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To help you teach or learn during this challenging time, we are providing free online resources for reading, ideas for teaching reading at home, parent lesson plans, and struggling reader strategies to help all readers get into good books:

Book Quest

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate

Join a quest for knowledge! Choose your own path through a list of book options based around our theme "responding to challenges." Then, use what you have learned from reading to answer questions and complete your quest!

Compare and Contrast - Book to Movie

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate

Which do you like better, the book or the movie? Lots of great books are made into movies! In this activity, you will choose and read a book, then watch the Hollywood adaptation! Along the way, you will choose and answer prompts that help you to think about the similarities and differences between the book and the movie.

Independent Reading Goal-Setting Worksheet

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate

Set, work towards and share goals that will help you build strong reading habits.

Learning Ally DIY Book Club

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate

Start a book club with family, friends, or classmates.  This guide will help you get started with guiding questions. You may need an adult to help set up a virtual way to meet.  Our first book is Front Desk by Kelly Yang. 

Featured Audiobooks

Adult Guidance Needed - Low

Find your next favorite read by adding a book from Learning Ally's Featured Audiobooks collection to your bookshelf. (These books can also be found through library lending resources and retail vendor with adult help if you do not have a Learning Ally Audiobook account.)

Read-Draw-Write Graphic Organizer

Adult Guidance Needed - Low

Read a book and then use your creativity to tell the story through a drawing.

Write a Friendly Letter

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate

Stay connected to your friends, family, or community by expressing yourself through a letter.

Independent Reading Graphic Organizer

Adult Guidance Needed - High

Read a new book and record your thoughts on the story!

KWL Chart

Adult Guidance Needed - Moderate-High

Activate prior knowledge, wonderings and learning by having using a KWL chart when reading a new book. 

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