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-homework-clipart-5 copy.gifFirst Grade Weekly Homework Expectations
The first grade homework expectations remain consistent throughout the year.  Below are some suggestions on how to meet the expectations.




 Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday
 Reading

• Read for at least 15 minutes a story of your choice


• Read for at least 15 minutes a story of your choice


• Read for at least 15 minutes a story of your choice


• Read for at least 15 minutes a story of your choice


• Read for at least 15 minutes a story of your choice

 
Spelling

• Practice assigned spelling words
• Practice assigned spelling words • Practice assigned spelling words • Practice assigned spelling words  • Play after school and enjoy your weekend!
 Math

• Practice math facts for 5-10 minutes

• Complete math worksheet

• Practice math facts for 5-10 minutes

• Complete math worksheet

• Practice math facts for 5-10 minutes

• Complete math worksheet
• Practice math facts for 5-10 minutes

• Complete math worksheet


• Play after school and enjoy your weekend!



zyTo5p4iE.jpegReading: Your child may read to someone, with someone, or listen to someone read to them.  Don't forget to initial your child's PFA reading log and return at the end of each month.  Students may also read the weekly stories we are reading at school.  Click here to access the weekly Wonders stories online.
 
spelling_link.png Spelling:  Spelling tests are given the last day of the school week (usually Friday). Click here for some fun ways to practice spelling words.


KTn5AELTq.pngMath Fact Fluency:  Students should practice assigned math facts for at least 5-10 minutes each night. Flash cards work great!  Students can also practice facts online. Click here to go to Xtra Math online. 
Click here for more online addition games.