Kinder to Career Resources
It's never to early to begin talk to your student about what they want to be when they get older. Elementary is the perfect time to introduce your student to the many career opportunities that are available.
Free practice exercises, videos, and a personalized learning dashboard for kindergarten to college
A Site with tools to empower parents and children struggling with low literacy, language skills and living in poverty
The free resources from Start with a Book build on what young children already like — dinosaurs, building, animals, sports, superheroes and music — so that parents, camp counselors, and others can have fun and interact meaningfully with children while helping to strengthen their reading skills.
Celebrate the joy of reading and writing with daily children’s literature quiz, reading adventure packs, colorful bilingual doorhangers and other fun printables, e-cards, quotable quotes, and web widgets.
This booklet includes a range of activities for families with children from preschool age through grade 5. The activities are designed for you to have fun with your child while developing and reinforcing mathematical skills.
From summer learning to year round math tips, find answers and advice for supporting your child in mathematics.
Great Websites for Kids is a compilation of exemplary websites geared to children from birth to age 14.
Career View provides elementary worksheets/lessons, activates, and more for each grade level.
This coloring book introduces students in grades K through 2 to the world of work. Featuring a poem and fun illustrations of sample jobs for coloring.
Paws in Jobland takes elementary school students on a lively tour through the neighborhood of Jobland. Along the way, they learn how to identify personal interests and explore careers.
A virtual community of workplaces, designed to give students an interactive job exploration experience that connects school work to real work.
Social and Emotional Support Resources
If you have done everything you can to resolve the situation and nothing has worked, or someone is in immediate danger, there are ways to get help.
Parents, caregivers and early childhood educators are children's first teachers about positive and healthy relationships. You don't need to use the word 'bullying' to begin to teach young children a wide range of skills that will prevent bullying.
In caring schools, a critical connection has been made between students’ academic achievement and their need to feel safe, accepted, and valued.
Social, Emotional and Behavioral Challenges
For the first time ever, 15 nonprofit organizations have joined forces to support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey.