That we don’t get a reward when we finish a book other than the experience.
That we talk about books and remember them that way, not to log them, not to see how many we can read so we can earn something. Not all kids read, not all parents push reading as a thing to do every day.
Read 30 minutes each night and record your reading on the reading log which you return to school daily.
Homework is assigned daily and should be turned in the next day unless otherwise stated.
From time to time, long term projects or reports are assigned as well.
If there is a problem completing homework in the assigned amount of time, let me know.Help your students get organized by filling in this customizable, blank printable resource with daily assignments, and checking off completed homework.You can tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.I know that what I'm offering here is by no means a total solution, but I think it's a pretty good start.Hola Mohalla is a three-day Sikh festival celebrated in Anandpur Sahib, Punjab, India, on the day after Holi, the colorful water-tossing springtime festival.Mock battles with ancient weapons are staged, and there are also exhibitions of traditional martial arts like archery and fencing.The important Sikh prophet, Guru Gobind Singh, started this fair sometime between 16.How about a quick conversation with home or the student to discover reading habits? I will gladly share with Thea’s teachers that we read for 30 minutes or more every night.That Thea pretends to read for another 30 after we tuck her in. That going to the library or the book store is viewed as the biggest surprise. That we read the same books over and over because we love them so much.Some kids need a prize to get them motivated or a log to see their habits so they can develop better ones. Just like every kid doesn’t need homework help, not every kid needs to create better reading habits.Some teachers have to use them because of a school or district initiative, even though they would rather not. So instead of assigning a reading log to all if there has to be one, how about a tiered approach?