Mrs. Badini's Homework

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What's for homework?

Anything taught that day or prior may be homework. Homework is always a review of what is taught in class. Please reach out with any questions about homework. Any materials needed to aide in academic work will be sent home. Please return the materials back to school (unless otherwise specified) as our students will need them for school.

How to complete homework?

Please use pencil for all written and math assignments (unless otherwise specified). Writing and coloring should be completed to the best ability of our student's level of work. Please see completed school work as their potential best.

Who does homework?

Family and students. Please sit with your child when they are doing homework so their mistakes may be immediately corrected. Please also make sure they are making the correct letter and number formation in all of their writing including their names. Second graders maybe provided a little more independence with homework. Please have your child complete their OWN work. Please check their work before they hand it in.


No homework on Fridays, weekends, and holidays.


FUN ways to review.

• Paper Plate Toss: Write sight words on paper plates. Use like Frisbees to throw after reading the word.

• Concentration: Make a duplicate set of word cards and play “Concentration”

• Go Fish: With a duplicate set of word cards play “Go Fish”

• Tic –Tac-Toe: Write words in the tic-tac-toe spaces. Take turns selecting a space to read. If read correctly, an X or O is placed on the space until someone wins.

• Word-O: This is played just like BINGO. Fill in a card with the words that you are working on. Call out the words and mark the spaces. The first one with a card covered calls out the word "WORDO"!

• Word Hunt: Look for target words in books or in magazines. If using a magazine your child can highlight or circle the word.

• Play coin toss – Put words on the floor - children take turns to toss a coin onto a word and say that word.

• Children go outside and practice writing their words with chalk on the concrete.

• Flashlight words - turn off lights. Tape words on the wall or ceiling. Use the flashlight to shine on the word then read.

• Children make their own word wall/dictionary using photocopied small sight words and scrapbooks labeled with a letter of the alphabet on each page... can be added to throughout the year.

• Make words using play dough.

• Play stepping stones - place words on the floor and children walk over them saying the word as they go to get to the other side of the stream.

• Make words using letter tiles -scrabble pieces.

• Make words using stencils.

• Make words using alphabet stamps.

• Make words using magnetic letters.

• Delicious Words  Write your words in whipped cream, peanut butter, or anything you can eat!

• Good Clean Words  Write your words in shaving cream on a counter or some other surface that can be cleaned safely.

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