Daily Homework:* Read a minimum of 20 minuets
* Reading log * Math Worksheet * Multiplication Practice 
Longterm projects:* None (at this moment)

Homework Policy:Homework is assigned at the end of every day. Students are required to write their homework in their journal daily. Homework should take your child no more than 50 minuets to complete. They will have the following assignments everyday:
1. Math Worksheet: The math worksheet is a spiral review. This means that it is a preview of up coming skills, a practice of skills from the current lesson, and a review of skills that students have already learned. *All work should be shown on the math worksheet or on attached scratch paper. * All questions should be attempted by the student. * We will go over the math in the class the next day. I will help students with the questions that they miss. 2. Multiplication Practice: We will begin the year by doing timed multiplication tests. Students will be given 5 minuets to complete the worksheet. If they pass the test, then they go on to the next level. If they do not pass the test, then they will have multiplication homework. 3. Reading: It is my hope that, if students practice reading everyday, it will become a lifelong habit. To do this, they must have books that entertain them and they must be thinking while they are reading. The reading log requires them to think while they read. Please make sure that your child has the following: * A consistant routine that includes reading nightly * A quiet area to read * An uninterrupted block of 20 minuets * A chance to share their reading log with you If your child forgets their reading log, they are to write a summary of what they read. 