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Wordless Wednesday

I know I have been missing for a bit, but I thought I would link up with Christina at Sugar and Spice for Wordless Wednesday.

My son is currently in the Third Grade.  He is a self-contained Autism classroom for about half of the day and gen ed for the rest of the day.  My son's Autism teacher and I agreed that he should do the gen ed homework, because he is super smart {if I do say so myself} and can do the work. 

Well, yesterday he came home with a math homework page that I had to google how to help him.  I felt really silly that I had no idea what a tape diagram was.  However, I asked a couple teachers at my school today about it, and they had no idea either.  I have to say I felt so much better!  :)

Has your child ever came home from school with a homework assignment that you had no idea what to do?  I knew this was coming someday.  I just didn't think it would be in Third Grade.  LOL

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  1. I can completely relate! Last year my son's teacher sent home a parent "cheat sheet" for math that defined all of the math terms we might not be familiar with (he was in first grade)!! It was great, it really helped me to help him. Without that, I would have been googling every night.

    1. I'm glad to hear that it's not just me. Great idea to send home a cheat sheet for the parents!

      Thanks for stopping by!


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