Elementary School – Academics

Thank you for visiting our Academics Resources Hub. Click on the Resources below to learn more about how you can support your child’s educational success in academics! You can also click the search button at the top and type in a topic you are interested in. Have questions? Contact us at OhioSFEC@osu.edu.

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International Children’s Digital Library – Over 4,000 digital books in 59 languages for families to read at home

The International Digital Children's Library website contains digital books for families to read with their children in their home language ...
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InspirEd Virtual Learning Series for Families and Schools

This virtual learning series by OCALI and the Ohio Department of Education includes sessions on: setting up a learning environment ...
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Supporting Math Skills At Home for Grades 4 – 8

In this resource from the Institute for Education Sciences, families and teachers will find activities they can use to support ...
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Literacy Central October 2018 Calendar

Printable Calendars with Daily Literacy-At-Home Activities

These pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten - 5th Grade calendars are a great resource for you to engage your child in activities ...
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Early Math Learning Kit for Families (Available in English and Spanish)

These visually appealing information guides from Development and Research in Early Math Education provide families with ideas for playing together ...
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Videos for Families: Grade-level Expectations in Elementary School

These milestones videos from Greatschools.org explain what your child is expected to know by the end of first, second, third, ...
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Supporting Student Growth Over the Summer

Supporting Student Growth Over the Summer

The five resources featured below contain family-friendly ideas to encourage growth in math, reading, internet/technology use, and typing over the ...
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