Saturday, July 6, 2013

Homework Club, Oh Homework Club! {Win One Today!}

I'm linking up with The Applicious Teacher to share my Homework Club!

**Today (7/7- happy birthday to my dad!!!) I'm adding a few more goodies to my Homework Club pack, bringing the total pages to over 70!**

Last week Tara posted her cute Homework Club display for her Monday Made-It post and it got me re-thinking about my homework club in my classroom.

Homework is tricky because, when students are young, if it doesn't get completed, it is a home issue not a student issue.  However, I also believe that we have to teach our students to succeed in spite of things they may be facing at home and an easy way we can do that is to encourage responsibility when it comes to homework.  One way I've found to do that is with a club... because kids love clubs!

Do you do a "Homework Club"?  I've been doing one since 2006 and it's a huge hit every year.  Basically, students can join the club each month just by completing their homework!  My kiddos don't know this (so don't tell them!) but they can secretly miss one assignment here and there and I don't make a fuss about it.  I know my teacher bag sits full and lonely many a night when I just can't get to the "homework" I brought for myself to do, so I try to be understanding for my students.  BUT, I do hold them accountable and try to develop that responsibility and pride in a job well done.

I just jazzed up all of my "Homework Club" resources and have them at TpT.

Each month, my students who stay in the club get to eat their lunch in the room with me and they each get an award...

And a homework pass they can cash in during a homework crisis...

I also display their names in my classroom for the month.  I think I'm going to put them in the hallway this coming year so everyone can share in our celebration!

I jazzed up my display a bit too...

I also have "Homework Club" brag tags from Image Stuff.  Not every kid gets one every month, but I choose two or three at random each month to receive one!  They love it!

I also use my monthly check lists (love 'em!) to keep my own private daily record of my students' homework completion.  Click HERE to check them out!

I just posted the whole jazzed up version of my Homework Club pack on TpT and I'm pretty proud of it!  You can check it out by clicking the pic below.  If you'd like to win a copy, leave me a homework related comment and I'll choose a winner late Sunday!
 Check out my Homework Club on TpT!

104 comments:

  1. This resource looks wonderful! I have my students fill out a missing homework slip when they don't bring in an assignment. They are required to get it signed and return it to school the next day. Since I have been using the slips, I have less missing homework. I would love to have a positive reinforcement to bring in homework.

    I agree with you, sometimes I let one or two assignments slip through without a lot fuss.

    Foreman Teaches

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  2. I totally agree with you that with the little ones incomplete homework is a family thing not just a kid thing. But I love the idea of a "club", because you are so right about kids and clubs. I send home a Homework Folder on Monday that contains about 3 worksheets/activities and students have all week to complete it. Most kids do, but it seems like the ones who need the review the most aren't consistent about completing it. The "club" would definitely give them an incentive! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Michelle
    mcoop1125@gmail.com

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  3. I have tried so many different ways to reinforce students to complete and turn in homework, from sending home all the work in a folder for the week, a ticket drawing for completed work, notes/calls home about missing work, etc. I have parents that don't want homework and parents that want a lot of homework! I like your idea and Tara's with the club, this might work as students love to eat in the room with the teacher!

    Mary
    Teaching Special Kids

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  4. I love it! I've never done a homework club before, looks like I need to start. Great idea and fabulous job!!!

    Kerry

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  5. I too send a packet home on Mondays with the Thursday math packet to follow. When T-ball season arrives, I notice a drop off in homework completion. I love the idea for a Homework Club! I think I'll try that this year.

    Beth

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  6. I'm definitely going to start a homework club! I teach a combination class of third and fourth grade. This will really help in keeping me organized with tracking homework!

    RaeAnne
    rbailey1970@live.com

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  7. I LOVE your homework club!!! So cute!

    Jennifer
    jennkeys @ gmail . com

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  8. After reading about your homework club last year I tried it. It worked with most, but we required their parents sign off on their homework nightly in their planners- that didn't work for some. Still a work in progress
    Michelle
    inlikeflynnm@yahoo.com

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  9. I seriously love this. I struggle with managing homework in my 5th grade classroom... nothing seems to work. There are the kids that just don't bother with homework, ever. There are the kids that always do their work, too, and I feel like they don't get rewarded. I love your solution! Totally added it to my TpT wishlist. :)

    Mandy
    Caffeine and Lesson Plans

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  10. I love this whole idea. My school does HEROES - which is an acronym for Honorable Excellent Responsible Organized Energetic Students. Anyway, if students have turned in their homework all quarter there's a big field trip (pool, bowling alley, movie, etc.) I really want to add something that motivates my students in the mean time though. I'm definitely checking this out!

    Courtney
    4thGradeSprinkles

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  11. I agree homework not getting done in the primary grades is usually more of a home issue than a kid issue. Love this cute idea to try to help motivate them. I always see a drop off in the spring when soccer starts, so maybe this will keep them going!

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  12. Homework has always been a challenge in my room because the home support is just not there. I like your comment that students need to be responsible no matter which adversity they are facing. With this thought in mind, I am excited to begin a homework club! Thank you for the inspiration!

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  13. I LOVE this idea!! This gives the kids that might not do well.... something to strive for! I teach 2nd and think this would really get the kids motivated! :) YOU ROCK!

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  14. This is an awesome idea. I think it will make all students want to complete their homework to be in the club! It is hard when homework is not a priority at home. However, this might motivate students to be more responsible for their own work. Great idea!

    Ashley
    ashley58926@hotmail.com

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  15. This is amazing! I'm moving back down to second grade after teaching upper grades the past two years, and I'd love to use this to help build responsibility early. Such a good idea!

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  16. I love this. You are right about it being a home issue when it isn't completed. Then when it happens time after time, the students think it is ok. Then you have the students that play sports and their excuse is that they didn't have time. This last year was my worst year with students completing homework. I don't do a homework club but I need to.

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  17. Love your Homework Club idea and packet!! In 4th and 5th we struggle so with undone homework, also, and I agree that in a large part it is a family issue. Still, we are the ones who are left to deal with it. :) This year, we are going to try doing a Fun Friday activity for those who have no late work out...still working on just what the criteria will be to qualify, but we are thinking of having guests in to share their talents and hobbies, board game choice days, scrabble or chess tournaments, free choice day, movie day, cooking day, outdoors games or free time days, etc. We are hoping that it might be a motivator and serve as a catch-up time for those who need the time. What we have done in the past is Homeworkopoly,which is great, but so time consuming, and the last two years, we've done an economy system where they earn "dollars" and pay for priviledges or consequences, and then have a huge auction at the end of the year. That has worked pretty well and the auction is a lot of fun...as they say, "Money talks". :)

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  18. This would be a wonderful resource to have in my classroom. i send home homework on Mondays with the instructions to bring it back completed on the following Monday. If I am lucky I might get 1/3 of my students work back. This pack displayed might encourage more of my students to return their homework. What a wonderful idea.

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  19. Wow! This looks wonderful! I'm switching from grade 1 to grade 4/5 this year and according to their past teachers, this group is notorious for not completing their homework. Hopefully this will help!

    Kelly

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  21. This looks like a positive way to motivate students. I will be teaching 4th grade for the first time next year and would love to implement this. Thanks for the giveaway!
    jkmatuch@aol.com

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  22. I love your homework club idea! I've read your past posts about it and it got me very interested! Homework is seriously the death of me! I get sick of keeping track of it, trying to instil responsibility into them to do it, and have appropriate consequences when they don't. It's so hard! I think incentive, like a homework club would be awesome! And you are right, kids love clubs! It would sure ease my daily homework headache!

    Love it!
    Lindsey
    Mrs. Johnson's Little Prowlers
    littleprowlers.blogspot.com

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  23. Love this idea! Will be new to First Grade next year and have been wondering how I would handle homework. I think a "club" is a great idea.
    arusso@culpeperschools.og

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  24. I LOVE your homework club idea!! I have students who homeschool three out of five days a week who absolutely need to turn in their completed work. I love this incentive!! Thanks for sharing!

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  25. This is awesome, especially since I get so fed up with the not doing homework situation. I end up not even checking homework because of the frustration it causes me and my students. My fingers are crossed!

    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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  26. My kids have the hardest time doing their homework, I don't know what is it! It drives me bananas! I've been seeing so many homework clubs lately and I can't wait to jump on the bandwagon for next year's class! You're homework club is so complete and cute! Thanks for inspiring :)

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  27. I have a weekly homework packet. When the students bring it back it gets them a ticket to play homeworkoply. The problem is its always the same kids. I really like how you are proposing to use your packet. I am moving to 1st grade so would love to try it. Thanks for all your ideas.

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  28. I love the idea of a homework club! I think it would be a great motivator for my students!
    jennifermeyer1@hotmail.com

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  29. Awesome idea! I tried Homeworkopoly before and just found it was too hard to keep up with. This seems manageable!
    Amy
    3 Teacher Chicks

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  30. I started a homework hotspot last year so that it was easier for me to see who wasn't turning it in. They would fill out a paper with their name and date and stick it in their box if they had forgotten to complete their assignment. I try not to overwhelm my students with homework because I know at a young age it is beyond their control. The homework club sounds like a great way to reward students who turn it in and encourage those who don't always complete the assignment to work on it the next time. Love the packet!

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  31. I have been doing Homework-opoly each week and my 2nd graders love it! I would love to do this in addition to Homework-opoly as an extra incentive.

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  32. Love your homework club. I usually give out tickets for completed homework. When they have 10 I do a lunch bunch with them. They seem to love it and it's nothing that I have to pay out of pocket for. :)

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  33. I love the idea of a homework club. I have been doing Homeworkopoly but the management of that can become cumbersome. I love that each month the kids have a chance (with a few passes) for a certificate, lunch and being posted on the Honmework Wall of Fame. You have organized it all so beautifully. When I first saw it this morning I immediately pinned it and put it on my wishlist. However- I really hope to win it. Thank you for the contest.

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  34. What a great way to motivate kids to do their homework!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  35. What A Fun And Great Incentive For Students! Some Students Don't Have The Home Support So I Think This Would Be A Great Way To Motivate And Recognize Their Responsibility In Completing Homework.I Always Love Your Ideas!

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  36. I love this idea! I teach Kindergarten and many of the parents didn't take homework seriously last year. I think a homework club would help the students motivate their parents! I also love the idea of letting the children eat with you in the classroom. We share lunchroom duty and are free every third week so I could easily work this reward into my schedule. Thank you for sharing this great idea!

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  37. This is a nice twist! I have usually had my students fill out an "oops" slip that must be taken home and signed. I have parents who don't care some who lose it if their child brings one home. I really don't make a big deal if it is an occasional slip. I love the idea off eating in the classroom as a reward. What a good way to motivate students to be responsible.

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  38. Love your idea---I reward with an extra daily sticker if homework is returned but would love to use your idea/kit!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Renee
    stewartr@greenvilleisd.com

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  39. Homework is such a headache in my room so this would be ideal! thanks

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  40. Great idea. Kids quickly become engaged when you call something "a club." It's kind of like when you say, "We're going to play a game!"

    Thanks for sharing your great products.
    Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  41. I love the idea of a homework club! Our team holds a grade level reward each Friday for all students who complete their homework and classwork for the week. Kids get a choice to play outside, watch a movie, or participate in an art activity. This would be a great addition to what we already do. Hopefully this will motivate those kids who rarely do their homework. Thanks for sharing and I hope I win!

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  42. Love this idea! We also use Brag Tags as homework incentives! Your club would work perfectly with them! Thanks for sharing!
    Laura
    Peace, Love, and First Grade

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  43. Hi there! I have something similar going on in my room. The table that has completely done all their homework for the day gets points depending on the number of assignments. 4 things=4 points. The table that gets 20 points get a prize. Thank you for sharing all your great ideas. It keeps me going when i am down and out of steam.
    Irene

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  44. What a great idea. I haven't tried a homework club. I think I will this year. Thank you for sharing!

    I also agree that with the little ones it isn't always their fault that the homework isn't completed.

    Tracy
    Traeebae@gmail.com

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  45. This is fantastic! I had a hard time with homework this past year and I am hoping to be better about it in the coming year! By fifth grade I am trying to teach my students that it is their responsibility to do their homework. I hope I win!

    Rosie
    rose.loiacono@gmail.com

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  46. ugh i hate homework! i wish i didn't have to deal with it at all, but it seems most parents insist on it. so i do it, but since deep down, i don't care, i've been terrible at tracking it. i've revamped my homework policy for september since i'm moving to second grade...a quick half sheet of language, half sheet of math, plus one page of spelling from the series we have and 20 minutes of reading (they will check out a leveled book). So, to go with this new improved plan, I'm looking for something just like this to keep track of it! So thank you for the inspiration AND the opportunity to win. I also LOVE your idea of just randomly picking a few people to give the charms to! Brilliant :)
    Thanks :) Mia

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  47. I absolutely love your homework club! I haven't ever done anything very thrilling as a homework incentive. The idea of just calling it a club will make my 4th graders want to do it!

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  49. I love your homework idea. When I taught third grade we did a homework -opoly. Of course third graders can be held more accountable for their work. Id like to try your club idea with my Kunders. Even if it motivates parents to help - it'll be successful.
    Lisa

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  50. I love this idea of having a homework club for each month. I'm definitely trying to figure out how I want to display this in my class as I have seen so many different ways via pinterest! Thanks :0)

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  51. The homework club sounds like a good motivator. I have parents sign in each child's homework folder each night. I think a homework club might be a help to both parents and students.

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  52. I think I will give this a try in the upcoming year. I know that my daughter was excited every month she made it in the homework club in her classroom. I also like the idea of forgiving them for missing a couple of assignments. :)

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  53. I saw that you have pinned this on pinterest earlier today and repined it! My homework needs some major help! I tried a punch card this past year, but it didn't work for me. I need to have more motivators for the students to be excited for homework and your homework club packet is perfect! I just love this packet!

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  54. I love your homework club packet! It keeps it positive and motivating without punishing students who do not have as much support at home. What a great concept!

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  55. I love your homework club! I did something similar toward the end of the year, but this is geat to be consistent the whole year!

    Brandi
    Success in Second Grade
    successinsecondgrade@gmail.com

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  56. This sounds so totally do-able! I'm so famous for finding something I can't keep up with in regards to HW rewards. But this I think I can do!!
    :)

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  57. Thank you for creating this wonderful homework motivator! One of my school's goals last year was homework for all grade levels. As a second grade teacher, I was afraid that parents would revolt, but many were happy to help their child and were more aware what we were doing in our classroom. A motivator like your pack will bring excitement to homework!!

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  58. Hi!

    As you say, kids just love "clubs". I think I'll try your idea this year in my kindergarten class. Thanks for sharing!

    Carol T.

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  59. A homework club is a fabulous idea! My second grade students love the idea of "clubs" and think it is the coolest thing ever : ) I might toy with the idea of an AR club ! Lindsey - lmburto@gmail.com

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  60. I have never used the idea of a homework club before. I'm excited to check it out!

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  61. Great Idea! I am new to second grade & would love to use this next year. I have never had any experience with homework because I taught kinder & we did not do homework. This is all new to me. I started a blog a little over a week ago & am wanting to do some freebies & share some great ideas just like you! Come visit me & give me some tips ... Thanks!
    http://allsmilesin2ndgrade.blogspot.com/

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  63. I love this idea! My co-teacher and I had such issues with homework last year and we have been discussing ways to change our procedures. I am excited to try this out! Thank you for such a great idea! :)

    swarstler@bryanschools.net

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  64. This is a fabulous resource! I could really use something like this set to keep track of homework in my 3rd grade classroom. I teach in a Title I Magnet elementary school and have a lot of students who struggle to complete homework as they do not have much support at home. I think that this tool would really help to motivate all of my students to complete more homework.
    Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  65. I've had years where kids were great about returning homework and years where it was a continual struggle. Love that this rewards those who are doing what they should and encourage those who need it.
    duerd@capetigers.com

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  66. This looks like an awesome resource! I can see this working in my classroom! I've had great success with doing weekly homework packets...they go home on Monday & are due back on Friday. That way, homework can adjust to families' schedules: a birthday party on Tuesday? Jr. can do Tuesday's homework on Monday or Wednesday! It just all has to be turned in on Friday. I also 3-hole punch the packets so they're clipped into their binders...not so easy to lose it! ;)

    Brenda
    primaryinspired@gmail.com

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  67. A homework club is a great idea for positive homework reinforcement. Thanks for sharing. kdeyo@spsmail.org

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  68. What a great resource. Thanks for doing all the grunt work!
    MSBEE61@live.com

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  69. Homework always causes me a bit of stress. I have had the most success by sending home a packet and study guide every Friday with my newsletter and having it due the following Friday. That way, students can complete it whenever their schedule allows. Love the homework club resource (along with all of your others!). Thanks!

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  70. I agree with homework being a home issue and not a students! This will be my 7th year of teaching but will be my first year in 3rd, I'm buying this packet whether I win or not!! Already clicked it to save in my wish list! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  71. I LOVE the idea of a Homework Club!!!! I will definitely be putting one into place this year :)

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  72. my 2nd grade team is starting homework this coming year, so this pack will be most helpful. I am curious, do you give all the homework on Monday for them to complete throughout the week, or is it given out every day? Also, for the kids who are missing assignments, when or how are they made up? are homework assignments ever checked as a whole class? Thanks so much for the chance to win!! abc_teacher@yahoo.com

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  73. I put the date/assignment on the board along with the student's name or number so they (I) can see what is missing. If it doesn't come back the next day, the student must take an extra from my extra box to do during recess or at home depending on the assignment. I will also email parents after a few days. I love the idea of a HW club though. I think that would give my kids a little extra motivation. Jenny, I tend to check most of my HW whole class. That way they can see what they did wrong and make corrections. My students also can ask questions about missed questions.

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  74. I need a quick-fix, easy way to keep up with homework & assigning it! I can't wait to win/buy this one ;)

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  75. I have never done a homework club before so this sounds interesting! It may be a good way to incentivize (like my vocab?) those who have no follow-up at home. Hmmmmm...

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  76. I haven't done a homework club before, but I'm thinking I will this year. All of your goodies sure look like they will help! I'm revamping a lot this year and I LOVE your ideas!
    Vicky
    phillips_v@nrschools.org

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  77. We do a monthly Homework Heroes! I was amazed that just taking a picture of everyone who was a Homework Hero was an incentive in itself! I let the group decide where they wanted the picture taken and if it was to be serious or funny! I post the picture in the room and at the end of the year we raffle off the pictures. You would think "it's the next best thing to sliced bread!" We also give each student a "mercy card" each 9 weeks and they can use it for a incomplete or missing homework assignment without consequence. That works well also. Homework is always an issue and anything we can do to help...
    Nancy
    nancydrav4@hotmail.com

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  78. Bless you! I love how you comment on the fact that non-completed homework is more a symptom of some home situation. I teach second and feel that homework is important for establishing responsibility and continuing communication.
    The best part of kids not turning in homework is the stories that go along with it.
    I got the dog ate my homework story from a student this year. When I made a puzzling face at him he said "I thought teachers were supposed to believe that story!" And the stories of I was too busy I had baseball practice. Etc. etc.
    Thanks for your great suggestions <3

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  79. Trying to find a system that is rewarding, not punishing for homework. Thinking I might need to try out some of your stuff :)

    Erin
    brummettmath.blogspot.com

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  80. I usually do a homework packet that I send home on Monday and have students return on Friday. I am looking to revamp it a bit and make it more exciting and this may do the trick!! :-)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something To Treasure
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  81. I love that you give the students a day here or there to not get their homework done. Sometimes we forget what it's like to be kids! I would love to win this and I think it would be great for me to use in 5th grade (since I'm being moved this upcoming year). Thanks for sharing! :)

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  82. I would love to win! :) I've been thinking about starting a HW club this year. I hope it can help my students get more HW done!!

    davis.ashleyb@gmail.com

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  83. I am intrigued by this idea. This sounds like it would be fun for kids. I am thinking about starting one. Do you tell the kids it is a homework club, just not that they can miss one or two? Don't they ask you about why they are still on it, if they see their name?
    saljo023@gmail.com

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  84. Thanks again for posting, Christina! I love the idea of a homework club. Pinning the idea again to share! :)

    Leigh
    The Applicious Teacher

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  85. Love your packet. Just what I need to help with homework this year. Love all of your products. Thanks for the chance to win. Tccam71@comcast.net. Tamara

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  86. Love your packet. Just what I need to help with homework this year. Love all of your products. Thanks for the chance to win. Tccam71@comcast.net. Tamara

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  87. I LOVE your "Homework Club"! This will be a huge incentive for students to complete their homework. Thanks for being so creative!!

    tacook@ucschools.org

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  88. I love the idea of a homework club. I totally agree that many students do not complete homework due to lack of support at home. We are told at my campus that we must give homework, I try to limit it to basic practice that can be completed without help from an adult, spelling practice, math facts, nightly reading. I think the club would help to encourage students to complete their practice.
    Stacy

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  89. I, like so many of you, think homework is important. My dilemma has been....assigning homework that doesn't require any (very little) parent help. I hear a lot from my parents that by the time they get off work, dinner started and served, etc. they don't have any energy or patients left to help their child with homework. I am very curious in hearing what you assign for 2nd or 3rd graders for homework. I need something fun and applicable/meaningful so the kids will really want to complete it. I love your packet and I love those tags you use. I really appreciate you sharing this post and I look forward to learning what you assign.

    Thanks so much!
    Debra

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  90. I love this idea, and your product looks great so you should be proud of it! I usually keep track during the week and students can only participate in Fun Friday if they have turned in all their homework for the week. This usually gives me pretty good results (plus I have really cooperative parents....sorry to those of you that struggle in this area). This would be a fun way to celebrate responsibility!

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    1. Hi Heather- our kids just have spelling and an RRJ {Reading Response Journal}. If you search my blog for Speller's Choice and Reading Response Journal you can learn more about them both.

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  91. Homework is such hard thing for the little ones. I really struggled on how to handle it with my kids this year since many of them did not want to turn it in. Kids were supposed to read every night for 20 minutes and would either have a quick worksheet to review what we had learned or something as simple as practicing math facts for 10 minutes. At this age I am just trying to teach them responsibility for the older grades. I like the idea of a homework club, it may be a great incentive for the students who do not turn their work in.

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  92. Absolutely love this! I'm definitely buying it if I don't win. You are so talented! :)

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  93. This is great! I had this on my to do list to make...and well, not any more! I plan on making a display for students to all start in the club. Over the month they will get a "oops pass" because like you said, things happen. I plan on making some of those and blogging a bit about it once I have it all set up!

    Tonya
    Tonya’s Treats for Teachers

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