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Literacy and Numeracy Tips: A Guide for Parents Ages 0-12
This booklet provides handy tips and ways you can help your child develop literacy and numeracy skills. It provides fun, inexpensive, accessible and practical activities you can do with your child at home.
Math Games - Education Above All
Education Above All's Math Games are designed for 4 levels of learners from the ages of 4 - 14 years based on a competency framework. Each of the games is fun, requires a low amount of resources, and is implementable in or out of school contexts.
Parental Engagement in Children’s Learning: Insights for remote learning response during COVID-19
This research brief is one of a series that explores the impact of COVID-19 on education. It focuses on the potential parental role in learning and its association with foundational reading and numeracy skills.
Edikasyon Kle Lavni (EKLA) Program
This interactive radio instruction (IRI) series provides Haitian out-of-school youth with Level 1 and 2 instruction in Creole language and mathematics.
Between 2006-2011, the Tucheze Tujifunze preschool interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Radio Instruction to Strengthen Education (RISE) project, provided curricula-based lessons for nonformal facilitators to lead with children in their community-based preschool centers (and modeled ECD teaching for facilitators) in Zanzibar.
The Mambo Elimu interactive radio instruction (IRI) series, part of the Radio Instruction to Strengthen Education (RISE) program, is designed to provide curricula-based lessons for out-of-school children who gather at learning centers in Tanzania.
Radio-Based Education for All (RABEA)
RABEA accelerated English and math programming for youth teaches primary school subjects alongside lifeskills for out-of-school youth in levels 1-4 (uses conflict-sensitive messaging) in South Sudan.
Rwanda Literacy, Language and Learning (L3) Initiative
Full-year interactive audio instruction (IAI) series for Rwandan formal government schools that uses the government curriculum in Kinyarwanda and English literacy and numeracy for grades 1-4 (primary 1-4).
Project d’Amélioration de la Qualité de l’Education (PAQUED)
The three primary school interactive radio instruction (IRI) series provide curricula-based grade 1-6 language and mathematics programming for learners in formal schools in DRC. There is also a short series that guides community leaders, families, and others on how to organize and manage community schools.
The Tikwere primary (grades 1-4 interactive radio instruction (IRI), series, part of the MERIT Project, provided curricula-based lessons for formal school students, using the newly developed curricula by the Malawi Ministry of Education: Primary Curriculum and Assessment Reform (PCAR). The content covered literacy, numeracy, and lifeskills.