Parent Resources

As a parent you are your child's first teacher. Our goal is to provide you with resources and services that support you in that role.

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Health and Development

Visit these sites for information on children's health.

                     

Homeschooling

Visit these sites for information on homeschooling and local advocacy groups.

   Wisconsin Laws and Homeschooling

Internet Safety

Visit these sites for information and games you can play with your child to help them learn how to use the Internet safely.

Doxxing - Type of cyberbullying/online abuse

   

PreK-12 Education Resources

We are always on the lookout for resources that have the potential to transform teaching and learning. Below you’ll find a list of recommended resources that provide teachers with free education resources, including lesson plans, classroom activities and interactive tools for use in curriculum development and classroom instruction.

Visit Seussville for fun games and activities in the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. This site also has some great resources for parents and teachers.

A to Z Teacher Stuff

A teacher-created site designed to assist educators in finding resources more quickly.  Contains lessons, themed units, teacher tips, worksheets, and discussion forums

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators

A categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth.

 

OMazing Kids a fun site for inclusive wellness activities for kids of all abilities

 

 

Raising a Reader

           

 

National Children's Literacy Website        The National Children's Literacy Website is a unique children's literacy initiative and is part of the Soho Center's National Children's Literacy Information Project - a not-for-profit literacy initiative dedicated to advancing the literacy skills of young children, promoting literacy as an integral factor in the growth of society, and enhancing literacy in a variety of home and child care settings. We believe that reading is a fundamental skill needed by all, and we are proud of what we are doing to help children learn to read.                

Content Resources

Common Sense Media – Excellent resource for providing independent reviews, age ratings, and other information about all types of media