feel your students has done an acceptable job completing homework, sign off in the homework journal daily.
Daily Homework subject to change as needed - students should have copied daily homework in their journal as I review homework and expectations in class.
Long Term assignments:
Feb. 21 - Book Report free choice
Short Term assignments:
Feb. 27 - Pyramid: What Objects Would You Take?
Read Free choice book for book report
Work on history day project
Math: 10-3 reteach
Langauge Arts: Women in cival war - questions
Science: complete diagram
Math: pg. 250 #13 - 16 & 21 - 24
Language Arts: Gettsburg - tommorrow - Book Report - 15th
Math: Finish 19-1 reteach and practice
Language Arts: Book Report tomorrow
Science: Complete How digestion Works; Lesson review
Other: Gettysburg Address due Friday! or On the 14th!
Anyone who can come at 7:15 for Untuck For A Buck can come to the classroom to collect their posters and unpack! Thank you!
Common core skill review both sides
Language Arts: Limmerick; comprehension both sides