Resources For Home

Resources For Home

Storyline Online and Romper streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

Core Knowledge Language Arts has made a series of PreK- Grade 3 read-alouds available on Youtube, they are organized in the folders here.

Flyleafpublishing.com offers authentic, decodable books that provide successful and motivating first reading experiences for students who are not yet fluent readers. Comprehensive instructional materials help teachers develop students’ foundational reading skills and close reading skills, beginning students on their path toward a literate future.

Amplify offers ideas for at-home activities for younger students to develop foundational skills.

Kid Zone! from the National Center for Improving Literacy is a place where families can participate as your child builds literacy skills in a fun and interactive way.

Nessy is an online platform that provides instruction in foundational reading skills and writing development.

Reading Rockets has a list of different online reading apps.

Achieve the Core has provided a list of foundational skill practice for K-1 students.

ReadWriteThink has materials to use outside of school, ranging from games, activities, project ideas, podcasts, tips for parents, etc.

National Center on Improving Literacy offers ideas to help your beginning reader read and write with practical ideas and strategies based on what works.

UF Literacy Institute is run through the University of Florida College of Education and offers resources for parents including activities and information about literacy in the primary grades (K-3).

PBS offers articles, tips, and activities, organized by age, to help develop children’s literacy skills.

Reading Partners provides some resources to stay educated and informed about early literacy.

Meadows Center offers tips and resources on a variety of topics to help parents with learning at home.

Friends on the Block is an intensive literacy intervention, yet it is flexible so teachers and families can easily customize the program for varying learner needs.