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Helpful Websites for Parents of Elementary School Students

Funbrain for Parents
 
Educational games are the highlight of this site. The games cover all interest areas and target specific age levels. There are “parent-kid challenges,” “homework relief,” and “books on the run” links. Also linked to this site, there is a family education newsletter that helps with school, life, entertainment, and special needs issues.

KidsReads
 
This website shares reviews of “cool new books” and authors. The books are categorized by age and by genre. There is a link for podcasts and another for book clubs. The newsletter highlights the newest and best on the site.

PBS For Parents
 
This site contains guides on a variety of topics such as child development, curriculum connections, and technology for kids. It also shares information on hot issues in education. On the lighter side, there are games, stories, and guides to the TV programs offered by PBS. The guide is also available in Spanish. Bienvenidos a PBS Padres!

Scholastic for Parents
 
This site contains age appropriate guides for helping your child learn to love reading. Divided into early childhood and school age children, the site also contains resources for helping your child with math, technology and other subjects. Additionally, there is an array of information about family matters.
Time for Kids Homework Helper
 
Don’t do your homework alone! TFK’s Homework Helper is packed with tips and tools to help you succeed.
Smart Searching on the Internet

Search Tips for Elementary Students

It Matters: Homework

By the end of third grade, many parents stop checking their children's homework.  They worry that they can't remember how to multiply fractions or because they never took a course in science. Because they can't correct their child's homework, they stop asking about it.  But checking on homework is still important.

All you really need to stay involved with homework is to take an interest in what your child is learning.  Here's how:
  • Set aside time every day to look at your child's homework.
  • Ask you child to tell you about his homework.
  • Promote neat and completed work.
Remember, your daily interest will encourage your child to work hard and complete his homework every day.
 

Helping Your Child Series

Helping Your Child Learn Science
Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics
Helping Your Child Become a Reader
Helping Your Child With Homework
Helping Your Preschool Child
Helping Your Child Succeed in School
Helping Your Child Through Early Adolescence
Helping Your Child Become a Responsible Citizen
Helping Your Child Learn History


Parents:  Please help your child in the memorization of math facts.  Spend a few minutes each day with your child drilling the basic facts and watch your child's math ability soar!    Resources:  Worksheet Generator ~ Math Cafe ~ Math Facts Practice Resources
 

 

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