My small groups are wrapping up now that our end of the year count down is in single digits. I'm giving my munchkins the weekend to finish up their novels and having our reflective end of year conversations about how much they've learned.
Today I was asked something I've never been asked before.
One of my girls asked for summer homework.
I'm not talking about a book list or packet of worksheets. No, she wanted the rest of the Harry Potter series chunked out into assignments with homework questions, for her summer. She also wanted me to print her copies of my teacher guides so she could quiz herself.
I think I'm flattered?
Does it make me a bad teacher if I say no to making her homework questions?
I told her she can email me or talk to me on my teacher facebook about the books and that seemed to pacify her desires.