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    The only one of those I've heard of is Reading Eggs but the school doesn't ask us to do it at home. You have to pay for Reading Eggs, does the school pay for home use or are parents expected to subscribe?

    DDs homework is a nightly reader, weekly homework sheet, and 3 speaking assignments a term. No computer work prescribed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    The only one of those I've heard of is Reading Eggs but the school doesn't ask us to do it at home. You have to pay for Reading Eggs, does the school pay for home use or are parents expected to subscribe?

    DDs homework is a nightly reader, weekly homework sheet, and 3 speaking assignments a term. No computer work prescribed.
    We pay it with our school fees. It's not much, like $20 or something for each Mathletics and Reading Eggs.


 

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