Parent Resources

“It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” - Frederick Douglass

We know you want what is best for your daughter. You want her to be successful, and you want her to be happy. So why not encourage her to pursue a career in STEM? She could discover the cure for cancer, design the next state-of-the-art computer, or be the first person to walk on Mars. Not sure how to encourage her interest in STEM? That’s what we’re here for!

GGIT Students attending a NASA shuttle launch.

GGIT Students attending a NASA shuttle launch.

Parenting Resources

Encouraging Girls in Math and Science
Not sure how to encourage your daughter to pursue math and science? This website show you how you can encourage your daughter to be all she can be.

Dads and Daughters
Dads, not sure how to relate to your daughters? This website is full of ideas for dads on how to inspire, understand and support their daughters.

Family TLC
Tools to enhance the parent/child relationship based on the age of your child. Find activities for the both of you!

FamilyShare
Join this on-line community powered by parents. Find advice and answers to your questions from real parents just like you.

The Foundation for a Better Life
Be inspired and pass it on. This website hopes to inspire people to make values a part of their own lives, and then to communicate the benefits to others.

Travel for Kids
Find fun getaway ideas for the family with this website which gives you information from before you go and while you’re there.

Helpful Links

Ask Dr. Math
Have a math question? Ask Dr. Math on this free tutoring website.

Class Brain
Visit this website for great ideas and help on school reports and projects, class fundraising, movies, fun, games, and more!

Cool Math
An amusement park of math and more! Math lessons, math games, and math practice!

EurekAlert
Science news that’s sure to get kids interested! Resources for science reports too!

Fun Brain Parents Place
Get fun activities and skill-building ideas for your kids in a variety of subjects.
 

Parents! Help us out…

We want to learn what we can do to better serve you and your children. Will you please take a moment to answer these questions? Answer in the comment field below. We want to hear from you!

What areas are you most interested in your kids learning about? Science, technology, engineering, or math?

What grades are your children in?

What is the most significant challenge to your children in learning math and science today?

What tools would you use at home to address these challenges?

What can Girls Get I.T. do to help bring awareness to issues facing parents whose children struggle with math and science?

What can the state of Florida do to help your children score better on FCAT and enjoy math and science?

 

 

 

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