Christmas Workbook Cover & New Year Calendars

I’m not sure if Hugo is psychic or just reads your commentsย ย but in any case he’s got perfect timing with the new cover for the Christmas Workbook sheets!

Ninja Tip: ย Remember these are the review sheets you give the kids to take home and show their parents. ย You can find all the otherย workbooks on this page.

And Margit also wrote in to ask for a Homework Calendar for next year.

We also added in another circle for “Phonics” so your kids can get homework points for reading homework too if you are that far along the curriculum.

I’ll also, fingers crossed, be opening up the Software Homework Programme to new participants, for a few days, sometime later on this month. ย (Provided I get through all my other work!) ย So keep an eye on the blog.

Enjoy and do let us know what you need next!

Be genki,



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5 Responses to “Christmas Workbook Cover & New Year Calendars”

  1. Amy

    Love the graphics! Iยดm going to have to look into the homework program and see if I can pull it off this year.

    I have a grammar question for you. Looking at the homework calendar page above it says “Total up how many homeworks the kids did this month” Now Iยดm from the U.S. and am fully aware there are many differences between British and American English so tell me if Iยดm wrong here but isnยดt “homework” uncountable? So the phrase would read, “Total up how much homework the kids did this month” or “how many homework points”. Let me know if itยดs different in British English or just a typo ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Thanks for all your hard work Richard and Hugo!

  2. Richard

    It’s just a modern usage rather than a US/UK thing, any noun can be made countable if you wish!

  3. Alessandra

    great idea for the whole christmas period, just what I was looking for! thank you very much!
    this is going to be a great success. But i missed out vol. 14 (the song on the first page); where can i get that song?

  4. Kathy

    It is really faaaaaantaaaastic!!! thank you so much for this awesome workbook for Christmas!!!

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