Ever hear the "I don't have homework", or "I've already done my homework" statement? Do you ever want to assign at home activities to encourage success while at home, but have no idea where to start. Just saying read a book won't cut it if there are no strategies put in place. Here are some activities and tips that can be done without having wreck your brain. Everything you need is here!

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Scholastic Parent 

Use these parent guides to find reading activities, book lists and tips for online literacy for kids up to age 13. Also, sign up for parent news letters.

Parent's Playground

Resources to help make the most of PBS Kids in all subject areas. Find to do activities and games that can be assigned by you.

Story Online Book The SAG-AFTRA Foundation records well-known actors reading children’s books and makes graphically dynamic videos so that children around the world can be read to with just the click of a Storyline Online video book image.

Story Online Book

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation records well-known actors reading children’s books and makes graphically dynamic videos so that children around the world can be read to with just the click of a Storyline Online video book image.

National Education Association

Find strategies for staying involved in your child's academic success-at home and at school.

Reading Rockets for Parents

Spanish/English guides

Reading Rockets offers free print guides created for parents, teachers, and many others who want to improve the reading achievement of children. The following print guides were originally created as companion pieces to PBS television programs. The guides are also very beneficial, however, as stand-alone publications that explain how to help kids learn at home and school.

A Parent's Guide: Helping Your Child Do Well (brochure)

Read advice to know how to stay involved in your child's education. Every child has a right to attend and achieve in a great public school.

Funbrain.com

Assign online learning games that are committed to providing a safe gaming environment that bridges learning and entertainment.

THE GEORGIA SLDS PARENT PORTAL

The Georgia Statewide Longitudinal Data System (SLDS) is a free online tool developed by the Georgia Department of Education that helps States, Districts, Schools, and Teachers make data-driven decisions to improve student learning. Parents now have access to their children’s SLDS data through the SLDS Parent Portal.  

Georgia Virtual Learning (High School)

Shared Content

Your headquarters for online education from the Georgia Department of Education. You can access high quality content used in the Georgia Virtual School free of charge, an eSource and shared option. Find modules that are aligned to Georgia's Common Core.