These homework assignments are great for the 1st day of school or the1st week of school.
Students answer questions about their homework routines, and parents answer questions that tell you more about their child's homework and study habits.
This is a quick way to get to know your students’ study habits and what assistance they may need during the school year to be successful with homework. Parents will love it, because you are taking special interest in learning about their child and how you may help them best. This will help you follow up with students that may not have homework helpers at home and provide additional support such as goal setting for homework.
Give parents about a week to complete the homework & give the free homework pass to students whose parents return it on time.
Students 1st Week of School Homework-
This can be given the 1st Day of School to be returned the following day. Students answer 10 questions about when, where, and how they do their homework; including what supplies they have at home, inernet access, and who might be able to help them if they get stuck.
Parent Homework Sheet-
Flip the script and have Parents complete a homework assignment for a change. Give parents about a week to tell you about their child's homework and study habits and extracurricular activities. This will help you determine who will need additional help and guidance to be succesful in completing homework assignment.
Free Homework Pass included for students of Parents returning their homework on time.This will give them a chance to push their parents to get it done! They will have fun reminding their parents to get this homework assignment completed
Bonus: Goal Sheet for students to set goals for homework.
Use this goal sheet for students to identify there things they do well with getting homework done and three things they need to improve. Discuss and brainstorm areas of concern for homework such as recording it, or packing up materials, being reminded to do it, bringin it back to school, etc. Then share their homework progress with their parents at conferences!