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One FREE Month of Weekly Tasks! I’m doing way with traditional homework and replacing it with this homework alternative of weekly tasks. The simple tasks are designed to get students thinking about their daily habits, having discussions with family, doing nice things for others, and observing the world around them. A task is assigned on Monday and due on Friday. We have meaningful and lively Fridays discussions with many opportunities to compare and share activities, results, and observations. My students love sharing what they did or learned during the week and LOVE Un-Homework!
This pdf download is a sample of my year-long Un-Homework Weekly Tasks resource. There is one task for each category of tasks: Acts of Kindness, Good Habits, Create, and Real World Math & Science. I assign a new task each week throughout the month.
How do I use this?
Tasks are assigned on Mondays. I project the large color slide of the weekly task and we discuss the task together. I also print a copy of the large slide for task of the week (in black & white) and hang it up front as a reference and reminder for the week. I print the corresponding weekly task Un-Homework cards (there are 8 to a page), cut, and have students place (staple, tape, or glue) these in their planners. Tasks are due on Fridays! On Fridays, students will discuss the task and results with a partner or a small group. We can use some of the survey results to create a graph, we can use math to compare different amounts, compare and contrast results, share our acts of kindness, discuss our daily habits, etc. There are so many different ways your could extend the students’ answers, creations, and results!
This free set is part of my year-long Un-Homework Weekly Tasks!
My year-long resource contains:
⭐Un-Homework Large Slides