Renseignements en français

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Renseignements en Français

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Student Results

Help Me Tell My Story and Help Me Talk About Math support language development and math thinking. Caregivers can access student results and view learning ideas through a web portal.


1. Benefits

  • Help Me Tell My Story supports language learning in three- to five-year-old children.
  • Help Me Talk About Math supports development of math skills and thinking for Grade 1 students.
  • Immediate access to results is available for caregivers and educators through easy-to-use web-based tools.
  • Results are directly linked to learning activities focused on fostering language development and math skills and thinking.
  • Help Me Tell My Story and Help Me Talk About Math are fun and engaging, promoting collaboration among the school, home and community.

2. How to Access Your Child's Assessment

  • Schools must be enrolled in the Help Me Tell My Story program and/or the Help Me Talk About Math program.
  • You will receive an access code from your child's teacher once the assessment is complete.
  • You will need to log on or register to create a Saskatchewan Account.
  • You will input your access code.

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3. Further Information

If you are interested in bringing Askî's World to your school or would like more information, please contact

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