Just for Parents
One of the best sources of information for parents is provided by the Ohio Department of Education. Check out the FREE information and help for parents in working with their children on school projects, internet safety and more. The web site is designed for students, educators and parents.
Here is the link for the INFOhio Parents page:
Another valuable link for kids and parents dealing with internet safety is provided by our government. The site was created by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency. The site includes tips, articles, games, and videos in both English and Spanish. Learn about computer safety and reinforce the seven basic practices for safe computing.
Here is the link for the OnGuardOnline web site:
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LINKS FOR CHILDREN’S READING DEVELOPMENT
Please click on a link below for helping your child to enjoy and progress in reading.
Please click on a link below for fun activities and ways to help your child in reading.
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Phonics
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Phonemic Awareness
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Comprehension
CHOOSING BOOKS TO READ
The Five-Finger Rule
25 Suggested Titles for Parents to Read Aloud
25 Transitional Books for Read-Aloud, Shared & Silent Reading
25 Suggested Chapter Books for Parents to Read Aloud
Reading Tips for All
20 Read Aloud Reminders
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Vocabulary
10 Ways to Help Your Child with Fluency
10 Ways to Help Maintain Reading Skills
Games for Pre-readers
Games for Beginning Readers
Games for Successful Readers
Games for Struggling and Reluctant Readers