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Parent Partnership in Education: Resource Roundup

Experts agree that parent involvement in education is a big predictor of student success. So where can parents begin? We& compiled a list of articles, videos, and other resources to help you engage productively with your kids& teachers and school.

Produced by NBC News and supported by Pearson, the Parent Toolkit will help you navigate your child's journey from pre-kindergarten through high school.

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Parent Involvement Matters! - YouTube

Shows the importance of involving parents and what research tells us happens when parents are involved. Great for using with disengaged parents and rebuilding positive relationships with schools

College and Career Readiness and Success Center

College and Career Readiness and Success Center

<p>Use this game resource to help foster the skills of using 3-D shapes to build a spaceship that is just the right size and shape for its passengers. The chickens are headed to the Purple Planet...but now, everyone on the farm wants a ride into space! And you’re going to build the space ships that get them there. You’ll use your powers (of geometry and 3-D shape selection) to pick a spaceship shape that will fit those passengers.</p>

G In this game you build a space ships using your powers (of geometry and compound shape selection) to pick a space ship-shape that fits everyone.

<p>In this MARTHA SPEAKS interactive story students discover how plants and animals depend on each other in an ecosystem. Fallen leaves decay; earthworms eat the leaves and fertilize the dirt. Then trees use the fertilized soil to grow. When used as a part of Martha’s True Stories Buddies Program, buddy pairs engage with the interactive story and then talk and write as they draw a habitat they have seen that includes an ecosystem. To familiarize yourself with the program, begin by reading…

Teach your young learners about the painful effects of littering on people, animals and the environment with this MARTHA SPEAKS video. They’ll learn some new words while picking up ideas on how to solve the littering problem in their own community.