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Reading Homework


Reading Homework




Kindergarten

I do not assign homework for kindergarten. However, you can practice letter naming, sounds, and rhyming words at home. Practice makes perfect! You can also read aloud picture books to your child.



1st and 2nd Grades

I ask that my students read each night for homework. Your child will often bring home a book that we’ve read at school. The purpose of this homework is to gain reading fluency by rereading books. Please sit next to your child and enjoy listening to him/her read the book to you. Your child may also bring home a word ring filled with sight word flashcards that we’ve been practicing in school.

I ask that you sign the reading log indicating that your child has read the book(s)

and/or has practiced reading the sight words.

As incentives, I give stickers and small prizes for five nights of reading.



3rd and 4th Grades

Your child may bring home a book that we’ve read in school or may choose another self-selected book. Please make sure that your child reads daily to gain reading fluency. If your child’s classroom teacher has assigned silent reading (such as Braves Book Club) or reading the weekly reading series story as homework, I will count that as part of the 15 minutes of reading.

I ask that you sign the reading log indicating that your child has read for 15 minutes. 

As incentives, I give stickers and small prizes for five nights of reading.



Please feel free to contact me anytime with questions or comments.

MorrisonAE@shikbraves.org

473-3261