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All homework is assigned on the first day of the week and due on the last day of the week.  

The homework packet includes language arts, spelling and math. It is divided up so that students spend some time each day on homework.  Doing a little each day means that students have a little bit of review each day and prevents a long homework session all on one night.  It also gives students an opportunity to ask a teacher about something that they don't understand before the homework is due.

Part of the math homework is a game.  Most of the time there is more than one game included.  It is only necessary to play one of the games -- student's choice.  Students are asked to write a short reflection after playing the game.  It is my goal to play the game before the packet is sent home so that students are familiar with it.  Sometimes, however, we may not get to a game.  If the directions are unclear, feel free to change them so they make sense!  You might make a change we want to make permanent!

If you've misplaced your homework, you can find it here.  Please print it at home, in the school library, or at SHINE.   


Homework 18, due 02.15.19

Homework 17, due 02.08.19

Homework 16, due 02.01.19

Homeowrk 15, due 01.25.19

Homework 14, due 01.18.19

Homework 13, due 01.11.19

There is no homework due 01.04.19

There is no Homework due 12.20.18

Homework 12, due 12.14.18

Homework 11, due 12.7.18

Homework 10, due 11.30.18

There is no homework due 11.20.18

Homework 9, due 11.16.18

There is no homework due 11.09.18

Homework 8, due 11.02.18

Homework 7, due 10.26.18

Homework 6, due 10.19.18

Homework 5, due 10.12.18

Homework 4, due 10.4.18

Number Tiles for playing Make It Count

Homework 3, due 09.28.18

Homework 2, due 09.21.18

Homework 1, due 09.14.18


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