Homework For Kindergarteners Apa 6th Edition Citation For Dissertations
Up until last year, I had several resources I was pulling homework from. I knew which skills I wanted to reinforce at home with my students.Over the course of this school year, I have developed the monthly Kindergarten Homework.Homework Provides Practice Homework gives my students practice on skills we have been working on at school.Never do I give homework that contains skills we haven't focussed on.Before I give these all to the kids, I talk about them.I talk abut how important they are, how special they are and how they MUST take care of them.What happens when they get that packet and forget about it until the night before it is due. I can tell you from experience no one is enjoying it.How do I know this- well, when my daughter was in kindergarten we had the weekly packet.
I also make sure to check in with that student and go over what it was they didn't know how to do.
Although I teach at a Title 1 school, my parents know that homework is part of the kindergarten routines.
I provide homework that my students can do mostly on their own.
These of course can also be using for morning work or bell ringers, whatever teachers are calling them.
I copy language arts on one side and math on the other. Depending on what we are focussing on I will also add one of my 1/2 page fluency sheets for letters names, numbers, sight words or CVC words. Basically the student reads what is on the page, the adult circles the correct responses and signs at the bottom. For example when we are focussing on sight words; a parent can immediately see if their child is having difficulty reading the words.