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Swap Ideas Day
|edHelper's suggested reading level:||grades 4 to 5|
|Flesch-Kincaid grade level:||7.16|
Swap Ideas Day
By Beth Beutler
1 On September 10, our class was participating in "Swap Ideas Day." Our teacher asked us to bring in two ideas related to each of the following topics:
2 Ideas about Handling Homework
3 Ideas about Getting Chores Done
4 Ideas about Getting Along with Others
5 I had spent a lot of time in my room the night before, trying hard to think of something. Eventually, a few ideas came to me. I wrote them down, and when everyone got to school, we put all our ideas in a bucket. The teacher began drawing them out and reading them to us. Here are some of the ideas we came up with:
6 Ideas About Handling Homework
7 -Do homework immediately after getting home.
8 -Have a special place to do homework, and keep it supplied with everything you need.
9 -Do some homework on the bus or in the car, like reading or studying.
10 -Keep a neat assignment notebook.
11 -Don't procrastinate! Start projects within a day of getting the assignment. Don't wait until the last minute.
12 Ideas about Getting Chores Done
13 -Get up 15 minutes earlier each day and do your chores then.
14 -Do chores as soon as you get home from school.
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