Curriculum

Note on curriculum: Any curriculum not listed as provided must be purchased at the parent's expense.

2019-2020 Orientation Slideshow on Curriculum

"I Can" Checklists

While it is not required to fill out these checklists, you may find these useful in completing and bringing to your final WSLP meeting. Checklists are available in this google folder.

District-Provided Online Curricula

All these sites require log-in and password that is to be used only by parents of currently enrolled NFP students when educating their student. To receive credentials, please email communications@nfpparents.org and include the name(s) and grade(s) of your students.

  • Math Expressions (Grades K-5)
  • TCI Science (Grades K-5)
  • Benchmark Literacy (Grades K-5)

iReady Testing

Once your child has completed testing you will be sent their login information so they may access instruction. Your advisor will forward reports from iReady when available.

i-Ready Instruction provides students with supplemental lessons based on their individual skill level and needs, so your child can learn at a pace that is right for them. These lessons are fun and interactive to keep your child engaged as they learn.

Trends we are noticing across the board:

    • Reading - Comprehension of Informational Texts
    • Math - Numbers and Operations and Geometry

If you need access to additional instructional materials feel free to contact your advisor. Log in at​ login.i-ready.com

Here are lists of NSD Board approved curricula by grade. For access or ordering information, contact Christy Clausen Assistant Director of Curriculum and Instruction cclausen@nsd.org 425-408-7682

Homeschooling 101 Workshop Recap

If you missed the homeschooling workshop on October 19, 2018 you can watch the video and get other information through this link.

Positive Discipline Workshop Recap

If you missed the Positive Discipline workshop on November 16, 2018 you can watch the video and get other information through this link.

Websites to Explore

Here are some resources that you may wish to explore as part of your homeschooling journey.

Typing Resources

It’s amazing how much less arduous writing becomes when students learn to type. They can plan, draft, revise, and edit, all in the same document. It is also a great way for you to help them as writers, because, if you have them work in Google Docs, you can access their writing and work with them.

I noticed a lot of hunting and pecking when kids were taking the SBAC. Here are a couple of typing programs you might consider using at home.

Typing Club

Dance Mat Typing

Nitro Type