Here are links with suggestions for at home activities and online games.
Funbrain Parents Page: Links to grade level games and printables for reading and math.
Read, Write, Think.org: Click on Resources by Grade for appropriate at-home activities that reinforce reading and writing strategies and skills.
http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/Parent Guide for Accelerated Reader, Accelerated book finder and Home connect.http://www.renlearn.com/parents page/default.aspx
The Common Core Standards
Reading and Math Standards that are being adopted across the nation, including in Pennsylvania.
Fact Fluency (PDF 104 KB)
Article about the Importance of Fact Fluency
Importance of Reading (PDF 38 KB)
Article about the Importance of Nightly Reading
- What You Can do to Help your Child Enjoy Math (PDF 376 KB)
Ways to Encourage Reading Success at Home (PDF 123 KB)
Title 1 Home School Compact (PDF 45 KB)
Recommended Reading (PDF 64 KB)
Books Recommended by the Keystone State Reading Association for Various Ages
Additional Book Titles for Homework Help:
Homework- A Parents Guide to Helping Out without Freaking Out by Neil McNerney, M.Ed.,
Old Dogs, New Math- homework help for puzzled parents by Rob Eastaway and Mike Askew
Homework Made Simple- Tips, Tools, and Solutions for Stress-Free Homework by Ann K.
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