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Stay connected with the latest from Reading Rockets and let others know about our free resources! We invite you to use any of the methods and venues here to partner with us and help us spread the word about the importance of reading.
Reading Rockets also offers RSS feed updates for your personal or organizational websites. RSS feeds will update or send an email alert when new headlines, blog posts, reading tips, and articles are added to Reading Rockets. You can receive the updates by email or RSS.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an automated content feed, that's it! RSS is an easy way to get fresh Reading Rockets content delivered automatically to your favorite news reader (like My Yahoo or Netvibes). The feeds are displayed as a series of headlines and brief summaries, with links to the full text.
Click on the links below to subscribe to our feeds by RSS or e-mail.
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Our web widgets allow you to provide fresh Reading Rockets content on your organization's website or your blog. The content updates automatically, allowing your readers to access great resources as soon as they've been published. And, the widgets are very easy to add — just click, copy, embed.
We offer nine different widgets, including Reading Tip of the Day, Daily Lit Quiz, Children's Books & Authors, Teaching Reading, and Resources for Parents. See all widgets >
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Embed our videos on your website
YouTube hosts all of the Reading Rockets video, and it's easy to embed our video into your site:
- Find the video you want and look for the "Share" icon in the upper right corner of the video player.
- PC users: right-click the icon and select "Copy embed code." If there is no icon, just right-click anywhere in the video.
- Mac users: hold the Control key while you click the mouse and select "Copy embed code."
- Paste the code into your site.
Link to us
Let others know about Reading Rockets and help us spread the word about the importance of reading! When linking to ReadingRockets.org, please use one of the following examples.
Simple text link to Reading Rockets
Copy and paste the following code onto your website:
<a href="http://www.readingrockets.org">Reading Rockets: Reading & Language Arts Teaching Strategies for Kids</a>
Text and graphic link to Reading Rockets
Feel free to use the following graphic on your website and make it clickable to Reading Rockets.
Just copy and paste the following code onto your website:
<a href="http://www.readingrockets.org"><img src="/rrlogo.jpg" alt="Reading Rockets: Reading & Language Arts Teaching Strategies for Kids" width="180" height="68" /></a> <br />
Embed the Reading Rockets anniversary web badge
In 2011, we celebrated 10 years of launching young readers! Embed one of these web badges onto your blog or website, link to Reading Rockets, and let your readers know about our great, free resources.
Distribute flyers, guides, and articles
You're also welcome to download and distribute the free guides in our Reading Guides section, and to print out and distribute most of the Reading Rockets articles you find on this site.
Public service announcements
Reading Rockets has created 30-second public service announcements featuring celebrities Morgan Freeman, Reba McIntire, Molly Ringwald, Vivica Fox, and Al Roker. The lighthearted video spots encourage parents to read with their children. You are welcome to broadcast the public service announcements or include them on your website.