January Homework for Early Readers No Prep
Each month I struggle with finding the BEST homework to send home. I want it to be meaningful as well as review the class lessons. I’ve found a variety of homework papers that focus on phonic skills or letter recognition, but I want my students to actually practice READING at home. Plus, I’d like a little printing, coloring, and number practice to be included as well. Do you feel the same?
It is because of this quest, that I’m excited to share my NEW JANUARY HOMEWORK! My students read & copy words and sentences, as well as sequence and write numbers. At the top of each paper is a place for a parent’s signature and a box to write the number of times the child read the words and sentences. The pictures are fairly large and “simple,” making them easy and fun to color.
The content/format of each paper varies to provide NOVELTY and encourage THINKING! January is filled with the New Year celebration, snowmen, penguins, polar bears, chilly weather, and Dr. KIng, There are 35 pages of READY to SEND HOME homework! Take a peek at the preview to glean a better idea of the content. :)
These pages are also perfect for “morning work” if you prefer. Your students complete the pages in class and take them home to READ to mom or dad. Mom and dad send them back with a signature and the number of times read. Either way, children are reading and writing!
I believe that these will boost your students reading abilities and make YOUR teaching life a little easier! PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!
There are 46 pages.
If you are interested in additional homework, take a look at my Homework for Early Readers. It includes 40 pages of homework/morning work. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Homework-for-Early-Readers-No-Prep-1858095
Thank you for stopping by Kindergarten with Susie. I would love to hear from you on any issue! Creating materials for young children is my life-long passion and I hope to make a difference for you and your kids. Please share your thoughts with me.