Helpful Websites for Families
Family Resources from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Helping children succeed in math
Helping with homework
Math education today
Helping with Math homework
Questions to ask when helping with math homework, from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - suggestions of games to play over school breaks.
Parent Power - Build the Bridge to Success
Title I Program information at ED.gov
Describes the purpose of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, the foundation of the Title I program
Title I Program information at the Minnesota Department of Education
Describes the purpose of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, the foundation of the Title I program and how it is implemented in Minnesota.
Minnesota Parent Center
Describes the purpose and activities of a Title I school
Everyday Mathematics at Home
Information about and resources to support the district's K-6 mathematics curriculum
A Worksheet for Math-Phobic Parents
Wall Street Journal article
ED.gov - Math resources
Activities for working with children at home
Greg Tang Math
The website of read aloud expert, Jim Trelease. Contains helpful hints for reading aloud, articles, and book lists.
Games for Reading, Math, and Science. The site has ideas for crafts and family activities.
Games for Math and Reading.
Anoka County Library
Book lists, storytimes, links to other websites for young children, teens, and families.
Helpful articles for adults, and activities for children. The Book Wizard is a nice tool for finding books of interest.
A site with free games for practicing letters and letter sounds, and more
Games and activities for reading, spelling, and math
Reading Rockets Resources for Parents and Families
Information about ways to support learning at home.