Parent Resources

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MySchoolBucks Manage your child’s lunch account online.

Clever An easy way for your child to access all the learning applications they use at school. They can access all resources they use at school in one location, using a single username and password. A program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

Math Facts Cafe Free math worksheets for elementary school and home use. This includes generators for math drills, flashcards, time, money, and more!

Lexile Number Search If you know the name of a book, you can find its Lexile number.

Open e-books  Free online books for your electronic devices.

St Joseph County, Mishawaka-Penn-Harris, & Bremen Public Libraries combined Card Catalog

Math for the Fun of It Just like the name says, fun math activities for you and your child

Google Earth. WOW! If you have a fast enough computer and internet connection you have got to try this!

TV411. A web site geared mostly toward adults. Very helpful for reinforcing math and language arts skills. Also good for older elementary students.

FamilyEducation Family Education Network is created for parents by parents. Millions of parents rely on Family Education Network’s trusted homework help, parent tips and expert advice.

Parents’ Place Family resources for parents and caregivers who want to help their children excel in school. Includes the Home Activity Center, Homework Help, Kids’ Publishing Corner, and the Home Schooling links.

Kids Health for Kids All kinds of information about a kid’s physical and emotional health with interactive articles and activities. The “Word!” glossary defines medical terms and explains how kids can stop stomach pangs, fix fevers, and get rid of rashes.