It is a little gratifying when report cards are good, and you know all the homework battles were not fought in vain.
Sooo, what's the correct answer? Maybe it's my slight Philly accent, but none of these share the same 'a' sound as 'sale'.
Unless you pronounce 'sale' like the name 'Sal', it doesn't share the sound with 'sad' (which I think is what they consider correct). 'Basket' or 'sand' has the same 'a' sound, to me.
"Today we had to work with partners and I was with the unsmartest kid in the class."
Ha! Just wait till he gets stuck with a useless crew for a group project in college.
Less standardized testing? But how will we know if our kids are smart...?
I mean, the story was about a preacher, so B is entirely plausible haha I think he should get half credit at least ;)
As school pictures start to come home, let's flashback to this. I think it's 4th grade, which puts me at the same age as B.
4th grader was 1 of 2 kids who completed his summer reading.
2nd grader was 1 of 3 kids who completed his summer reading.
So apparently I'm the only idiot (or one of very few) who makes her kids read. Good to know.
Yes. Focus on the WHY.
What is the point of sending home an uncompleted study guide? How do we know that we're studying the correct answers? Wouldn't it make sense to send it home a couple days early, then review and correct it in class?
(I'm honestly asking.)
I'm nervous to get the scores, but have already decided not to put too much weight on them.
(Also, the spelling error in the article bugs me.)
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