We’re celebrating Children’s Book Week by sharing some of our favorite early literacy resources for at-home learning. Visit ExcelinEd.org to learn how your state can empower every child to read and succeed.
Early Literacy Resources for Families
The Barbara Bush Foundation has created an educational toolkit to help parents and children learn together at home.
Who can be a learning hero? Every parent! BeALearningHero.org helps parents support learning at home — with simple actions to help children reach their goals.
CommonLit offers a free online reading program for parents (and teachers!) to use to improve students’ reading and writing skills.
The Daily Briefing host Dana Perino reads her favorite short stories to American children every afternoon.
Reading Rockets identifies ways to keep kids reading, writing, exploring and learning at home.
What Others Are Saying
— Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) May 7, 2020
Catch your favorite #childrensbook creators talking about their favorite character creations during #BookWeek2020atHome by watching our #CREATORCORNER videos done in partnership with @KidLitTV_NYC! https://t.co/gKnZcaQyJo pic.twitter.com/X4VmxSheVY
— Every Child a Reader (@EveryChildRead) May 6, 2020
During #ChildrensBookWeek race to vroom & zoom with Mack & Rig as they become fast friends in the pun-filled TWO TOUGH TRUCKS by @CoreyPBNinja, @GomezWrites & @hilary_leung from @Scholastic! #BookWeek2020atHome #GetCaughtReading #homeschooling #kidsathome https://t.co/fezH9SbUiO
— CelebratePictureBks (@CelebratePicBks) May 8, 2020
— Read On Arizona (@ReadOnArizona) May 8, 2020