Homework

Homework 

 
homework
Weekly Homework
 
Homework is a way for students to practice the skills we are learning in class. Their homework should be turned in the next day and it should be neat. It is helpful for parents to work with their students on their homework but most students SHOULD be able to do it by themselves. Parents should be a resource.
 
We have homework Monday through Thursday. There may be exceptions sometimes.  Here is our weekly schedule for hw:
Monday- reading: 15 minutes (sign reading log)
             spelling- study
             math- worksheet
Tuesday- reading: 15 minutes (sign reading log)
              spelling: study 
              math: worksheet
Wednesday- reading: 15 minutes (sign reading log)
                  spelling: study 
                  math: worksheet
Thursday- reading: 15 minutes (sign reading log)
               spelling: study 
               math: worksheet
 

Spelling Tips

Fun Ways to Practice Your Spelling Words

 
Spelling
 
ABC order - Write your words in alphabetical order.
 
Rainbow Words - Write your words in three colors
 
Backwards Words - Write your words forward then backwards.
 
Silly sentences - Use all your words in sentences.
 
Picture Words - Draw a picture and write you words in the picture.
 
Words without vowels - Write your words and replace all the vowels with a line.
 
Story words - Use your words to write a story.
 
Wordsearch - Make a wordseach with your words.
 
Surround words - Write your words on graph paper and outline in color.
 
Ransom words - Write your words by cutting out letters in a newspaper or magazine and glue them on a paper.
 
Play Dough - Make your words with play dough.
 
Cheerleader - Cheer your spelling words.
 
Magazine words - Find your words in a magazine and cut them out.
 
Sound words - Use a tape recorder and record your words and their spellings. Then listen to your tape, checking to see that you spelled all the words correctly.
 
Silly String - With a long length of string, "write" words in cursive, using the string to shape the letter.
 
Etch-A-Word - Use an Etch-A-Stketch to write your words.
 
Practice, Practice, Practice, and you will learn your words!
 
 
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