Showing parents how to help their children succeed

Serving schools and families since 1990

We’ve got you covered at this difficult time. Whether your students are attending school in person, remotely, or both ways, the tips and information you’ll send to families will be on target. Parents will find advice for supporting their children’s school success and social-emotional learning as they navigate the changes and disruptions from COVID-19. Also, We are making free resources available for schools to distribute to parents. Feel free to email or text these tips or links to families, post these resources on your school website, or add them to future communications you plan to send home. Click here for resources.

Reading

Students need to read well to succeed. Reading Connection delivers tips and activities to support children’s reading, writing, and language development. Articles emphasize comprehension skills, vocabulary development, fluency, and more. Aligned to the Common Core State Standards.

Reading Connection (Beginning Edition)
For parents of preschool through grade 2 students

Build a solid foundation for reading success with letter recognition, oral language, vocabulary, phonemic awareness, and early writing practice.

Reading Connection is a wonderful learning tool and has so many great ideas to get parents involved in their child’s learning.”

Kathleen Thomas, Title I, Ardmore City Schools, Ardmore, OK

“I feel that the parent’s role is critical for a child’s reading success. That’s why I like Reading Connection (Intermediate Edition). It contains simple, practical ideas that busy parents can try with their children.”

Superintendent, Marlette, MI

Reading Connection (Intermediate Edition)
For parents of grades 3-5 students

Show parents how to support their children as they encounter more complex content, characters, plots, and concepts.