I teach third grade and use the Everyday Math program. My question is how do you grade the math boxes? I give the students a letter grade for Math Boxes and Assessments. I do not grade Home Links. Students get about the last 15 minutes in class to work on Math Boxes. As they finish, they raise their hand and I check their work. I circle problems that are wrong and star problems that are right. This way they are learning from their mistakes right away. It also makes correcting easier for me. Students then are able to fix the problems they got incorrect, to learn from their mistakes. I'm finding however that their grades are really better than they should be b/c their Math Box grades end up being so high. When I taught 2nd grade, I didn't grade Math Boxes, but I feel in third grade that I need more in the grade book than just assessments. My co-worker lets them fix mistakes later and then averages the two grades, but that's A LOT of work. What do you do?