1. Reading Development
Reading with your child is one of the most important things you can do for your child in preparing them for success in school. Besides providing a wonderful opportunity for building relationships and communication, reading together can introduce your child to new concepts and information. Reading with your child also helps to develop their listening skills and vocabulary.
- Reading to Your Infant
- Pre-Emergent/Toddler Reading
- Early or Pre-K to Kindergarten Readers
- Beginning Readers
- Developing Readers
- Upper Elementary Readers
2. Reading and Instructional Information
- Developmental Milestones
- Effectively Helping with Homework
- Effective Parent-Teacher Conferences
- Helping My Child Get Organized
- How to help my child with standardized testing
- How to interpret MCA and WIDA ACCESS test scores
- Transition Planning
3. Related Learning Difficulties
- What is a learning disability?
- What is ADHD?
- When should I assess my child for LD?
- What are some characteristics of LD in adults?
- What are some characteristics of LD?
- Learning disability or low ability?
- Can memory problems cause a learning disability?
- What is a nonverbal learning disorder?
- Who is eligible for LD services in Minnesota Public Schools?
- Special Education Process Flow Chart
- 504 Plan Flow Chart
For more information please email or call us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 952-582-6000 .
Parents as Partners activities are also offered in Spanish.