Resources for Learning at Home

Resources for Parents

The K–2 literacy curriculum is based on "Universal Literacy", which strives to ensure that all children are reading on grade level by the end of second grade.

Please explore these wonderful links:

early literacy resources and resources for parents.

Resources for Learning at Home

Grades Pre-K-8 Resources to Support Learning at Home:

Grade by Grade

Explore what and how students learn at school.

  • Early Childhood Learning

    High-quality early childhood education opportunities that offer all children and families a strong start in school and life.

  • Elementary School Learning

    In elementary school, children learn how to learn—and remember—new information.

  • Middle School Learning

    Middle School is a critical period in a child’s academic and social-emotional growth.

  • High School Learning

    Students focus on earning a diploma, attending college, pursuing a career, and other options after graduation.

READ 365!

NYC Reads 365 is a citywide program aimed at encouraging children to read for fun by helping them find interesting high-quality books for independent reading.

For more information, book lists and reading activities you can share with your children at home, please click here: READ 365