• Homework is intended to give parents information on what we are learning and how well your child understands the concepts. It also teaches responsibility.
     
    Each night your child should read for 20 or more minutes and record the reading in the agenda.  I check this each morning.
     
    Your child's written homework will come home in a packet each Monday.  The cover sheet (Greene Gazette) will have information about what we are learning, important dates, and our vocabulary words for that week.   Once we begin work on learning our multiplication tables, there will be multiplication practice added to homework. 

    Be sure to check the agenda nightly for behavior as well.  Your child will receive their Rock Stamp daily in the agenda.