Do you send home homework for your students to complete? I work for our county preschool special needs program and I will be working in a district I haven't worked in before (in Ohio we have many districts within the county rather than a county-wide district like I know some other states have). Another teacher who works in that district told me that she sends home a worksheet every week for the parents to do with their child. She said that they can do it if they want and send it back if they want, but it's up to them, and parents in that district expect it. I really respect this teacher and we share very similar educational philosophies. I'm all for educating parents on best practice, but on the other hand I don't want to cause any problems or jeopardize my relationship with the district (since I am not directly employed by them). I would like to give parents something to work on at home with their child, but I'd like it to be as developmentally appropriate as possible and low maintenance for me. So, after my really long explanation of WHY I'm asking the question, can you tell me about homework you send home with your students? Or, if you know of any links, I welcome them! Thanks! I hope I'm not over-posting! I used to frequent this board 5 or 6 years ago under a different name (that foolishly included my real name) and I needed a new one for some anonymity!