• Back to School for Parents and Teachers
    Tips and resources to help you get ready for the best school year yet!
  •  Our conversation with Raina Telgemeier
    Raina talks about her new book (Guts), why everyone has a story to tell — and more!
  • Assistive Technology
    Find resources to help kids become strong readers and writers
  • Start with a Book: Read. Explore. Learn!
    Themed books and activities to inspire active learning all summer long
  • Reading Tips for Parents in 13 Languages
    How to help your kids (babies to grade 3) build their literacy skills!
  • Match Young Readers with Books They Will Love!
    Create custom booklists from our library of 5,000+ books
  • Looking at Writing
    Writing samples from real kids PreK to grade 3, plus teaching tips
  • Literacy in the Sciences
    Simple activities that build literacy and science inquiry skills
  • Reading 101: A Guide to Teaching Reading and Writing
    What every teacher should know
Reader's Theater

This lively, collaborative activity helps kids learn to read aloud with expression — and builds reading confidence. The best Reader's Theater scripts include lots of dialogue!

Classroom Strategies

Growing young readers: what matters in early literacy

Kindergarten Readiness

Kindergarten Readiness

All About Pre-K: How to help our youngest children get ready to read! Articles, video, tip sheets, milestones and more.

Great Teaching

Evidence-Based Reading Instruction

Reading 101: Our guide to best practices in teaching reading and writing. Try our free, online self-paced course modules.

Parent Engagement

Parent Engagement

Growing Readers: Our monthly parent tips about reading, writing, STEM, and more. Subscribe today and help support your young learners! (Available in English and Spanish)

Start with a Book

Summer Reading and Learning

Start with a Book: Themed-based books paired with activities to keep kids reading, exploring, thinking, and building critical background knowledge.

"The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you'll go." — Dr. Seuss