Mrs. Hook - 4th Grade
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You need to be responsible for your work and your actions. It’s important that you develop these responsibilities because you will need them throughout your school career.
You will receive homework almost every night. It is expected that it will be done. If you make up your mind to concentrate and complete your work, it shouldn’t take you long.
Oh...and you can't use sports as an excuse. My son, Joey, played on four baseball teams his fourth grade year...and still got his homework done! So, no excuses...unless of course you chopped your finger off with a buzz saw and spent the night at the emergency room...that's an excuse I'll accept.
If you use your time wisely, you may often find that you can get some of your homework done during school.
You can expect to have math homework every night except for the night we have a math test. It is very important to practice your facts. Everything else we learn will stem off of knowing your addition/subtraction and multiplication facts.
Spelling homework is assigned once a lesson, and additional practicing is up to you. We always take a pre-test, so you will know which words you need to practice.
Other homework and projects are sometimes assigned. Returning signed tests also counts as a homework responsibility.
If homework is not done-you will not receive a ticket for the day; and you will be required to complete it during recess...but that's not going to happen...right?
Last Modified: Thursday, Jun. 14, 2012
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