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Homework should be banned. Why Homework Is Bad Are you a kid who hates homework!? Well I am one! Did you know that homework leads to bad grades and overwhelmed cranky kids?
It can also lead to stressed out children that can throw fits. Also, homework gives less time for a kid to be a kid. There should be no homework for all children.
Homework has been annoying many children by the fourth grade. At elementary school, especially, this is a bad idea because many young students are known for having very short attention spans. By the time school is out, the kids just want to go home, relax, and be who they are! It is the rare for a child to enjoy homework F.
For some students they can be stressed out when they get home and throw fits and for all students they have been exercising their brains at school all day long and at home they are supposed to relax their brain for the next day at school, and if you are not remembering good blame it on the teacher for putting the subject at the wrong time when the students are tired after recess etc.
So that concludes the end of my persuasive essay top three reasons homework is bad: One country named Finland has already fixed their school system there is no homework there is recess for 75 minutes, students per class and no tests until you are 16 years old.It’s back-to-school time. Time to write THAT letter again.
The letter to my child’s new teacher that explains why our family bans homework.. That’s right. I care about my children’s learning.
That’s why I believe tree forts win over homework. A major cause of agony for Aspergers (high functioning autistic) students, their parents and educators is the unsatisfactory completion of homework.
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From my dad, a DGA Honorary Life Member: (Many of the above, plus) 1- Do your homework. Do your homework.
Do your homework. Then, once it’s time to actually do the show, always look for the unexpected opportunity.