How to Keep Children on Track with End-of-Year Learning Goals
Right now across the country, 2/3 of parents are concerned their child has fallen behind academically during distance learning. If you’re not sure where your child stands and how you can help, here are two places to start:
1. Determine what skills your child should have learned by the end of this school year.
To help support parents everywhere, our team created suggested end-of-year learning goals for students in Kindergarten through fifth grade. You can download these free resources on our Distance Learning Launchpad. If your child still needs practice on these skills, check out the lessons and resources we’ve linked in these guides.
2. Motivate children through goal-setting.
Now that you know what they’re reaching for, you can support children throughout the summer by practicing these skills and motivating them with daily and weekly goals. In the below video, you’ll discover five tips for keeping children on track through effective goal-setting. You’ll also get a glimpse into how we monitor progress and support Rocketeers during the school year with our very own platform, Rocketship Goals.
Published on June 21, 2020