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Students will be engaged in various learning activities that will increase their ability to follow steps, learn numbers, letters, shapes, words, etc. As students make progress, new learning opportunities of increasing difficulty and content are added.
Good reading habits are the stepping stone to all other learning. Take the time to read with your child. If your child is capable, encourage your child to read with you by taking turns reading lines of text with them. Praise them for trying new words. Discuss the pictures with them inside the book.
- Take the time to read each night with your child.
- Check their backpack for homework and classroom information
Look for information about our upcoming Community Based Instruction trips. Details will be provided about each trip and nominal fees that will be associated with each learning activity.
- Vocabulary Spelling City
VocabularySpellingCity is a free, educational website that enables parents to add individualized vocabulary and spelling lists. Children of all ages and learning abilities can use their own personalized lists in a variety of learning activities that help to reinforce and correct spelling and word meaning through fun learning games.
Registration is free.
The majority of our learning activities are printable as well - we even offer handwriting practice worksheets!
- Enchanted Learning
Enchanted Learning, LLC produces K-12 educational material that is published online. Some of the material is available for free online, and for a small yearly subscription, users have access to all of our material. I have only used the free material on this site and have found it to be a useful resource.
- LD OnLine
LD OnLine is the leading website on learning disabilities, learning disorders
and differences. This is a great resource for parents.