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Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Parent Tip of the Day

As a parent have you ever tried to help your children practice or drill for a very specific topic they were having trouble with, yet you had already used up the practice sheets your child brought home?

In 5 minutes using the following website you can create and print your own custom worksheets for practice or drill on most subjects.

Use the Worksheet Generator

Note to teachers: It works for you too if you need to provide additional practice opportunities for children. Subjects range from Math to Social Studies and numerous sub topics.

Most of you know the problem isn't the lack of practice materials available, it is getting the exact one you need for a handful of students that need the extra work.


Anonymous said...

Now if we could just get printable worksheets for high school subjects. I know some books are online but it's too easy for them to choose 1 out of 4 answers on an algebra page online then click the back button and change the answer if the first one was incorrect.

Anonymous said...

I think the last thing that any student of Wawasee schools needs would be more worksheets. The corporation is so paper and pencil oriented our students need ways to apply what they learn not more worksheets. I am apalled by the backward methods still being used by the corporation. Visit Goshen or other nearby schools and you will see new research based best practice being used.
When will we realize that these AR and AM programs are not based on research (other than by the company that sells them) Please let my children have hands on experiences!