for their children. Therefore, I ask that parents make homework a top priority, provide necessary supplies and a quiet homework environment, set a daily homework time, provide praise and support, not let children avoid homework, and contact me if they notice a problem or have any questions. Sample Letter to Parents About Homework use this sample letter to support parents with student homework. Date Dear Parents or Guardians: I am, your childs grade teacher. I am excited about having your child in my classroom this year and I am looking forward to working with you to ensure that your child has a successful year.
Trust and communication are what enabled me to explain to parents that no homework doesnt mean no work. Its why they believed in the potential for a more personal learning experience. Its why they are opening their homes Homework Policy Dear Families, This letter is in reference to HOMEWORK!
In first grade, we establish habits that can help or hinder us as the years go by. Your child will have homework each night except for weekends. Homework serves a fourfold purpose: 1. It provides extra practice of a specific skill that has been taught at school.
2. We strongly encourage parents to get involved in supporting their childs homework activities. As your child gets older, the amount of independence in completing tasks increases, however parents can still share finished products with their child. Feedback from parents is very important for the child. Gallagher shared the parent letter in a Facebook post last week, saying, " Brooke is loving her new teacher already!
" The post has been shared more than 70, 000 times, with parents from all over the world commenting that they, too, wish their children's teachers would follow suit and put an end to evening homework. Thank you to all of those parents who responded to the homework questionnaire sent out before the summer holidays.
Your thoughts were very useful when forming the new Home Learning Policy. Homework Letter to Parents Please spend some time reading through the letter set out below which explains the schools current position regarding homework. Dear Parents and Carers, My first graders are assigned homework every Monday and are to turn it in on Fridays.
If I do not receive their homework, I send this note home on the following Monday. Note says: Your child did not turn in homework last week, week of. Worksheets should never be sent home as homework. This sends the message to parents that worksheets are an acceptable form of work and it is a good teaching practice when the exact opposite is true. Homework at this age should be fun and children should enjoy doing it.