Kids Should Not Have Homework

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That way, you’ll know how to act when you’re my age and miserable. Here’s a short list of what my daughter and I have done after school instead of doing homework. We’ve visited the natural history museum to stare at the skull of a triceratops. We’ve dropped in at the bakery, meandered around islands, and taken the car in for service.

That way, you’ll know how to act when you’re my age and miserable. Here’s a short list of what my daughter and I have done after school instead of doing homework. We’ve visited the natural history museum to stare at the skull of a triceratops. We’ve dropped in at the bakery, meandered around islands, and taken the car in for service.(Not everything has been fun for her.) I’ve shuttled her around to cello lessons and swim lessons and soccer games.

Kids are assigned daily homework from the time they start kindergarten at the ripe young age of five. Does it even help better learning or even higher test scores?

The amount of homework we do wastes time, money, paper, and trees because it’s practically the exact same thing we did in class that day.

Our parents could also have a goodnight sleep without having to worry about us failing their classes because of homework.

Teachers will also gain out of no homework because they don’t have to deal with grading messy handwriting and awful grammar.

An added bonus: no more grading homework assignments!

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As bad as it is having to strong-arm one kid through a pile of worksheets, imagine having to grade the stack of worksheets from 20 kids! And what’s better in the long run — a teacher who burns the midnight oil marking up busywork, or one who’s given free time of her own every evening?

The kids are held to high standards, and they follow a strict schedule.

But when they’re outside the classroom — at recess, at home — that’s the time for play.

I still remember the dread of high school homework. If the munchkins scribble through a dozen worksheets every weeknight, well then they must not be stupidheads. What if our neighborhood was full of derelict buildings instead of landscaped yards?

Explicating poems, deciphering geometry theorems and balancing chemical equations. My daughter is a typical kid, and I’m a stay-at-home-dad. No way in hell she’s doing 80 multiplication problems every night.

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