Homework should be an enjoyable opportunity for parent and child to interact and share in the learning experience. It
is given so that parents can take an active role in their child's learning. Homework allows children to practice skills already
learned in class. Practice is an important step in the learning process.
Homework is assigned on Monday and collected the following Monday. This allows families the flexibility to do homework
when it is convenient for them. It will generally include word work, a couple of math pages and an exploration pack. There
will be an occasional project from time to time. Homework is not intended to be tedious or stressful. It's primary goal is
to foster a love for learning that can be shared as a family.
I do not assess grades on homework.
Each child has a composition notebook which serves as their homework notebook and an Everyday Math Homework booklet.
Every Friday your child will receive a homework sheet. The sheet will be glued into the composition notebook. The sheet
will contain that week's assignments. Your child should complete the assignments in the composition notebook.
Complete Everyday Math sheets 6.1-6.4
Write 5 nouns and illustrate
Write 3 sentences that tell what you know about solids and liquids.
Write the titles of the books you read at home this week.
Homework is due on Monday.