Reading Rockets summer reading materials give parents, teachers, and district leaders many ideas to keep students reading over the summer.
Classroom libraries are often a student’s only way of finding literature easily. Does your classroom library represent the students in your classroom? Your classroom library should be inviting and organized and include books that are engaging. Want to know more? Read this Assessment Tool from First Book.
If a student has ever asked you why a word is spelled or sounds a certain way, this resource is for you. It lists 15 rules for reading and spelling in the English language. This resource is appropriate for parents as well.
This resource, developed by Project Zero at Harvard, provides a routine to help students of any age (early childhood through Grade 12 and beyond) warm up to thinking about any topic, idea, or image. It is available in English and Spanish. Every student will have something to say if you introduce this routine!
This IES practice guide highlights research with demonstrated success in improving reading outcomes for students in Grades 4–9. It includes practical recommendations for reading interventions in the upper grades as well as tips for implementation and the identification of potential obstacles.