Everyday Learning

Be your child’s guide on their learning adventure.

As parents and caregivers, you are your child’s first teacher. Each month, we’ll share simple ways you’re helping your child learn every day and share resources that you can use at home. Brought to you in partnership with Fortune School and ABC10.

  • Make learning fun at home
  • Recommendations for children of all ages
  • Help your children achieve their full potential

Everyday Learning Tip #2: Homework Help
Everyone, at any age, can use a little help sometimes.

Learning a new concept can be challenging for students and parents alike. Particularly right now, as we all are adjusting to the new normal. Be kind to yourselves. If you find your student struggling with a topic, it’s ok to switch gears. Take a break and work on something that sparks their interest and then revisit it. Remember that every student’s learning journey is different.

Sacramento Public Library has a wealth of homework help resources. Connect with a live tutor in English and Spanish who can help with a variety of subjects including math, English, history and more.


Tracy Humphrey from ABC 10 and K-12 Educational Specialist Amanda


Everyday Learning Tip #1: Sing Together
Singing slows down language so children can hear the different sounds that make up words. Have some fun and make it a karaoke night. Pull up the lyrics to your favorite songs and sing along. Seeing words and singing them at the same time is a fun way to develop vocabulary.


Tracy Humphrey from ABC 10 and Early Learning Specialist Donna


About Fortune School

Fortune School is a network of tuition-free charter public schools focused on closing the African American achievement gap. Students are accepted regardless of background or academic record during the open enrollment period, and on a first-come, first-served basis thereafter. Learn more about Fortune School.  
 

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