Reading & Literacy

Reenergizing the Daily 5 in Your Classroom

by
Madison Michell

As we step into April (can you believe it’s here already?), it’s officially safe to start your countdown to the end of the school year!

By the Numbers: Why Early Literacy Matters

by
Sarah Cornelius

We love having the opportunity to celebrate reading and focus on the importance of literacy every March in recognition of National Reading Month. This year, we celebrated Dr.

[Foundational Literacy] Building Your Elementary Classroom Library

by
McKenna Wierman

The best way to develop literacy skills in young readers is to simply get them reading. Building your own classroom library is a great way to encourage kids to look for books that interest them, explore new topics, and become proficient, independent readers.

[Foundational Literacy Skills] Why Reading By the Third Grade Really Matters

by
McKenna Wierman

Reflecting back on our own formative years, we don’t normally think about the third grade as a milestone in life.

Celebrate National Reading Month with FREE Downloadable Resources!

by
Madison Michell

We've pulled a few of our favorite activities from Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress, including reading passages, posters, activities, and worksheets, to help you celebrate Reading Month in your classroom!

Celebrate Read Across America Day: 5 Dr. Seuss Favorites to Share with Your Students

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Sarah Cornelius

Every year, Read Across America Day is celebrated on March 2nd to commemorate the birthday of beloved (and prolific) children’s author, Dr. Seuss, and kick off National Reading Month.

[Product Enhancement] Reading Eggspress Assignments

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Madison Michell

We're excited to share a refreshed Reading Eggspress Assignments interface that will provide educators with even more content available to assign and additional status details to help monitor students’ completion of assignments.

Helping Reluctant Readers: How Parents Can Overcome 4 Common Objections

by
Elaine Ho

Strong reading skills lead to huge academic payoffs, but they don't come naturally for every child. We've got simple tips for parents to overcome four common roadblocks that reluctant readers face.

Five Read Alouds to Celebrate 100 Days of School

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Madison Michell

The 100th day of school is just around the corner! As you collect ideas for crafts, snacks, and fun activities students will participate in this year, take a look at this list of five read alouds and corresponding activities to help you celebrate the day together—and sneak in a little learning along the way!

Five Reasons to Incorporate Literacy Stations in Your Elementary Classroom

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McKenna Wierman

Literacy stations are a flexible model to help your students to become strong readers by providing meaningful, ongoing practice and application of literacy skills including reading, writing, listening, fluency, and vocabulary.

[Student Engagement] Practicing Literacy Skills Over Winter Break with Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress

by
Regina Waddell

Help your pre-K-6th grade students keep up the habit of reading daily over the winter break with our engaging early literacy programs, Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress!

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