Dear Parents, as your child's first teacher, your influence is the most important. Find helpful articles related to enhancing thinking skills, identifying learning styles, and using online technology.
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NEW! - Free brochures and booklets from the Parenting Institute. Located in the John Muir Library near the computer lab. Ask a librarian to help you.
ParentHood. Does your son or daughter need help with homework? Here's a site containing links to information you can use to bolster study and social skills.
Science toys to make with your kids! Experiments include a solar hot dog cooker. Diagrams and photos included!
Helping your child learn science - experiments you can do at home.
The Children's Partnership provides up to date information about the needs of children and ways for meeting their needs. Also included is a guide to the Information Superhighway.
Family Education has 50 family activities to improve reading and help children succeed in life
Lullabies and other Songs for Children
Time to Prepare for the new school year! Get your children geared up!
Trying to parent a 10 year old? Watching your youngster leave for college?
Here's an online manual to help your children learn geography
Teachers and Families - numerous articles for parents covering topics teachers would like parents to understand. Also many preschool activities.
State Testing Information
Academic Practice Websites
Everyday Math Online - Students can log in with their ID and password to practice their math skills, You can log on to learn more about your child's math curriculum.
AOL @ School
CyberSleuth Kids is a easy to use index where students can find content from submenus
Our Family Space is a section at Education to help parents with their children's homework. Also activities parents and children can do together