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  • Bright Ideas for Back-to-School Night and Beyond
    Resources and tips for parents and teachers to launch a great year
  •  Meet Newbery Winner Linda Sue Park
    Sharing family stories, Korean culture and history
  • Portraits of Struggling Readers
    Meet four children who are learning to become strong, confident readers
  • Take Flight!
    Fiction and nonfiction books, activities, apps and websites all about flight
  • Literacy Centers
    Tips for organizing and managing all kinds of active learning stations
  • Reading Adventure Packs for Families
    Robots, stars, flight, dinosaurs, oceans, bees, building, music and more!
  • Nonfiction for Kids
    Great kids' books, tips on reading nonfiction text and more
  •  A Chance to Read
    An inside look at reading challenges facing kids with disabilities

A Room of Writers

Go inside Shana Sterkin's third grade class as she engages her students in writer's workshop. Everyone shares their writing, including Miss Sterkin.

Launching Young Readers Series

Launching Young Readers Series

Our PBS series explores reading and writing development in young children. The programs feature top reading experts, best practices in the classroom, support for struggling learners and how parents can help their kids succeed.

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Professional Development Webcasts

Professional Development Webcasts

Learn from national experts on topics including RTI, assessment, differentiated instruction, comprehension, early literacy, supporting English language learners, educational media and more.

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Reading and writing in the classroom

Classroom Strategies

Classroom Strategies

Our strategy library provides teachers with effective, research-based classroom strategies to help build and strengthen literacy skills in the following areas: print awareness, phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.

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