There are many resources to help parents assist their children at home with reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. The following resources are available in Spanish and English and can be adapted for other languages as well. We encourage parents to read, sing, write, and engage their children at home both in their native language, as well as the second language in which they may be learning. Remember to encourage your child every day!
|Elementary School||Middle School||High School|
|Colorín Colorado||Colorín Colorado||Purdue Owl Grammar|
|Learn English Kids||Ad Lit||Ad Lit|
|Learning Chocolate||Learning Chocolate||Learning Chocolate|
|Kindersay||Activities for ESL||Activities for ESL|
|Khan Academy||Khan Academy||VOA Learning English|
|ESL Kids World||Education World 6-8||Word Steps|
|Education World K-5||Wyzant||ESL Videos|
|ESL Kid Stuff||English Interactive||English Interactive|
The Language Arts Florida Standards (LAFS) include the English Language Arts standards in grades K-12 as well as the content-area literacy standards for middle school and high school instruction in the following content areas: history/social studies, science, and technical subjects.
The WIDA English Language Development Standards were adopted by Florida in June 2014. The English Language Development Standards are organized into the following four domains and six proficiency levels:
• Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing
• Six language proficiency levels: 1-Entering, 2-Beginning, 3-Developing, 4-Expanding,
5-Bridging, and 6-Reaching
• Five grade-level clusters: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8, and 9–12.
For more information about parent involvement, please contact:
Andrea Knauber, ELL Family and Community Engagement Coach.
Phone: (813) 794-2517 Email address: email@example.com