Kindergarten Homework 1. Weekly tic-tac-toe homework (Due Fridays) 2. weekly Book Report Homework (Due Fridays) 3. monthly reading logs (Due anytime each month) Do as much as you can. Create a schedule. Make it work for your family. Take breaks when you and your child need it. 1. Read for 20 minutes each night. Write the title of your book on your Reading Log Form due on the first weekday of the month. 2. Practice counting to 100. Practice addition and subtraction math facts each night. If you have mastered single, double, and triple digit adding and subtracting with carrying and borrowing, you may continue onto practicing multipllication math facts. 3. Try to write each night. You can write in a journal or a diary. You can a letter to someone. 4. Try to start practicing telling time on an analog and digital clock. This is one of the most difficult math topics to learn in kindergarten and first grade. Practice telling time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, and minute. 5. If you have a computer, iPad, or other digital device at home, practice the items above online.