H is for…

picture of homework bookH is for…Homework.  You may have heard the saying “Practice makes perfect”. This saying means that the more often you do something, the better at it you become. This is why your teacher or tutor gives you homework. It’s to help you practise so that you become better and faster. It won’t usually take you long to do your homework, so try to do it straight away, while it’s fresh in your mind and before you go out to play.

It’s a good chance for you to make sure that you understand what you have been working on in class or with your tutor. If you do understand and practise you’ll get to be really good at it; if you don’t you will be able to tell your teacher or tutor straight away so that they can help you.

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