# Parent Workshop for Husky Families!

## Comprehension Strategies To Try At Home!

Hello Husky Families,

The information we are sharing with you comes from a book by Kylene Beers and Robert E. Probst titled, Notice and Note Strategies for Close Reading.

To attend the workshop from home, please do the following:

2. Watch the Tutorials (1-2 Minutes)

3. Watch a Lesson Taught by a Teacher (20 Minutes)

4. Use the Strategies When Reading with Your Child

## Contrast and Contradictions Tutorial

N&N Contrast & Contradictions

N&N Aha! Moment

## Watch The Lesson Taught By The Teacher

Contrasts and Contradictions and Aha Moments

## Again and Again Tutorial

N&N Again and Again

## Watch the Lesson Taught by the Teacher

Again and Again Comprehension Strategy

## Memory Moment Tutorial

N&N Memory Moment

## Watch the Lesson Taught by a Teacher

Memory Moment Comprehension Strategy

## Words of the Wiser Tutorial

N&N Words of the Wiser

## Math Strategies to Try At Home!

Hello Husky Families,

The math strategies we are sharing come from an educational resource called BoxCars and One Eyed Jacks.

To attend the workshop from home, please do the following:

2. Watch the tutorials that coincide with your child's grade level

3. Practice at home with your child

## Math K-2 Tutorial Part I

10 Primary Math Breaks

## Math 3-5 Tutorial Part 1

How Parents Can Help - Multiplication - Fractions

## Using Multiplication Table for Multiplication Facts, Fractions and Ratios!

This strategy is most appropriate for 3rd-5th grades.
Using Multiplication Table for Multiplication Facts, Fractions and Ratios

## Tic Tac 10's, 100's, and 1,000's!

• Tic Tac Tens & Tic Tac Tens using dots or M&Ms are most appropriate for Kindergarten - 2nd grades.
• Tic Tac 100's is most appropriate for 2nd - 5th grades.
• Tic Tac 1,000's is most appropriate for 3rd - 5th grades.
• Tic Tac 10ths is most appropriate for 4th and 5th grades.

Tic Tac 10's 100's and 1000's

## Books and Read-Alouds

We are including a list of books and links to their read-aloud that you can use with your students to learn about and practice responsible decision making skills. Enjoying these activities together is a great way to bond with your student while you learn!
What If Everybody Did That? by Ellen Javernick & Illustrated by Colleen M. Madden
Read Along Story - Don't Squeal Unless Its A Big Deal by Jeanie Franz Ransom [Classroom Management]
What do you do with a problem? by Kobi Yamada
MONSTER, BE GOOD!
What's the Problem by Brian Smith Read Aloud

## Let's Learn about STEM!!

STEM Education Overview

## WATCH THE LLAMA GOES TO THE BEACH VIDEO!!

Llama Llama Go to the Beach

## CHECK OUT AN EXAMPLE OF HOW TO READ WITH YOUR CHILD AT HOME USING THE BOOKS THAT WERE SENT HOME WITH KINDER, FIRST, AND SECOND GRADE STUDENTS!

I Read to You, You Read to Me

## PREPARING FOR KINDERGARTEN? CHECK THESE RESOURCES OUT!

• Read books aloud to your child.
• Practice writing their first name using capital and lower case letters.
• Practice self help skills and responsibility.
• Clean up after self.