INTERNET RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
 
Great Kids Milestone - http://milestones.greatkids.org/ 
Features essential skills in reading, writing and math by grade level and subjects.  
 
Parent Roadmap to Common Core Standards - http://www.cgcs.org/domain/36
Provide guidance to parents on what their children will be learning and how they can support them in learning in grades K-8.  They also provide three year snapshots showing how selected standards progress from year to year so that students will be college and career ready upon graduation from high school.
 
PBS Parents - http://www.pbs.org/parents/ PBS Dog
PBS Parents is committed to providing valuable educational resources for parents and caregivers.  The Education section offers strategies for building literacy and math skills, book recommendations and other content related to school.   

Includes School & Learning, Books & Reading, Activities and Family Life.
 
Features Motivation Station which offers creative and useful ideas for motivating students, Homework HELP resources which includes online videos, tutorials, and simulations, and WebMATH for those struggling with math homework.
 
There are many things you can do to help your child become a better reader.  Please use the AR Book Finder to search for AR books.  You can use the “Quick Search” tab to find a title, author, or subject.
 
Wonderopolis - http://wonderopolis.org/
Wonderopolis was created by the National Center for Family Literacy to foster discovery, creativity and imagination for learners of all ages through themed "Wonders of the Day."
 
Everywhere you look, the wonders of science both big and small are just waiting to be explored. Take a look around your home and your community. You will find boundless laboratories full of mystery, excitement and surprise. Have some family fun completing activities designed to tap the innovator within all of us...in the Science of Everyday Life

This is a website where families will get to learn more about space and earth science through the use of challenging interactive games and projects.
 
Smithsonian Education for Familiies - http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/families/index.html
Smithsonian Education helps families learn about topics like history, science, and social studies. It provides learning materials in multiple formats: games, articles, experiments, and a searchable resource library.
 
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