Z has two periods of Language Arts (γλώσσα or GLOW-sa) everyday. Below are her book and workbook, covered in the coolest book covers, and her notebooks (τετράδια or tet-RA-dhi-a). The notebooks are very important in school here, as we've discovered. I really like the organization they engender, but I have no idea for what the orange and red ones are used.
The blue notebook (in the foreground) contains sentences that Z has to copy out of her language books. It's called αντιγραφή (an-ti-graf-EE) in Greek, but I think we'd call it "copywork" in English. The teacher requires a picture of whatever Z has written. The orange (in the middle) is for dictations, but also other things. I don't really understand how they relate, but I am sure there's some reason behind it. The red notebook (at the back) is the most mysterious of all. When I ask Z how it's used, she can't explain it. I think she writes notes from the classroom in it, but she also uses it to answer questions out of her book.