Five C's of Effective Discipline
Ten Etiquette Rules from Oprah
House Rules- Clear Expectations
Know the Rules... Children at Home Alone
Teen Parent Services (TPS)
I-KAN Parenting classes
Local Training and Support Groups-CC
Kankakee Helpbook: Agencies
12 Rules for Children in the 1880's
|Leveled Reading Conversion Chart & Book Suggestions|
All About Reading
- How can I find the “just right” books for my child?
Ask your child’s teacher what level she is at, and request a list of appropriate books.
- However, when reading at home, educators say that children should read a level or two below the one they read at in school, when they are receiving instruction from the teacher.
- How can I help my child become a better reader?
Continue to read to him every day and expose him to the language of books. Have him read to you.
- If he makes a mistake, simply tell him the correct word and let him move on. This increases enjoyment and fluency. To increase comprehension, talk about the story after you’ve read it.
- What level should my child be reading at in each grade?
There is a range of levels within each grade.
- Your child’s teacher can address your child's current level and the goals she is working on with your child. To see how levels generally correspond to each grade, see our Leveling Resource Guide. With good instruction, your child will steadily become a better reader, even if he is one or two levels behind peers.
|Test Taking Tips for Parents |
|Student Success with NEW Common Core Standards|
PTA Parents' Guides to Student Success with CCSS
These guides provides an overview of what your child will learn
by the end of each grade in mathematics and English language arts/literacy.
Guía Para Padres Para Fomentar El Éxito Escolar
Esta guía presenta un panorama general del aprendizaje que habrá
adquirido su hijo en matemática y artes lingüísticas