Reading, writing, listening, and speaking are all parts of literacy. Whether you provide homework help as part of your afterschool program or you simply want fun ways to improve a student's reading, writing, speaking, or listening skills, we hope this collection of resources will be helpful for you.
WRiTE BRAiN BOOKS are RICHLY ILLUSTRATED, WORDLESS BOOKS with lines on the pages where young authors can write their original and creative stories. They have an afterschool and a summer curriculum. This program is not free but is worth checking out.
First Book provides new books, learning materials, and other essentials to children in need. They have distributed over 135 million books and resources to programs serving children from low-income families.
This resources is free for all residents of Idaho. Through Libraries Linking Idaho you can access databases and resources, including NoveList K-8 Plus, College Preparation Center, and more.
This is the section of the Washington Post designed for kids. They include games, contests, puzzles, and fun activities related to current news. They also write articles written at elementary level.