Welcome to the Parent Page!

As members of this space, you are able (and welcome) to create new links from this page so you could use it to connect with other parents or other information. If you've responded to an invitation email and have created a username and password, you are able to upload images and documents to a page and can edit and save pages; you can also post to discussions on this page and others. Do you have any suggestions or thoughts about the use of wikispace? . . . questions about how to use certain features? . . . then start a discussion or contact Mrs. Barto or Miss Gomez with suggestions. Thanks and enjoy!

Current News

Assistive Technology

May 2010, Kindy Segovia joined us from the Kent Intermediate School District to share some assistive technology options for supporting students within the classroom and at home.





Resources for Parents

Auditory Processing and Reading

  • "Hey Teacher, My Child Can't Read" a blog about Learning Disabilities and Reading Difficulties

    • Also has podcasts available for those who prefer to hear their information!

Helping with Language Skills at Home


Elementary
High School


Math Resources

Web-Based Resources for Mathematics: Tools and Activities for Teaching and Learning"


Math Problem Solving for Middle School Students with Learning Disabilities

  • Solve It!a math intervention and problem solving with word problems curriculum for 6th-12th grade

VmathLIVE.com


Building Thinking Skills


  • Wiki: "Wiki, Don't Lose That Number" by Chris O'Neal (edutopia)
  • Why do we have to explain all this stuff in math?!?!? It has to do with the idea of Representing Math. Follow the NCTM link to read more: NCTM (National Council of Teachers' of Mathematics)
  • Math: "The Magic of Math" (edutopia)


Resources for Sensory Integration


Resources for Helpings and Supporting Kids with Anxiety



Other Resources: