Advice for Parents

Adult study group  Help parents improve their child's academic success with these references on report cards, homework, skill building, and much more! These printables include facts about ADHD, advice for back to school, and tips for improving literacy. Encourage good study skills with our resources on reading habits and note-taking. You'll find plenty of articles to help parents foster elementary and middle school students' skills in language arts, math, science, and social studies.

Educating Parents

Study Skills

Literacy Tips

Homework Tips

Report Card Tips

Back to School Tips

Organization Tips

Time-Management Tips

Parents of Kindergartners & First Graders

Parents of Second Graders

Parents of Third Graders

Parents of Fourth Graders

Parents of Fifth Graders

Parents of Sixth Graders

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