This is one of the most common questions I am asked as a teacher. Please find listed on this page and throughout the website several resources you can use at home in order to help your child be successful in school. Also, take a look at the "Websites We Love" page with your child. Have him or her show you the websites used in class regularly. I hope you find the information helpful. If you have additional questions, please contact me. Contact information is listed on the "Meet Ms. Isacco" page.
The following short videos, produced by East Brunswick Public Schools, gives some math specific tips for helping your child with homework.
This link will take you to the "What Parents Should Know" page of the Common Core State Standards Initiative Website. It contains useful information about the Common Core Standards, a short video, and a link to the Maryland State Department of Education Website, which explains how the Common Core is adopted in Maryland.
This link will take you to the "Common Sense for Common Core" website, by Scholastic. On this page, you'll find a wealth of resources, for both Reading/Language Arts and Math, all related to the Common Core. There is basic information, news, common questions, and a book list by grade level up to Grade 10.
This link will take you to the "Parent Resources" page, put together by the Maryland State Department of Education. Here you'll find everything you, as a parent, need to know about the Maryland College and Career Readiness Standards, which is Maryland's implementation of the Common Core. In particular, you might find helpful the section that includes resources for helping your child with math.