Kindergarteners are visual learners. They learn more effectively by seeing things. With this in mind, everything that is taught to a child should emphasize the visual aspects. Since their muscle memory, brainpower and cognitive abilities are just developing and taking shape, the visual presentations that are seen by them create a great impact and have a lingering effect. This will also enhance their comprehensive abilities later in life. So a great way to design a homework schedule would be to engage them in exercises involving visuals. Below are some examples:
The above are some of the tasks that can become part of the schedule. The key lies in choosing the relevant ones every single day of the week based on what has been taught that day in school so that it re-emphasizes what they learned during the day. Another vital element is making them do the homework in an engaging manner by making the tasks interesting so that those tasks don’t turn them off. Rewarding them for each completed task is also a great way to kindergartners WANT to do homework and complete the tasks on time.