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    The No Homework Binder- when kids dont do their homework, they have to write the date, assignment, and why they didnt do it. Can show at parent conferences!!!

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    Now why didn't I think of this???

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    I would use this for students who finish quickly and miss a lot of problems - love this idea! Parents would know if their child was rushing through.

    One teacher says: "I have virtually eliminated having to remember who turned in assignments late by stamping every piece of paper I collect with the date before the kids turn it in. The bonus? I don't even have to do it - they like it so much that they've actually started doing more of their work on time so they can stamp their own. It's crazy."

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    Looks like these are what I will need to use until my school system gets some more money for the student response system.

    On a due date, if a student does not have his/her assignment, he/she must fill out one of these yellow sheets and turn it in in place of said assignment. It asks for basic information like the assignment title, due date, and student signature. I think this would be great to send home in the students' Friday folders to keep parents aware...What a great idea!!!


    At the beginning of every month, everyone starts off in the homework club. If they turn all their homework in on time, then they get to stay in the club! If they don't then they are out of the club. Students who turn all their homework in for the entire month get to come to our monthly homework club lunch.

    if students forget to complete a homework assignment, they must independently go to the book, turn to their tabbed section, and record the date, the assignment, their excuse, and complete their assignment. (add a column for completed assignment date)

    FREE Homework Incentive~ When the entire class completes a homework assignment on time, hang up one flag. With the letters in "homework" and a starting and ending decorative flag, there are 10 flags in all. When the banner is complete, give the class extra recess, a homework pass,or whatever incentive works for your classroom. The toughest part of this plan-- laminating the reusable flag pennants. Great, new twist on a tried-and-true idea!