March 27, 2019

New Instructional Uses page for Early Childhood Literacy

Instructional Uses pages are inspired by National Standards and demonstrate how supports your literacy efforts across the curriculum.

Our newest page, Early Childhood, focuses on budding readers as they construct the meaning of written, oral, and spoken language. Discover ways to involve families in young children's development and learning while selecting just-right titles. And as always, share resources immediately to connect readers with books.

New Story Map Lessons

We are excited to share our new Story Map templates to enrich your instruction of fiction titles. With these templates, you can scaffold content, differentiate lessons, and engage your readers all while supporting your instructional goals.

  • Story Map templates - Bridge understanding of literary elements with these leveled templates. Each offers space to add your own customized questions connected to instructional goals and learning targets.
  • Nonfiction Read and Respond templates - These offer leveled options to support and extend comprehension of expository text.

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