April 24, 2018

Dive into summer reading with TeachingBooks.net

Three cheers for summer reading! High quality summer programs help foster creativity, promote reading skills and prevent the summer slide. Enhance your summer reading program with thoughtful digital resources curated by TeachingBooks to engage readers and connect them to new summer adventures. Dip your toes into these helpful hints to support summer reading:

  1. Create partnerships between school, local libraries or summer programs to co-create a reading program.
  2. Create book displays with QR flyers and bookmarks to support reading at home.
  3. Highlight annotations and book trailers to encourage student choice.

Hear Ye, Hear Ye...Get the word out!

Your license provides access for your whole learning community-readers, families and colleagues! Share the good news and maximize usage.

  • Create training during the summer that targets new initiatives
  • Plan for fall and embed TeachingBooks.net on your website pages
  • Explore the resources, then share access directions with everyone in your learning community

You're invited!

Join us for the rest of our Webinars of the Month for the 2017-2018 series. Sign up for one or for the rest of the series.

  • May 16: Hot Topics & Emerging Issues
  • June 13: Staff Picks: Our Favorite Things
  • July 24: Book Discussion - Social Justice
Register today!

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