State Support Team Region 9 Serving Schools in Holmes, Stark, and Wayne Counties
2100 38th Street NW  Canton, OH    44709   ~   330-492-8136  ~  1-800-733-7732   ~   Fax: 330-493-9135


 

SST9 Literacy

Early Learning and School Readiness

Information for Parents and Community Partners

Resource Links for Parents

Information for Districts, Schools, and Teachers

Resource Links for Districts, Schools, and Teachers

 

Literacy

Resource Links for Parents and Community Partners - UNDER CONSTRUCTION

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Family and Community Support Toolbox

The purpose of the Family and Community Toolbox is to provide resources in order to build upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within a child’s daily routine in the home and community. The resources contained in this toolbox provide encouragement to families and caregivers in supporting the early language and literacy development of children in their care. Materials contained in Family and Community Support Toolbox are drawn from both internal and external sources and will evolve over time. Materials and resources posted are for informational use only.

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Early Literacy Tips for Parents

Early literacy is what children know about reading and writing before they can actually read or write.

Children who enter kindergarten with pre-reading skills have an advantage. They can focus on learning to read instead of first learning essential pre-reading skills, and they have greater success throughout their school years.

You have been your child's teacher from the day he or she was born. It's never too early or too late to help your child develop language and other early literacy skills.

Here are some helpful ways to implement early literacy with your child base on age:


Ohio Department of Education Early Literacy Projects (Straight A Grantees)

Early Literacy Projects (Straight A Grantees)

Early Literacy projects aim to ensure that all students are on track to transition from learning to read to reading to learn. Efforts apply a variety of engaging strategies to meet the needs of all students.

Canton City

Dan Nero
nero_d@ccsdistrict.org
330-580-3029

K-2 literacy and math-centered schools: A restructuring of 14 K-5 buildings to create seven K-2 literacy and math-centered schools in order to reach 100 percent proficiency of all grade 3 students in reading and math. Each building has a family resource center and focuses on 21st century skills. The district is working with Keystone Literacy and Carnegie Learning for math, and teachers are attending intensive professional development and training to learn the best teaching strategies for students in literacy and math.