Parent Resources

Welcome to the Parent Resources page. We have grouped our resources into four major categories: Teaching Resources, Fun & Educational for Kids, Head Start Resources & Other and/or Community Resources (community programs and more). 

Children Learning While Playing

Teaching Resources, Fun & Educational for Kids

  • Kindergarten Inicio “versión de los padres” http://cccchs.org/docs/kindergarten-start-up-chart-spa.pdf

    Kindergarten Start-Up “Parents Version” http://cccchs.org/docs/kindergarten-start-up-chart.pdf
    Oregon Safe Kids http://public.health.oregon.gov/PreventionWellness/SafeLiving/KeepingChildrenSafe/SafeKids/Pages/index.aspx
  • Working to prevent unintentional, preventable injury and death.
  • PBS Kids http://pbskids.org/games/
  • Play hundreds of free educational games and fun activities with your favorite characters from PBS KIDS shows.
  • Reading is Fundamental http://rif.scholastic.com/ “
  • The Parents section of the Reading Is Fundamental web site offers several tips and suggestions to help encourage your kids to read. You’ll find activities, tips, articles, booklists, games, and more. There is a Kids section too!
  • Scholastic http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/student-activities
  • Online activities and interactive learning for students in grades pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
  • Peep and the Big Wide World http://peepandthebigwideworld.com/en/
  • Hatching new scientists every day!

    The animated series Peep and the Big Wide World gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science and math to preschoolers. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines, and lovable characters combine with a comprehensive science program to attract and engage kids three to five years old.
  • VROOM http://www.joinvroom.org/
  • Every parent has what it takes to be a brain builder.
    The brain develops most rapidly during the first five years of life.

    There is no time in life when the brain develops more rapidly than during the first five years. So by building children’s brains from the earliest ages, you’re actually shaping the foundation for future learning. Here’s a glimpse at all that’s taking place inside your baby’s brain!

    VROOM – The Brain Story (click here)

    VROOM – Activities Print Out (click here)

  • 2015 Parent Resource Guide (English) http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf
  • Summer Resource Guide (Spanish) http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide%20SPANISH.pdf
    2015
  • Parent Resource Guide (Spanish) http://cccchs.org/docs/2015%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide%20SPANISH.pdf
    2016
  • Clackamas County Summer Resource Guide (Spanish) http://cccchs.org/docs/SPANISH%202016%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf
    2016
  • Clackamas County Summer Resource Guide (English) http://cccchs.org/docs/ENGLISH%202016%20Summer%20Resource%20Guide.pdf

Head Start Resources

  • Dental Exam Form http://cccchs.org/docs/Oral%20Health%20Assessment.pdf
  • Dental Exam / Treatment Plan
    Reporte del Examen Dental / Plan de Tratamiento
  • Manual para los Padres http://cccchs.org/docs/Parent%20Handbook%20SPA.pdf
    Mental Health Resource Guide http://cccchs.org/docs/MH%20Provider%20Resources.pdf
  • Compiled by the Mental Health Program at Clackamas County Children’s Commission
  • Parent Handbook & Calendar http://cccchs.org/docs/CCCCHS%20Parent%20Handbook%20and%20Calendar.pdf
    Family Reading & Activity Log (MS-Word) http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.doc
    Horas de voluntario de familia en el hogar (MS-Word) http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.doc
    Family Reading & Activity Log (PDF) http://cccchs.org/docs/Reading%20Log.pdf “
  • Instructions: Use this form to record time you spend at home on activities specifically directed at extending your child’s learning (such as those provided in the Activity Calendar). MS-Word version
  • Well Child Exam Form http://cccchs.org/docs/Health%20Appraisal.pdf
    Birth to Five School Readiness Goals http://cccchs.org/docs/Birth%20to%205%20School%20Readiness%20Goals.pdf
    MH Provider Resource http://cccchs.org/docs/MH%20Provider%20Resources.pdf
    School Readiness Goals http://cccchs.org/docs/School%20Readiness%20Goals%202015-16%20EHS&HS.pdf

Other and/or Community Resources

  • 211 Info http://211info.org/
    211info has free information about more than 7,000 health, community, and social services. And now 211 is available in EVERY Oregon county
    Clackamas County Community Resources Poster http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_english.pdf
  • Community resources poster in English
    Recursos en la Comunidad del Condado De Clackamas http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_spanish.pdf
    Общественные ресурсы округа Клакамас http://www.clackamas.us/socialservices/documents/poster_russian.pdf
    Clackamas County Community Resource Site http://www.clackamas.us/h3s/resources.html
  • Clackamas County offers links to several helpful resources.
    OrFirst http://www.orfirst.org/
    We are a non-profit Community Parent Resource Center serving special education families located in Portland, Oregon with children birth to age 26.
    Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orfirst.portland