How does homework affect your social and home life?

How does homework affect your social and home life?

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“Doing it helps you pass and finishing is important. For me, it usually takes 15-30 minutes,” seventh grade student Zackary Koch said.
“I usually do my work a little after I get home so I can play. I also will take breaks in between studying, and it usually takes 30 minutes,” seventh grader Alnaya Shields said.
“It sometimes keeps me from talking to my friends. It will also keep me up at night but it only takes 30 minutes to do,” ninth grader Elaina Wallace said.
“It usually doesn’t affect my social or home life. It usually takes like 30 minutes each night. It can cut down my free time,” eighth grader Jason Carr-Keefe said.
“It keeps me from talking to my friends and makes me have less free time than on the weekends or when I don’t have school work to do. It only takes me and hour at the most,” ninth grader Renee Barr said.
“For me, homework usually only takes like two hours. It can cut into my social life. For the most part it keeps me busy, and I’ll have to eat late or got to bed late,” ninth grader Sophie Laich said.
“I don’t really have a social life, so homework doesn’t affect that. Also, my family usually understands that sometimes I can’t hang out with them because of homework or projects that I need to do,” ninth grader Cassandra Shields said.
“With doing homework or projects I get to meet new people, and I get higher grades. I normally do my homework right when I get home,” seventh grader Joshua Hamilton said.
“When I get homework or projects I usually can’t get other things done. Also, my family will wait to eat until I’m done, so we usually eat late and I don’t get a lot of sleep,” eighth grade student Johnny Schmidhammer said.
“I loose a lot of free time and I have to wait to eat. I also don’t get as much sleep that I want,” eighth grader Simon Chen said.