Printable Homework For Kids
Many parents and administrators are all for it, many teachers are against it.
The topic of homework for young children is one that is fiercely debated in the field of early childhood education.
My goal for homework in my own classroom is to support and encourage parents as partners in their child’s education.
It is my responsibility as the teacher to teach the required skills, but it is the parent’s job to help support me in my efforts.
When working with Title 1 and programs that serve at-risk populations it may be necessary to provide parent training through educational sessions.
All parents want to help their children, but not all parents know how to do so.
I created the video at the top of this page to show to parents at our “Homework Help” educational session.
A useful tool that can help you not only assess students, but communicate progress to parents is ESGI.
If you’re interested in reading more on this topic I encourage you to check out the online book study I hosted for .
If you want the answers, either bookmark the worksheet or print the answers straight away. You can Create Your Own Worksheet at Mathopolis, and our forum members have put together a collection of Math Exercises on the Forum.
We’ve got hundreds of printable activities and worksheets for children grades Pre K-12.
In other words, “It takes a village…” Some parents need more help and encouragement than others, it is also my job to offer that help and encouragement to those who need it.
I believe every parent and teacher should be required to read The Read-Aloud Handbook: 7th Edition by Jim Trelease.