We'll help you help your kids with their homework!
Good To Know is a digital video series for adults that introduces the methods, vocabulary, and processes their child learns at school. These short, clear and fun videos will help to explain math topics that are taught in Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten and Grade 1 Common Core curricula. The videos will help develop a conceptual understanding of how math practices build on previous knowledge and empower parents and caregivers to help their children learn foundational math skills!
What's our goal?
To equip parents and caregivers with the tools to provide positive and engaging guidance to their children with homework assignments and out-of-school learning.
We hear there's a community need...
As our community transitions to the Common Core Standards for Learning, WSKG continues to serve students and teachers. However, another essential audience has emerged among education reform: parents and caregivers. In our interaction with these audiences at community events and from feedback provided by classroom teachers, the need for easily accessible and unintimidating math help at home is clear. Good To Know is our response to this need. We hope you like it!
Good To Know is a collaborative project between WSKG and local educators. Thank you to the twelve local teachers who helped us craft the series!
Parents! Do you know all your concepts?
Print our handy poster to help you and your family keep track!
Exclusive Sneak Peak!
Full series premiering October 2014!
Zero the Hero!
Magic Math Fingers
How to Use a Rekenrek
Make a Rekenrek at Home
Adding To & Taking From
Going on a Shape Hunt
Describing with Relative Positions
Adding to Make Ten
Using a Number Bond to Show Subtraction
More, Fewer, Same
Modeling with a Ten-Frame
Mental Math: Make 10
How to Solve a Story Problem
Fact Family Photos
1 Fact Family, 8 Number Sentences
Understanding Place Value
Modeling with a Tape Diagram
Math Is Everywhere!
Use what's around your busy family to support learning- Wherever you are!
A resource for parents (and teachers to share!)