Parents inspire children to learn math (CODE resources available)

October 28, 2015 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE) has added new resources to their Parent Engagement page supporting elementary math education.

From their website (with some teeny edits from me):

This Parent Tool Kit was created specifically for parents of children in the elementary grades in Ontario (JK to Grade 8). The goal of this resource is to provide parents with the most significant research-based information to help them be the best, most knowledgeable and most confident supporters for their child’s mathematics education.

This Parent Tool Kit consists of five modules, each with a variety of [very attractive] resources including videos, resource guides, implementation guides, fact sheets, and support materials:

  1. Module: Overview (Count Yourself In),
  2. Module Two: Count Together Kindergarten
  3. Module Three: Making it Count (Grades 1, 2 and 3),
  4. Module Four: Counting Ahead (Grades 4, 5 and 6),
  5. Module Five: Countless Opportunities (Grades 7 and 8)

Check ’em out!


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