Resources for Parents, Teachers, Librarians and Other Professionals
Each of these special sections includes our most popular articles, tips sheets, videos, and other resources — selected especially for you.
Find resources and activities that can help your child become an engaged reader, including literacy adventure packs, themed booklists, author interviews, nonfiction resources, summer reading suggestions and more.
Teachers are always learning, too! Watch classroom videos and expert-led webcasts, browse our strategy library, discover our books and authors resources, find out more about STEM and literacy, go inside Common Core classrooms, learn how to help struggling readers and more.
Help the students in your school become star readers and writers by exploring content focused on the Common Core, parent engagement, professional development and much more.
Librarians are literacy leaders. Find resources on Common Core, helping struggling readers, tackling nonfiction, and more to engage growing readers. You'll also find exclusive interviews with children's book authors and illustrations to help children connect with their favorite books!
A love of literacy starts early! Monitor developmental milestones and engage with your growing readers using these literacy resources, including activities and resources on phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary and more.
Help students become confident, involved readers with articles and videos about parent engagement, how to help struggling readers, and ways to support classroom teachers.
Support struggling students using these resources, including research articles about learning disabilities, materials to share with parents and a free toolkit developed with the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP).
Speech-language pathologists have specialized knowledge to help children build their language literacy skills. These research-based articles and videos on IEPs, RTI, dyslexia, universal design and more will help you guide your students toward becoming successful readers and writers.
For children, educational television is a powerful tool for literacy engagement. This section is full of teacher resources, parent-child activities, outreach materials, booklists, videos and more to help maximize your station's positive impact on its young audience.