Sites for Parents and Students
Parents || Students
An amazing resource for parents all courtesy of the Sno-Isle Library System. There are games and activities for your and your child to explore together, Tumble Books for children to listen to and interact with, the latest and greatest in literature for all ages, up and comming new releases, author visits and much, much more.
This is a website developed by author Jon Scieszka to help promote literacy for boys and to help them select material of interest to them. The site was designed because of a lack of male literacy role models for our male students and evidence that boys tend to be asked to read books which don't appeal to them, creating unmotivated male readers . On this site one can select texts that guys enjoy reading, learn strategies to help guys read, and start their own GUYS READ chapter.
Although this website was designed for kids, it is appropriate for parents and teachers, as well. They are a part of The Book Report Network, a group of websites founded in 1996 that share thoughtful book reviews, compelling features, in-depth author profiles and interviews, excerpts of the hottest new releases, literary games and contests, and more with readers every week.
This site is designed for parents of pre-school to early elementary age children by PBS. The site was designed to help parents address important aspects of their child's early years. Parents will be able to find information about social and emotional development, their child's favorite PBS kids program, schedule for shows, activities, etc.
A website for parents, students or staff where a number of popular children's picture books are read by famous actors and actresses. The site is a program of The Screen Actor's Foundation. Once you have selected a text to have read, you can also find related activities and download an activity guide.Local Area Libraries
This site was developed for parents, students and teacher to be able to find the answers to math related questions. Users can search by topic and education level. This site provide several links to other valuable math related sources. It was created by Geometry Professors at Swarthmore College to replace a previous program Ask Prof. Math .
Designed by NCTM, this site has a teacher section and a family section. The purpose of this site is to help develop higher level thinking skill in our children in the area of mathematics by providing them with hands on, exciting activities. Navigators can search in English or Spanish for Challenge titles or by the Math Index.
Our math facilitator gives parents a wealth of information related to math. Check it out!
Ideas for helping your child with homework, read, prepare for school, checklists for parents, and much more.
This site has some interesting and fun activities and learning opportunities. Requires login to save, but not to play, and is free.
This site has excellent games and activities, many other websites to explore, and very fun Tumble Books and games. Go to "More to Explore"... "Kids" and give a try!