Schools and Families As Partners in Remote Literacy Learning

Remote literacy learning is a collaboration among schools, families, and students.

Children reading

This toolkit helps families join efforts to support children’s literacy growth in remote or blended learning environments.

Remote Literacy Learning: Coaching Steps for Familie

You can coach your child’s literacy learning at home. This means interacting with and guiding your child so he or she grows and succeeds.

Family Reading

This toolkit helps parents and families take part in literacy experiences at home to develop children’s reading and language skills.

Questions to ask about your child's assessments and instruction at school.

Helping your child with speech sounds supports early reading success.

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Resource Repository

Recommended websites, downloads, and videos from reliable sources.

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Improving Literacy Briefs

Research summaries and infographics written by our experts.

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State of Dyslexia

Dyslexia legislation in the United States of America.

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Ask an Expert

Our experts answer your literacy-related questions.

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Implementation Toolkits

Practical help for implementing recommended literacy practices.

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Literacy Skill Checklist

Personalized resources aligned with literacy skills for beginning readers.

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Learning Literacy Glossary

Key literacy terms with definitions.

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KID ZONE!

The Literacy Playground for Kids & Families!

Recommended Resources

The University of Florida Lastinger Center

Ask your students to retell the story to build early language and literacy skills in young children.

Topic: Comprehension

The University of Florida Lastinger Center

Have students count the number of words in the book title to build early language and literacy skills in young children.

Topic: Beginning Reading

Reading is Fundamental

This Reading is Fundamental resource offers tips for sharing books, playing games, singing songs, and having conversations with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers on a handy growth chart.

Topic: Language Development

High Frequency Words

Definition

Words that appear in print most often.