In an effort to support you during this unprecedented time, TeachingBooks wants to perpetuate relevant literacy connections for everyone in your community. We have developed a Book & Reading Engagement Kit: Home Edition that you may freely use. We also have highlighted a variety of virtual learning activities for you, your students, and parents as […]
See how others are using TeachingBooks! Discover tips for integrating TeachingBooks resources into your classrooms and libraries. Written by the TeachingBooks professional development team with guest contributions from users like you!
Instruction that infuses nonfiction titles support the development of reading and research skills, comprehension, persuasive writing, and much, much more. TeachingBooks resources facilitate the seamless integration of this rich body of texts to bring a love of nonfiction to ALL readers!
Find and infuse inspiration directly from authors and illustrators into your makerspaces! Check out this month’s blog to discover ideas on drawing literacy to makerspaces and back again with digital resources on TeachingBooks.
Creating Reading Magic has never been easier! Explore ideas for ways to bring books to life with Custom Reading Lists.
Here are a few ideas for tasks that volunteers can complete using TeachingBooks that will support your work with readers and books — now easier than ever with our new scanning function!
We know that in the midst of summer school, kids and adults alike can get that itch to go outside and play. Try these resources to give your students a change of pace and enrich your summer programs.
The TeachingBooks Implementation & Educational Support Team of Kym Davick, Deb Ford, and Mary Ellen Graf want to introduce you to our two new Implementation & Training Specialists!
When communicating with students and families, sharing tools allow for ease of availability. Selecting a resource and sending it through our share tools gives the recipient immediate access.
Open the curtains and kick off your lesson with resources for readers of all ages! Build reading confidence and background knowledge while encouraging interaction with the text.
Books with diverse characters give our readers an opportunity to see themselves when they read.