Learning at Home Family Resources

  • Learning at home family resources

    Now that summer is here and digital learning is paused, you may still find our articles and resources useful for a rainy afternoon or a break from the sun.  Keeping your children connected with some of the digital learning tools will help to prevent learning loss over the summer months!  Enjoy the break from the school schedule and we will be back with new resources in early August!


    Pinellas County Schools is working to ensure families have what they need to support digital learning at home.  Whether your family is adjusting to unfamiliar routines, coping with new restrictions, or simply trying to make the most of inconveniences large and small, we are here to help.  

    Select from the links below to access valuable resources and fun, supportive activities that will reduce anxiety and family stress, and keep you connected and resilient.  


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    So you’ve realized your kids aren’t too young to talk about race, but now what? Check out this short podcast put together by National Public Radio (NPR) and the Sesame Street Workshop for a primer and understanding on how to talk to young children about race Talking to Young Children About Race 


     

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    Check out our Parent Academy page with links to upcoming workshops and past recordings Parent Academy POWER HOUR Webinars 


     

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    *NEW* Teacher to Teacher: Resources and Tips to Help Educators Engage Families

    Teacher resources to support virtual parent and family engagement!  Teachers, send ideas or tips of your own to share to Amy Dodge at dodgeam@pcsb.org