• ELA Resources 

     
    Talking about books and reading DAILY is an important tool in expanding your child's reading skills. Reading with comprehension is more than being able to answer simple questions about a story that has been read. It is important that parents support the processes of inferring, synthesizing, analyzing, and critiquing at home.  The suggested questioning strategies on the next page can guide you in facilitating meaningful discussions that develop good comprehension skills at home. Click here for more information.
     
    Family Games enhance vocabulary development, problem solving strategies, and working memory.  Click here for more information.
     
    Students need to be able to answer questions based on what they have read and use of evidence from the text to support the answer. These sentence starters can help students remember how to support their positions with evidence. 
     
    Growth Mindset