Lets face it. Teachers are too busy to make time to educate parents and their children. I can't tell you how many times I hear teachers complaining that there just isn't enough time. I agree. So I am on a crusade. A crusade to make parents our REAL partners. To work together for the well being of the children.  I have created a website for parents, that explains what students need to know in math and how to teach the national standards (in basic math facts) easily in everyday life. Although the site has taken alot of work this year I will asking parents to visit the site and play the games regularly. I can't wait to see how it works. 

Any other great ideas to truly make parents our partners?

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Can you please provide a link to your website on this discussion. I have attached an excellent guide that I found online which includes tips and strategies for increasing parent and family involvement.



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