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I gave him MY own homework when he came home.
We read history/geography/science
there are TONS of workbooks, websites, resources etc where you can get worksheets


This.

My Q is advanced and we have to keep him engaged on our own. This usually involves activities (sports), since I cannot round that out on my own, but extra reading, learning about A Topic He Is Interested In in a trip to the library, build-it-yourself kits....all those things can supplement learning.

Her Bootiness needs extra help in reading and math, but is "good enough" that she no longer qualifies for help through the school. Again, we supplement at home with worksheets and extra reading and trips to the library...

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