Elementary School – Learning at Home

Thank you for visiting our Learning at Home Resources Hub. Click on the Resources below to learn more about how you can make learning and future-planning at home fun and applied to what your child is learning in school! 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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Website: Reading Tips for Families

At this website, families of children birth through elementary school can find helpful tips and activities to encourage your children ...
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Videos of Families Reading Together from Raising a Reader (Available in English and Spanish)

Do you want to see how other parents and caregivers read to their kids at home? By visiting the Raising ...
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The Important Role of Families for Attendance in Elementary School

This handout from Attendance Works will provide you as a parent/caregiver with ideas for promoting healthy attendance habits with your ...
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Dear Highlights Podcast About Raising Kids Today

The Dear Highlights podcast addresses the issues around being a kid today and offers parents expert advice to help raise ...
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Money Monsters and other Money Stories

The Money Monsters series of stories from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau helps parents and caregivers get the most out ...
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Free Printed Resources from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

This webpage can be used to order physical copies of many of the resources from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau ...
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Try Engineering as a Family! (Also available in Spanish)

Whether you’re a family looking for fun activities to do at home or an educator organizing an event (or alternatives ...
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Encouraging Girls in Math and Science: Three Powerful Female Role Models

This activity guide, created for families and caregivers, introduces children in grades 3-8 to powerful female role models in the ...
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