Sample Week

Here is an example of what we would do each night for homework:

Monday

  • Read for 10 minutes the reader’s sent home with your child if they are in Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Kucheck, or Mrs. Rovzar’s RTI (If in Mrs. Mabe’s RTI she recommends your child be picking a chapter book to read.)
  • Practice Math Facts (a note will be sent home with your child saying what math facts they passed and what they should be working on next)
  • Read and practice high frequency words
  • Brain storm ideas for this week’s Journal topic
  • Practice or complete any work your child’s teacher sent home. Send back any uncompleted work the following day.
  • Play!

Tuesday

  • Read for 10 minutes the reader’s sent home with your child if they are in Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Kucheck, or Rovzar’s RTI (If in Mrs. Mabe’s RTI she recommends your child be picking a chapter book to read.)
  • Practice Math Facts
  • Read and practice high frequency words (if needed)
  • Draw a picture for this week’s Journal topic including at least 5 colors and 5 details in their picture (this will help them with their writing)
  • Practice or complete any work your child’s teacher sent home. Send back any uncompleted work the following day.
  • Play!

Wednesday

  • Read for 10 minutes the reader’s sent home with your child if they are in Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Kucheck, or Rovzar’s RTI (If in Mrs. Mabe’s’s RTI she recommends your child be picking a chapter book to read.)
  • Practice Math Facts
  • Read and practice high frequency words (if needed)
  • Write this week’s Journal answering the question in 2-3 sentences. (Example question: What is a pal? Example Answer: A pal is someone you play with. They are also someone you share your toys with. Pals help you when you are hurt.
  • Practice or complete any work your child’s teacher sent home. Send back any uncompleted work the following day.
  • Play!

Thursday

  • Read for 10 minutes the reader’s sent home with your child if they are in Mrs. Garcia, Mrs. Kucheck, or Rovzar’s RTI (If in Mrs. Mabe’s RTI she recommends your child be picking a chapter book to read.)
  • Practice Math Facts
  • Read and practice high frequency words (if needed)
  • Review and edit this week’s Journal before you turn it in tomorrow. Check to make sure your name is on your paper, that you started each sentence with a capital letter, and ended each sentence with a punctuation mark.
  • Practice or complete any work your child’s teacher sent home. Send back any uncompleted work the following day.
  • Play!

Friday

  • Turn in your journal homework in class-please make sure your name is on your paper