Here's the first side of her homework (and you can see her working on it in the video at the end of this post). Per her OT's direction, I outline the top line in green, the middle line in yellow and the bottom line in red to help her see and understand the size and relationship of the letters. She knows how to form all the letters well, but size and placement is her next challenge. Four days a week, this is her homework: writing on one side and math on the other. It takes about 20-30 minutes each day.
Here's the math side. The top part, she completed all by herself: she's improved a lot at counting one-to-one, so she can count the tens and then count the ones. And she understands (from this format, or does she really understand the concept?) that 2 tens and 3 ones is 23. The bottom part of the math is impossible for her to complete without my assistance, helping her count on my fingers and add and subtract from the fingers I hold up. She knows all addition doubles: 1+1=2, 2+2=4, 3+3=6, 4+4=8 and 5+5=10, but other addition facts and subtraction facts have not yet stuck.
And here's the video of her writing the sentence above: