Parent Tips Calendar
Learning begins at home! And there are two calendars available that offer support to parents and caregivers with learning and early literacy. Ingham ISD, Great Start Collaborative, and Capital Area District Library worked together to offer parents and caregivers these calendars, which can be found at your local library or online at www.inghamisd.org
Shared reading is the best ways to help young children improve their literacy skills.
Visiting your local library is a great way to encourage young children to read!
It’s never too early to teach children how to handle money.
Children can improve math skills by helping to set the table!
Having young children sort and fold laundry is an easy way to improve their math skills.
Jumping Jacks are a fun way to improve your child’s vocabulary!
Drawing and cutting different shapes with toddlers helps develop their fine motor skills.
Encourage your child to read with a “book challenge!”