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What Homework?
Submitted by: Yolanda Smith, 5th Grade

"What Homework?" is what we as teachers hear a lot! Not anymore in my classroom. This particularly works with my fifth grade class and I am sure would work for other grades as well. At the end of the nine-week period (4 each school term), I invite those students who have completed homework 100% to breakfast. I set up a little buffet style table with fruit, cereal and juice and we talk about fun things before the other students arrive on that particular morning. I enjoy it as much as the students and the number of those invited grows each period. Some parents will even donate to the cause!



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