To support you as you begin planning for what the 2021–22 academic year will bring, we’ve curated a list of our best resources and recommended solutions aligned to your goals for this upcoming school year.
Get bright ideas delivered to your inbox.
Reading is more than just a skill, it’s the foundation of future academic success. And as an educator, you want to see your budding bookworms enthusiastic about learning to read, because you know how important it is for them to see reading as a positive and enjoyable experience.
Classroom literacy stations are an easy, adaptable, and reusable way for your to incorporate all aspects of reading and English Language Arts into your curriculum. Here are seven steps to get a successful literacy stations program up and running in your classroom.
It’s no secret that reading is one of the best ways to keep students learning and practicing academic skills over the summer (not to mention to help avoid that pesky summer learning slide). So, how can you make sure your budding bookworms continue to build on their love of reading you worked hard to instill throughout the school year? We’ve compiled several of our favorite reading and literacy activities from Reading Eggs and Reading Eggspress to share with your pre-K through 6th grade students.
While everyone can appreciate a good lazy day, the academic consequences of an entire summer off is not something to take lightly. In fact, ASCD reports that, on average, elementary students lose one month of learning over the summer. Even more concerning is the fact that learning loss from this “summer slide” seems to be cumulative. Keep your students learning all summer long with these 10 tips.