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Homework Accountability
Submitted by: Christy Flynn, 4th grade teacher

I have a homework board. It's a white board that has each subject written on it. The kids have homework sheets to write the homework on each night. The sheet is done as a table and two sided with a total of 30 squares. (One for each day of the 6 weeks.) Each square has all 7 subjects written in it. They are required to write all the homework that is assigned. Parents sign that they see homework was assigned. I stress to the kids and parents that it is the kids' job to make sure the homework is done. This really limits the problems with homework. I also have small forms that they fill out each time they don't do their homework. It states "I did not do my ___ homework on ____ (date)." Then they have to sign it. I leave room for them to write a reason for them not having the homework.



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