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Virtual Coffee

In previous years, CCC hosted a monthly Parent Coffee at the school which provided parents with information about the education of their children and ideas for working with them at home. We are trying something a little different this year in hopes that more parents will have access to the information we provide. This way, parents can access the information posted on our website 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! CCC will be posting new information for parents regularly, so please check back often! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas regarding what you would like to see added to our site, please contact Nora Baker at (760) 367-0750 or nora_baker@morongo.k12.ca.us


The following items are tips for helping your child improve their reading strategies at home. We hope that these tips give you some new ideas on how to support your child's reading at home.

  • Set aside a special reading time.  Tell your child you look forward to and enjoy your reading time together.  Try reading chapter books with an older child.
  • Help your child get a library card from the public library.  Take your child to the library as often as possible.
  • Help your child pick out interesting books to read.
  • Write notes to your child and leave them in special places to be found -- under pillows, in lunches, or in favorite books.
  • Subscribe to a children's magazine in your child's name.
  • Bring books in the car for your child to read.
  • When traveling, read road signs with your child and discuss what they mean.  Play road sign games.
  • Think of a word and see how many times your child can find it in the newspaper or a magazine -- or if in a car, on the signs you pass.
  • Let your child read the advertisements that come in the mail.
  • Have your child help you cook by reading a recipe.
  • Have your child help you create a project by reading the directions involved.
  • Let your child help you select which cereal (or any types of food) by reading the boxes in the grocery store.
  • When playing a family game, have your child read the directions aloud.

Below are some wonderful websites that have more ideas for helping your child improve their reading skills.