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Spring Book Fair 2014

Cougar Pride!

Just for Parents!

Whether you are totally comfortable helping your child with reading or you're not sure exactly where to start, this is the page for you!
Did you know that parents can check out books from our school library?

Just email Ms. Herbert at caroline.herbert@dpsnc.net or call her at 560-3960, extension 60235 to set up an account.
Also, here are some great websites to help your children become lifelong readers and learners.




Common Sense Media - A website of reviews and age-appropriate ratings for parents to help their children navigate the world of media. Includes reviews and ratings for TV shows, movies, music, apps, video games, and more!

Read It Loud! - Parents inspiring children's creativity and capability one book at a time.

Reading is Fundamental - Tips for parents to encourage the love of reading in kids of all ages.

Scholastic Book Fairs Family Resource Guide
Files to help families select books together and recognize important reading stages.

Surfing the Net with Kids - Not sure where to start with helping your kids use age-appropriate websites? This site is the answer.

Parent Roadmaps - Reading - Grade-specific parent roadmaps that provide detailed information for parents about the expectations of the Common Core in English Language Arts and Literacy. These roadmaps include examples of grade-level focus in the content area using parent-friendly language, sample progressions of learning across three grade levels in the Common Core, and tips to parents on communicating with teachers about their child’s work and how to support student learning at home.

Parent Roadmaps - Math - Grade-specific parent roadmaps that provide detailed information for parents about the expectations of the Common Core in Mathematics. These roadmaps include examples of grade-level focus in the content area using parent-friendly language, sample progressions of learning across three grade levels in the Common Core, and tips to parents on communicating with teachers about their child’s work and how to support student learning at home.
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