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What if there was a free resource that could help your child be better prepared for school and that was delivered right to your phone or email?

Fort Worth ISD offers just that—a free service that teaches you how to help your child developmentally and academically from birth through third grade! To sign up visit this link.

Short videos are delivered to your phone, tablet or computer via text message, app, or email and demonstrate activities you can do with your child anytime, anywhere.

There are three video options depending on your child’s age group:

Birth – age 3

It’s never too early to begin talking and playing with your baby or toddler to develop fine and gross motor skills, memory, language skills, and so many other important developmental milestones.

Based on the age of your child, you will receive unique videos several times a week. Each short video will focus on different developmental areas.

Click here to see more Ready Baby sample videos

Ages 3 – 4 or Pre-Kindergarten

The Ready Rosie group of videos focuses on the pre-school or Pre-K age child. At this age, it’s important to prepare your child to be school-ready.

These videos are aligned to state guidelines on school readiness and Pre-K curriculum. Plus, if your child is attending school, it also reinforces what they’re learning in the classroom.

Specifically, these videos focus on sounds, colors, shapes, letter recognition, and other skills that are needed to be successful in kindergarten.

Click here to see more Ready Rosie sample videos

Ages 5 – 8 or Kindergarten through third grade

Bringing Up videos take learning to the next level. Every year your child is in school it becomes more important for you to be involved in his or her education.

You’ll notice the children in the video are older, and the concepts become more complex. Solving work problems, summarizing stories, spelling, mental math, reading, and writing are focused on heavily in this group of videos.

There are also expert videos to help you along the way!


Click here to visit BringingUp and watch videos.

Don’t forget to share your Summer Learning activities on social media! Make sure to use the hashtag #SummerLearning.