Hello parent, and thank you for visiting this site. We have created this website so that you can gain a better understanding of the literacy skills your child needs at their individual level. Please visit your child's grade level and/or IRLA level to find resources.
Other Great sites to Find Grade/Level Appropriate Books:
Storyline Online- (First-Second Grade)
Multnomah County Library- Through this link you can access grade level reading lists, as well as links to many free eBooks. (A library card is needed to access some of the resources).
Stages in Your Childs Writing Document
Educational Apps and Websites
Click here to find a list of Literacy and Math Apps
Information on K-8 computer science (coding)
Internet Safety Resources
Common Sense Media: Parent Concerns
Articles, FAQs and videos are available on a variety of topics.
The Safety Tips and Advice page contains FAQs, resources, guides and more on a variety of internet safety topics.
Family Online Safety Guide: Symantec Corp
This PDF guide is an iParenting Media Award winner and contains a great deal of information for parents.
Google Family Safety Center
Includes tips on Google's safe settings and other Internet Safety suggestions
Microsoft: Protect Children Online
This site provides safety tips for families, including age-based guidelines for Internet use that were created with the help of the American Academy of Pediatricians.
Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids About Being Online
Free guide for parents from OnGuard Online.gov. Available in PDF or order a printed copy.
NetFamilyNews.org: Kid-Tech News for Parents
"NetFamilyNews is based on the premise that informed parents and educators are key to a constructive public discussion about youth safety and well-being in digital spaces...."