This is a PDF full of ideas of how you can help your child at home.
We as parents didn’t learn math the way The Florida Standards/Common Core teaches it. These resources will ensure parents are confident with helping during homework time and more comfortable with this new type of learning.
Math parent guides on the new standards. You can download one for each grade level!
This is a great resource for parents to get information about learning disabilities, IEPs and more!
This website has an easy to follow list of mathematics strategies that would benefit struggling learners.
PBS Parents is a trusted resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning. It also serves as a parent’s window to the world of PBS KIDS, offering access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.
Tips and advice in this section include both general and specific suggestions for how best to provide support as your child progresses through school. The tips for parents offer grade-appropriate ideas for ways in which you can assist your children at home with what they are learning in the classroom. The parent-teacher conference guide includes a checklist that you can use as a reference when discussing your child’s progress with teachers or guidance counselors.
A website full of free parent interactions to help you support your child in math. Includes easy activities for toddlers to 5th grade students.
Don’t have manipulatives to use at home with your child? No problem! You have access to the manipulatives online to help your students with their homework!
This is a holiday gift giving guide to encourage math learning in your household in a fun way!
These are for Spelling, Reading, Writing and Math in both English and Spanish! Download away and enjoy!
Great article for all middle school parents!