Resources--Helping Your Child at Home

  • ​Helping Your Child--This website focuses on giving ideas to help you help your child at home.  The U.S. Department of Education created this series to include parents in the education of their children.  Here is the link:
  • Compact for Reading and School-Home Links--Another website that has a huge amount of resources for helping your child to read.  While it focuses on Pre-K to second grade, there are hundreds of resources to ensure that your child is getting reading help at home.  The resources are free and downloadable to print and use at home.  Follow this link then choose the grade level for your child:
  • Discovery Education--Discovery Education has an entire section dedicated to helping parents find materials and information to help their child succeed at home.  There are homework help links and articles for parents to read about motivation.  This link will take you directly to the parent resources provided by Discovery Education:
  • South Carolina Department of Education--I am including a link to the standards that students must master each year.  By following this link, you can see every subject and grade level standard.  While these are written for teachers, it will give you an idea about what your child must know.  Here is the link to the SC state standards:
  • 10 Good Study Habits--It is crucial that students learn how to study at a young age.  I have included an article listing ten easy things you can do as a parent to ensure that your child learns how to be successful in school.  Here is the link to the list:
  • Parent and Family Resource Guide--This is a great online resource to help parents support early literacy development:  Parent Resource Guide

SESA Parent Brochure:
Parenting Center Brochure 19-20

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