Welcome to the early learning primary (1st and 2nd grades) family landing page. Please click on the links below to learn more about what to expect during your child's 1st or 2nd Grade experience.
|Education Nation’s Parent Toolkit||The Parent Toolkit developed by Education Nation will help you navigate your child’s journey from pre-kindergarten through high school. It is designed to help you track progress at each stage. Growth charts, tips & guides, resources, and more are provided for topics related to academics, health/wellness, and social/emotional development.||Multi-subject|
|Smart Tutor||SmartTutor gives parents and children the tools they need to continue learning. Parents can find free educational resources for their child, such as math and reading lessons, and printouts. SmartTutor also guides children through free online games and instructional lessons to enhance their math and reading skills.||Multi-Subject|
|Do 2 Learn||Do2Learn provides free resources about social skills, behavioral regulation guidance, academic materials, and other educational tools for parents to use with their child.||Multi-Subject|
|Read Write Think||ReadWriteThink enables students to learn through free online literacy tools. While having fun completing the interactive tools, students can learn about a variety of literacy topics, such as language, writing poetry, and research.||English Language Arts|
|Scholastic||Scholastic promotes literacy with books for children of all ages and reading levels. While promoting literacy, children can find fictional and informational books, games, and other resources that relates to their educational interests. Scholastic also provides parents with the tools to encourage learning at home. Parents can find activities, guides, and book suggestions for their child’s language, social, and physical development at any age.||Multi-Subject|
|PBS Kids||PBSKids empowers children to learn through educational games and activities that require a variety of skills, such as reading. PBSParents serves as a free resource and guide to child development and early learning. Parents and children alike can learn about healthy life-styles, ways to make education enjoyable, and much more.||Multi-Subject|
|Hour of Code||Hour of Code offers free educational resources and tools in Computer Science for schools, students and parents. The fun and creative activities for kids from 4 to 104 help nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity.||Computer Science|