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Are you looking for free printable worksheets for kindergarten ? Then you’ve come to the right place! Here, on Planes & Balloons, we offer a variety of kindergarten worksheets that help with language arts and math lesson plans – teaching letters and letter sounds, numbers, shapes, counting, phonics, and sight words, but also puzzles, fine motor activities and so much more!

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Great printables for expanding vocabulary, and reading and writing practice.

Reading, writing, and counting numbers 1-100.

Teach basic patterns including AB, ABB, ABC, and more!

Shape worksheets for teaching 2d and some 3d shapes in kindergarten.

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Fun exercises to practice sight words with your kids!

Letter sounds, CVC words, and other fun worksheets.

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Kindergarten math worksheets for teaching ten frames.

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A fantastic bundle full of summer learning for your rising first grader! 120 pages of fun math, reading, and writing activities for the long summer break.

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## Homework Ideas For Kindergarten

Homework is a tricky topic in most schools, especially in the younger grades. Homework in kindergarten is sometimes completely forbidden by the school, left up to the teacher, or required for all students. In my experience, homework for kindergarten students can be beneficial. It can reinforce the skills learned in the classroom and get parents involved in the learning process. However, it must be developmentally appropriate for our youngest learners.

## In order for homework to be perfect for kindergarten, it must be short enough to maintain students’ attention.

Pages and pages of written work will frustrate kids, and busy parents do not want to complete more school work for hours each evening. Short, meaningful assignments will keep kids and parents engaged. They will also be more likely to positively influence learning.

In addition to the amount of time assignments take, the content of the assignments is also important to consider for kindergarten students. Research has shown again and again that reading with a parent (and independently) for 15-20 minutes daily is extremely beneficial to young learners. So reading together is probably the most important part!

Assignments should also reinforce basic skills with targeted practice. It is not the time for learning completely new concepts. Additionally, assignments with oral components are perfect for kindergarten students. As they interact and talk with their caregivers, they are learning important communication skills. They are also cementing their understanding of the concepts they’ve been learning at school.

## So- short, meaningful, targeted homework that involves parents seems to be the perfect recipe for kindergarten.

That’s a lot to think about when making assignments. If you don’t have the time to plan and prepare assignments that fit your needs for homework- my Kindergarten Homework Packets might be the answer!

This bundle includes homework packets for the entire year . They are editable, but can also be printed and used immediately. The homework packets are set up to go home every three weeks. You choose three books to send home with each packet, and your students will have everything they need for meaningful homework.

Sight words as well as Common Core standards for reading, writing, math, science, and social studies are all addressed throughout the year. Activities include written and oral activities that are perfect for school-home connections. Your students will enjoy their homework, and you can rest assured that it is appropriate and engaging.

What are your thoughts on homework in kindergarten? Let me know in the comments!

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## Printable Summer Homework for Kindergarten (and freebies!)

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It’s that time already! Time to wrap up our school year and say goodbye to the children who have become such a huge part of our lives. While of course, we’re all excited for summer, it can sometimes be a bittersweet feeling. One thing I know for sure though… summer slide is REAL ! That’s exactly why this low-prep, printable Summer Homework for Kindergarten is perfect for sending home with your students to keep their skills sharp over break! Scroll to the end of the post to download your  FREE Kindergarten Summer Homework sampler!

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## Summer Homework for Kindergarten

I wanted to provide my students with an engaging and simple way that they could keep up their skills while still enjoying their summer vacation. So, I created a personal workbook of fun summer-themed math and literacy printables for each of my kiddos. But these summer printables don’t actually have to go in a folder at all. They can be printed off as needed and used in June for those of us still in school, or in summer school, or just certain pages can be sent home, etc.

Today I want to give you some of my favorite activities from this summer homework resource for FREE , but be sure to grab the whole Kindergarten Summer Homework pack which includes 91 pages of low-prep, engaging activities for your students!

Check out a couple of the activities included in this freebie Kindergarten Summer Homework sampler pack:

## Ice Cream Number Bonds

Students will love strengthening their addition skills while building number bonds to 10 in this Ice Cream Number Bonds printable . There is a number line included for students to refer to, if needed.

After the kids have filled in the missing numbers to complete the equations, they can color the ice cream scoops. We like to make them look like our favorite flavors of ice cream. So simple and so fun!

## Word Family Popsicles

Combine word family practice and color recognition skills with this Word Family Popsicles printable activity .

Students begin by reading the words on the popsicles. Then they use the color key to determine which color to make their popsicles based on the short vowel sounds. Coloring is always a hit with my kids so I just knew they would be all in on this word family activity.

Here’s to a fun, happy summer, where the only slide we see is a water slide!

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Should Kids Get Homework?

Homework gives elementary students a way to practice concepts, but too much can be harmful, experts say.

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Effective homework reinforces math, reading, writing or spelling skills, but in a way that's meaningful.

How much homework students should get has long been a source of debate among parents and educators. In recent years, some districts have even implemented no-homework policies, as students juggle sports, music and other activities after school.

Parents of elementary school students, in particular, have argued that after-school hours should be spent with family or playing outside rather than completing assignments. And there is little research to show that homework improves academic achievement for elementary students.

But some experts say there's value in homework, even for younger students. When done well, it can help students practice core concepts and develop study habits and time management skills. The key to effective homework, they say, is keeping assignments related to classroom learning, and tailoring the amount by age: Many experts suggest no homework for kindergartners, and little to none in first and second grade.

## Value of Homework

Homework provides a chance to solidify what is being taught in the classroom that day, week or unit. Practice matters, says Janine Bempechat, clinical professor at Boston University 's Wheelock College of Education & Human Development.

"There really is no other domain of human ability where anybody would say you don't need to practice," she adds. "We have children practicing piano and we have children going to sports practice several days a week after school. You name the domain of ability and practice is in there."

Homework is also the place where schools and families most frequently intersect.

"The children are bringing things from the school into the home," says Paula S. Fass, professor emerita of history at the University of California—Berkeley and the author of "The End of American Childhood." "Before the pandemic, (homework) was the only real sense that parents had to what was going on in schools."

Harris Cooper, professor emeritus of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University and author of "The Battle Over Homework," examined more than 60 research studies on homework between 1987 and 2003 and found that — when designed properly — homework can lead to greater student success. Too much, however, is harmful. And homework has a greater positive effect on students in secondary school (grades 7-12) than those in elementary.

"Every child should be doing homework, but the amount and type that they're doing should be appropriate for their developmental level," he says. "For teachers, it's a balancing act. Doing away with homework completely is not in the best interest of children and families. But overburdening families with homework is also not in the child's or a family's best interest."

## Negative Homework Assignments

Not all homework for elementary students involves completing a worksheet. Assignments can be fun, says Cooper, like having students visit educational locations, keep statistics on their favorite sports teams, read for pleasure or even help their parents grocery shop. The point is to show students that activities done outside of school can relate to subjects learned in the classroom.

But assignments that are just busy work, that force students to learn new concepts at home, or that are overly time-consuming can be counterproductive, experts say.

## Homework that's just busy work.

Effective homework reinforces math, reading, writing or spelling skills, but in a way that's meaningful, experts say. Assignments that look more like busy work – projects or worksheets that don't require teacher feedback and aren't related to topics learned in the classroom – can be frustrating for students and create burdens for families.

"The mental health piece has definitely played a role here over the last couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the last thing we want to do is frustrate students with busy work or homework that makes no sense," says Dave Steckler, principal of Red Trail Elementary School in Mandan, North Dakota.

## Homework on material that kids haven't learned yet.

With the pressure to cover all topics on standardized tests and limited time during the school day, some teachers assign homework that has not yet been taught in the classroom.

Not only does this create stress, but it also causes equity challenges. Some parents speak languages other than English or work several jobs, and they aren't able to help teach their children new concepts.

" It just becomes agony for both parents and the kids to get through this worksheet, and the goal becomes getting to the bottom of (the) worksheet with answers filled in without any understanding of what any of it matters for," says professor Susan R. Goldman, co-director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Illinois—Chicago .

## Homework that's overly time-consuming.

The standard homework guideline recommended by the National Parent Teacher Association and the National Education Association is the "10-minute rule" – 10 minutes of nightly homework per grade level. A fourth grader, for instance, would receive a total of 40 minutes of homework per night.

But this does not always happen, especially since not every student learns the same. A 2015 study published in the American Journal of Family Therapy found that primary school children actually received three times the recommended amount of homework — and that family stress increased along with the homework load.

Young children can only remain attentive for short periods, so large amounts of homework, especially lengthy projects, can negatively affect students' views on school. Some individual long-term projects – like having to build a replica city, for example – typically become an assignment for parents rather than students, Fass says.

"It's one thing to assign a project like that in which several kids are working on it together," she adds. "In (that) case, the kids do normally work on it. It's another to send it home to the families, where it becomes a burden and doesn't really accomplish very much."

## Private vs. Public Schools

Do private schools assign more homework than public schools? There's little research on the issue, but experts say private school parents may be more accepting of homework, seeing it as a sign of academic rigor.

Of course, not all private schools are the same – some focus on college preparation and traditional academics, while others stress alternative approaches to education.

"I think in the academically oriented private schools, there's more support for homework from parents," says Gerald K. LeTendre, chair of educational administration at Pennsylvania State University—University Park . "I don't know if there's any research to show there's more homework, but it's less of a contentious issue."

First, assess if the workload takes as long as it appears. Sometimes children may start working on a homework assignment, wander away and come back later, Cooper says.

"Parents don't see it, but they know that their child has started doing their homework four hours ago and still not done it," he adds. "They don't see that there are those four hours where their child was doing lots of other things. So the homework assignment itself actually is not four hours long. It's the way the child is approaching it."

But if homework is becoming stressful or workload is excessive, experts suggest parents first approach the teacher, followed by a school administrator.

"Many times, we can solve a lot of issues by having conversations," Steckler says, including by "sitting down, talking about the amount of homework, and what's appropriate and not appropriate."

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## Kindergarten Homework: Is It Appropriate?

• April 11, 2015

Homework has become somewhat of a hot topic lately. I’ve read articles about schools adopting no-homework policies. I’ve seen research on the ineffectiveness of homework. I’ve found infographics on the absence of homework in other successful nations.

All of this has made me question whether or not my students should have homework. I’m a reading specialist, so I don’t assign homework in my current position. But as a Kindergarten teacher, I did give out a very brief weekly homework packet. Was it a waste of my time? Did I damage my students’ learning or home lives? Should Kindergarteners have homework at all?

I believe that Kindergarteners  can benefit from a very small, purposeful amount of simple homework. No, I don’t mean 5 meaningless worksheets a night. No, I don’t mean elaborate projects that their parents end up doing. But I do feel that a very small amount of Kindergarten homework can be valuable, particularly when the homework is reading . And here’s why:

• Homework is an opportunity for parents to show kids that they value education.  When a parent (or other family member) sits down with a child to work on homework, that adult figure is telling the child, “Hey, this is important. This is something I value.”
• Homework can give parents an idea of what students are working on in class.  Kindergarten was a long time ago for many parents! Kindergarten expectations have also changed greatly over the years. By assigning meaningful homework that is relevant to what is going on in class, we can give parents a window into their children’s daily lives and learning.
• Homework can provide students with additional practice and repetition.  I don’t know about you, but my Kinders sure need a lot of repetition to master concepts! Having my students spend 5-10 minutes practicing something outside of school is an opportunity to get in some of that extra practice.
• Homework can send kids the message that learning needn’t be restricted to school.  When you assign kids meaningful homework that encourages them to interact with their families and home environment, this sends the message that learning happens  everywhere – not just at school. Here’s an example of a simple homework task that sends this message:  “Find 4 things in your house that start with the letter g. Draw them on this paper.”

## What Appropriate Kindergarten Homework Looks Like

Okay, so what kind of homework is appropriate for Kindergarten? Here are some suggestions for designing positive homework experiences:

• Emphasize reading.  It’s so valuable for kids to spend time reading with their parents. Maybe for homework you request that parents read with their children for 10 minutes a night – and that’s it!
• Give assignments that are SUPER brief!  Kindergarteners’ attention spans are short. So their homework should be short, too! If I send home a task, I try for something that can be completed in about 5-10 minutes. If you do send home a small weekly homework packet, make sure to educate parents about the importance of doing some each night (rather than all of it on Thursday night!). Check in periodically with students and parents to make sure that the homework isn’t taking too long. (And don’t feel like you “have to” give homework every day…many kids have a long day at school already.)
• Provide tasks that are meaningful.  An assignment like “Find 4 things in your house that start with the letter g. Draw them on this paper” is more fun and engaging than a worksheet on the letter g! When possible, involve family members in completing the homework. Games and scavenger hunts can get everyone in the family involved!
• Assign tasks at the right difficulty level. Why assign homework at all if it’s way too easy or way too hard? It may take a little time, but giving students slightly different homework can help maximize its effectiveness.
• Create a “homework bag” to provide necessary materials. If you think that students may not have pencils or crayons at home, why not send a few home with the homework? Also, reading with an adult makes for a wonderful homework assignment, but make sure to send home books. Many families do not have access to books in the home.

## Challenges of Assigning Kindergarten Homework

In theory, the suggestions above can be relatively easy to implement. But it’s never quite that easy, is it? Here are some of the challenges that I (and my colleagues) have encountered when assigning homework to our students:

• Not all students have parent or family support to complete homework. I believe strongly in educating parents during Open House and other school events about the importance of devoting home time to learning. However, some parents are still not able to help students with homework for a variety of reasons (language barrier, time, education, etc.).
• Finding or creating differentiated homework assignments is very time consuming.   I always have a huge range of abilities in my classroom, and I want to provide homework assignments at my students’ individual levels. I don’t want students to become frustrated by the homework, or completely bored by it. But differentiating homework takes a TON of time!
• Keeping up with missing assignments can be challenging.  Kids don’t always turn in their homework. I can’t tell you how many times I inquired about a missing homework assignment, only to find out that it had been in the child’s backpack for a week! Kids also don’t always do their homework. Trying to track down missing assignments can take up a lot of time.

## Conclusions

In spite of these challenges, I still believe that a small amount of homework or time spent reading with parents can be very valuable for Kindergarteners. Because I know firsthand how time-consuming it can be to find the right homework for students, I’ve created a Leveled Literacy Homework series that you can use with your Kindergarten (or 1st grade) students.

The idea behind the series is to give you materials that are engaging and meaningful (like family games), can be used to differentiate your homework assignments, and are ideal for students who either do or do not have family help with completing their homework.

All activities (except for simple worksheets) come with parent instructions in English and Spanish. They also have links to optional videos that parents can choose to watch to learn how to read with their child or play the literacy games together. To learn more about the series, click on the image below.

What do you like to use for homework in your Kindergarten classroom?

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[…] specialist (and former kindergarten teacher) Alison at Learning at the Primary Pond advocates for a small amount of meaningful homework in elementary school, even for kindergarteners, […]

Being the mum of a kindergartener, single mother infact, that works full time shift work and 2 hrs away from any family or friends, I genuinely disagree with homework at this age. I have enough to juggle let alone adding an hour into an already stretched out day, where my son has been at school and then oosh all day, to argue about him not wanting to do homework and IF he sits long enough to attempt the homework.. it strains our relationship. There is no one else around to help with homework, there is always copious amounts of homework …  Read more »

All great points you bring up – thanks for sharing!

We’ll Said. I found the reasoning above to be so thin and void of true reasons for having a 5-year old do homework. They’ll have so many more years to learn homework and the value of education. We send our kids to school for 8 hours a day, I’m sure they’ll understand someday that we as parents value education. I don’t need to do a silly exercise with them to get that point across.

I’m Alison, a literacy specialist. I love getting kids excited about reading and writing – and sharing teaching ideas with other teachers!

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## NCERT Solutions for Class KG

NCERT based Books Solutions for Kindergarten – KG, junior kg, senior kg, upper kg, kids of kindergarten, ukg, lkg, kg 1, kg 2, preschool, set of books according to syllabus, activity book for Jr. KG, Sr. KG and KG I, KG II. Download Worksheets like English Worksheet, Hindi Worksheet, Maths Worksheet, Drawing practice book list PDF for free download. KG Students can get all subjects Hindi, English, Maths, EVS, GK and other practice subjects updated for session 2023-24. KG is a simple pre-school educational system for kids that includes fun based sports, activity based on songs, a variety of hands-on enjoyable activities such as drawing, painting, crafts, and others. KG class also gives an overview of social interaction as part of going from home to school.

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## How to Learn Subjects in KG Class LKG KG1 UKG KG2?

As early kindergarten education moves ahead in planning to make the KG kids improve their literacy skills. Parents and teachers realize the importance of the English language and literature prepare them to succeed in school. Academic achievement, higher graduation rates, and enhanced productivity are entangled directly with early learning of language skills. In Tiwari Academy, we understand the factors that are going to help in the growth and development of the language skills writing, reading, and speaking to prepare the KG students to perform in their upcoming classes. Post researching we suggested some of the effective practices that help parents across the nation.

## Step 1: In Lower or Junior KG, develop oral language skills.

Step 2: initiate the interest of learning with play., step 3: use of sight words to language in better way., step 4: prepare time table and study accordingly., step 5: motivate the kids for all the activities..

get here study material for junior kg and senior kg or upper kg. Students of kindergarten, ukg, lkg, kg1, kg2, preschool can get the set of books and activity book in PDF here. Jr. KG, Sr. KG, KG I and KG II Worksheets, for example English Worksheet, Hindi Worksheet, Maths Worksheet. You can download the Drawing book, book list in PDF format free.Due to the coronavirus, classes for many children have not yet started online or running well, and although this is only a half-hour class.

In such a situation, it has become very important for parents to self-teach kindergarten or KG children. On this Tiwari Academy’s page we will talk about the early childhood education class syllabus so that all the parents know what is taught to the children in class KG. Before sharing the syllabus it is important for all of you to know that Kindergarten schools are called LKG or UKG in many places, then you can follow the syllabus according to LKG or UKG study.

There are no Standard English books for class KG in schools, as children have to practice upper and lower case letters. It is good to practice this writing on a 4 line English notebook. We have also come up with an activity book for doing English activities, which is great for KG students during the practice. Download class KG English reading and writing book along with activities.

We have almost all types of books available for Maths and pre-math concepts. These books follow CBSE board as well as some state board also and have lots of practice worksheets. If you have not yet received a book from the school for some reason, you can take these books online from Tiwari Academy website or app so that you can continue your education at home. Students should also keep a square math notebook with them so that they gets used to writing on it.

For Hindi we have reading and writing books which contains worksheets for Hindi poetry, voice, and writing practice. The best thing about these books is that to write the patterns first, which makes it easy for the child to write the vowels. If a child knows how to write vowels, skip the vowel writing book and get a Hindi reading and writing book from our website. If parents are introducing Hindi subject to a child for the first time then this book is great for that purpose. You should also keep a notebook with 5 lines of Hindi so that you can inculcate the habit of writing in the notebook to your child from the very beginning.

EVS for grade KG given here is easy to understand for every student. Class GK EVS book teaches the child all the things that is mentioned in the previous section and falls in Science or Social Science category. Parents can teach kids all these things with the help of flashcards, activity books, puzzles, arts and crafts books also. We have listed some books here as examples, you can pick them as online PDF if you want.

In addition to the books mentioned above, the KG teaches children arts and crafts, poetry, stories, self-reliance, cooking without fire, good and bad manners, festivals, and celebrations. We commented earlier in a previous section that you can teach EVS while doing the activities. We hope now you don’t need to unnecessary search around for nursery class books or syllabus and you can easily engage your kids through these KG books. You can download the children’s syllabus and books in PDF format through the links given here.

COVID-19 has changed our lives, it has stopped many things. However, for all this, there should be no hindrance in the education of the children. For this purpose we have written we have provided even Nursery and KG books also free to download. If you like to download these books to use it offline just click to download without any login or password. Share the study material and books with other parents also, so that they can know about free contents in early childhood education and teach their children comfortably.

## What is Kindergarten or KG Class?

It is a pre-schooling which is originally began in the late 18th century when kindergartens were built to care for children, whose parents worked outside the home. Now a days, Kindergarten or KG have given a new dimension to early childhood education across the world and had influenced almost all sections. The term Kindergarten – KG is currently used in many countries to describe various educational institutions and places of learning for children between the ages of 3 and 6, depending on the variety of teaching methods.

## What type of study Material need to practice in Class KG?

A student of Class KG or Kindergarten uses reading and writing practice material, Optional study material Types questions, True False, Yes No, Combined Type, Fill in the Blanks, Multiple Choice Questions, Puzzle, One Word Answer, Picture Based Questions and Thematic Questions. This also includes environmental base questions and situations for all the students.

## How to teach a kid in Kindergarten KG?

A play way school, which is also known as a kindergarten, is the foundation of the student education. It should be good for all the students. Kindergarten is in the form of a public institution in many places but remains under private management in many places. Some institutions are also running it by taking grants from government funds.

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## Explaining a Major Education Settlement in California

The state has agreed to use at least \$2 billion meant for pandemic recovery to help students hurt most by remote learning.

By Sarah Mervosh

The State of California settled a lawsuit last week that had been going on for more than three years, since the height of the debate around pandemic school closures. The case was notable nationally; there have been few others like it. And the settlement included an eye-popping number: \$2 billion.

Several families in Oakland and Los Angeles had sued the state, accusing it of failing in its constitutional obligation to provide an equal education to all children in the state, because lower-income, Black and Hispanic students tended to have less access to remote learning in the spring and fall of 2020 than other students did.

It’s important to note that the state — meaning taxpayers — will not pay out any new money under the settlement. Instead, it will take money that was already set aside for pandemic recovery — no less than \$2 billion of it — and will direct schools to use it to help students who need it most to catch up. There will be requirements to spend the money on interventions that have a proven track record. You can read more about the settlement here .

Why does this matter?

Because new national data released last week, in a study led by researchers at Stanford and Harvard, made it clear that students across the country are nowhere close to catching up on learning lost during the pandemic .

That is true for students of all backgrounds, but especially for poor students. Schools in poor communities tended to stay closed longer than those in more affluent areas, and when they did, students lost more ground. Once schools reopened, students from richer families have tended to catch up more quickly than students from poorer families in the same districts, according to the new data.

Yet there have been some surprising variations.

In California, Compton Unified , near Los Angeles, and Delano Unified , north of Bakersfield, are examples of lower-income school districts that have recovered remarkably well, at least judging by standardized-test scores. You can read more about bright-spot districts, including Delano Unified, in an article I wrote with my colleagues Claire Cain Miller and Francesca Paris.

Some more affluent districts have had lackluster recoveries in reading, math or both, including Santa Monica-Malibu Unified , Menlo Park City in the Bay Area, and Arcadia Unified in the San Gabriel Valley, northeast of Los Angeles.

Look up your school district and see how it compares with nearby areas and the rest of the state. (Note: This data includes scores for students in third through eighth grades for most public school districts; some small ones are not included. The graphics show only math scores.)

Lakisha Young, the founder of Oakland REACH, a parent organization that worked closely with some families involved in the lawsuit, told me that the plaintiffs would not receive any personal compensation from the settlement.

She said she hoped that the settlement will mean that more students across the state will get the help they need.

“We have a lot of families who are not opening up The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times — they will never know that this lawsuit happened,” she said. But if those parents see their children advancing in reading and math, she said, “then they have won.”

Sarah Mervosh is an education reporter for The Times, focusing on K-12 schools.

## The rest of the news

A ferocious atmospheric-river storm that has battered California for days has started to taper off, though forecasters warned that there was a continuing danger of mudslides .

Climate change is leading to dangerous bouts of severe weather happening more and more often .

Judson Jones, a meteorologist and New York Times reporter, explains the intricacies in tracking the record-breaking storm that hit California on Sunday.

## Southern California

An accountant for the San Diego City Treasurer’s Office has agreed to accept a settlement of \$250,000 after reporting that she was fired after refusing to sign off on findings her bosses had changed , The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

The ninth-oldest person in the world, Pearl Berg, died in Los Angeles yesterday at 114 , The Los Angeles Times reports.

## Central California

Several Fresno gun dealers have noted a jump in their ammunition sales after a federal court ruled that California’s law requiring background checks for ammunition purchases was unconstitutional, The Fresno Bee reports.

## Northern California

Mayor London Breed of San Francisco is promoting a pair of public safety proposals, including one that would require that single adults on welfare be screened and treated for addiction to illegal drugs , that are on the March 5 ballot, The Associated Press reports.

A ban on street vending on Mission Street in San Francisco, originally set to last 90 days, has been extended for an additional six months in light of a decrease in reports of assaults and robberies in the area, The San Francisco Examiner reports.

The new Sixth Street Bridge in L.A. The Sundial Bridge in Redding. The exceptionally long San Mateo-Hayward Bridge.

Which California bridge is your favorite, and why?

Tell us at [email protected] . Please include your name and the city in which you live.

## And before you go, some good news

A recent study in the scientific journal Nature showed that sea otters had helped slow erosion in marshland near Monterey, The Associated Press reports .

The study measured the impact that sea otters had on erosion in a tidal estuary called Elkhorn Slough, where the once-dwindling otter population has started to recover in recent decades thanks to habitat restoration efforts.

The study compared rates of erosion in the estuary before the otters’ return with more recent data and found that the animals had helped stem erosion significantly by eating crabs that burrow deep in the marshland and make its banks less resistant to storms and rough water.

In addition to slowing erosion, sea otters have also been shown to help restore kelp forests by eating sea urchins whose seaweed diets similarly compromise the forest habitat.

Thanks for reading. We’ll be back tomorrow.

P.S. Here’s today’s Mini Crossword .

Soumya Karlamangla, Maia Coleman and Briana Scalia contributed to California Today. You can reach the team at [email protected] .

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## Using Technology for Students in Special Education: What the Feds Want Schools to Know

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Assistive technology—from visual timers to help students with learning differences keep track of their schedules to digital captioning software for those with hearing difficulties—can improve outcomes for students in special education if states and districts take full advantage of those tools, concludes guidance released recently by the U.S. Department of Education .

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act—the main federal law governing special education—has long required school teams developing an Individualized Education Program for students in special education to consider if assistive technology is needed to provide a particular student with a quality education, said Glenna Wright-Gallo, the assistant secretary in the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services in an email.

But this is the first time the department has released guidance on how assistive technology relates to the special education law. That’s partly because schools have come to rely so much more on technology for teaching and learning, Wright-Gallo said.

“As the pace of advancement, access, and use of education technology rapidly increases, there is a need to provide information about how to meet the requirements of” the special education law with respect to assistive technology, Wright-Gallo said.

What’s more, “since the pandemic accelerated schools’ and workplaces’ use of technology to provide opportunities for online and hybrid learning and work, there remains an ongoing need to ensure that technology devices and platforms are accessible to the needs of all students, including those with disabilities,” she added.

The guidance , released last month, is aimed at parents, specialists who provide services to babies and toddlers at risk of developmental delays, special educators, general educators, school and district leaders, technology specialists and directors, and state education officials, Wright-Gallo said.

It seeks to knock down misconceptions— what the guidance calls “myths” —about assistive technology.

For instance, the guidance:

• Makes it clear that a district needs to show parents and students how to use their assistive technology. It’s not up to the student and family to figure it out on their own.
• Clarifies that if a student is allowed to use an assistive technology—say, a timer or captioning—on class assignments, they can use it for state assessments, too.
• Carefully distinguishes between two terms that are sometimes used interchangeably: accessible technology and assistive technology. Accessible technology is used to describe tech designed to support many different users—not a particular person. Assistive technology refers to a piece of technology chosen specifically to help a particular child manage aspects of their disability.
• Emphasizes that assistive technology can be used for children even before they get to elementary school. It can help infants, toddlers, and their families with a child’s development.

The guidance also makes it clear that schools and districts aren’t alone in researching assistive technology. They can reach out to their local Assistive Technology program —there’s one in every state and territory—for help in figuring out which devices might work in a particular student’s situation, testing devices out, seeing assistive tech demonstrations, or financing devices.

That provision will “encourage states and districts to really better explore the ways to ensure that students with disabilities access the assistive technology that they need,” said Audrey Busch, the executive director of the Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs, a nonprofit. The association represents state assistive technology programs nationally.

## ‘A holistic vision of how we need to think about education and technology in our schools’

The department intentionally released the guidance on Jan. 22 alongside the National Education Technology plan.

That plan emphasizes how technology can help tailor instruction for all students—not just those who receive special education services—using the principles behind Universal Design for Learning . UDL is a strategy that encompasses a wide set of teaching techniques, allowing multiple ways for teachers to present information and for students to engage in lessons and demonstrate what they know.

Releasing the guidance at the same time as the national tech plan was meant to “promote accessibility and address divides in digital use, design, and access,” Wright-Gallo said. “We know that the use of accessible technology and [assistive tech] can transform learning, reduce barriers, and improve outcomes for students with disabilities of all ages.”

Taken together, the national technology plan and the assistive technology guidance “really present a holistic vision of how we need to think about education and technology in our schools,” said Lindsay Jones, the CEO of CAST, a nonprofit education research and development organization that created the Universal Design for Learning framework. “I think that by showing how all sorts of people use technology, you will decrease the stigma on those who are using” assistive technology.

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## Canadian teacher accused of selling students’ art on personal website

Parents in disbelief after students at Montreal’s Westwood junior high found their art for purchase on mugs, phone cases and clothes

A Canadian teacher is under fire for allegedly using his personal website to sell nearly 100 pieces of art created by students, prompting disbelief and anger from parents.

Students at Montreal’s Westwood junior high school made the chance discovery last night after searching out their art teacher’s website. On it they found their own art, available for purchase on coffee mugs, mobile phone cases and clothing.

“Imagine your 13 year-old son coming home from school today with a story that his art teacher is selling students’ artwork online at \$94 per drawing without their prior knowledge!? That is completely insane,” parent Joel DeBellefeuille posted on social media . “I’m sure I’m not the only parent that wants answers.”

The teacher, identified as Mario Perron by CTV News, did not respond to the Guardian’s request for comment. On his website, the Montreal resident describes himself as a “life-long student of art” whose works appear in private collections in Canada, the US, Spain and Italy.

More than 90 works are still visible on the site , with the titles of many works – Julia’s Creepy Portrait, Charlotte’s Creepy Portrait – apparently referring to the names of students who created the art. As of Monday, the links to the art instead route to Perron’s paintings and the student art can no longer be purchased. Other social media accounts linked to Perron’s art have been taken down, including pages on Instagram and Facebook.

“I’m extremely disgusted with this person. It’s extremely, you know, it’s unbelievable,” Michael Bennett, who found work from both his daughters for sale, told CTV News. “Is [Perron] asking for these types of portraits to be done so it meets the market? I’m not quite sure on that aspect. However, I am not impressed at all with this person. I’m not impressed with the school, or the school board … [My daughters] feel cheated.”

The school board said in a statement it was “aware of the situation and is taking these allegations very seriously”, adding an investigation was “underway” and the board would not comment.

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