- Some questions frequently asked by houseowners : homework assignment help for fourth grade special needs children?
♥ i am hoping that someone has knowledge of a good resource book for homework. i serve four fourth graders with iqs in the low to mid 60s in a resource setting. obviously, they aren't ready to do grade level homework independently, but they are required to have something sent home nightly in addition to reading. any one have any suggestions for something to implement quickly? making copies or buying a reasonably priced book/system isn't an issue. (my assistant is getting her own classroom and the second resource position is currently open. putting something in place quick is of the essence!) thank you, but it is a district requirement for it to be academic. i'm hoping someone has a workbook or something of the sorts that they could recommend.what a fourth grader needs to study?
♥ how can i improve my brain? and improve my math skills, and do better in school and get better grades?
♥ what things or activities can i do to get my brain healthier and stronger? and what kind of food and drinks could i could eat and drink to keep and maintain my brain in good shape as well? also what do i need to do to help my brain remember stuff easier and faster in my classes , and have hard time to remember stuff especially when having to remember stuff in school.homework????
♥ my daughter started 1st grade this week and she has had homework every night (not hard stuff, fill in the blanks from the group of words, basic addition and subtraction, stuff she learned in kg). i thought this was great but but a couple of my friends with children in the same grade say their children don't have homework yet. how far into the school year are you supposed to start getting homework and take home projects?my 7 year old daughter doesn't like to do math?
♥ she is in 1st grade and it seems she struggles with her math homework. or maybe she just doesn't like to do it. yesterday we were doing her math where it would it 29 __ 31 and she acted like she didn't know what came in between. she knows how to count to 100 but this happens with her math all the time. she should know how to do simple addition such as 8 4 etc. as well but for some reason she just don't or don't want to do it and we both get frustrated. anyone have any suggestions on how to help her? or how to make things easier? thanks :.