Learning Resources for Young Children
Reading Power’s professional educators have put together this catalog of learning resources to support children’s literacy learning.
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Experience Learning Through Virtual Field Trips, Activities, and More!
Focusing on word and letter recognition. Includes an Alphabet Trail, Alphabet Tic Tac Toe, FAST WORD lists, upper and lower case letters.
Focusing on reading comprehension and making connections, sight words, reading strategy bookmarks and writing activities.
Focusing on poetry and reading comprehension. The packet includes poems and activities for every day of the week.
Focusing on word families, FAST word games, rhyming games and more!
This back to school learning kit features a Heart Map, Before You Read Die games, Color Walks and Conversation Starters.
Due to COVID-19 school closures, many education companies are offering free subscriptions for all of their learning materials and provide activities you can do at home.
Make learning experiential and memorable! Click here to download more than 30 scavenger hunts that will help your children become better readers and writers!
Inspiration Laboratories provides science projects, reading and spelling games, arts and crafts, and recipes with detailed instructions for assured fun.
Check out this resource for interesting information about weather and climate, plants and animals, water, the atmosphere and energy. Also found here are experiments you can do at home, such as making a solar oven or a terrarium and much more.
Here’s a Google Document list of fun trips to take on the web. Take a virtual field trip to places like the San Diego Zoo, Yellowstone National Park, or even Mars!
This article acts as an important resource for teachers in this period of social distancing. It is a basic guide to help educators, administrators, and parents avoid the problems that come with this quick jump to online learning.
Reading Resources for Parents
Reading Rockets is a national public media literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young children learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help.
Loving2Read is a large catalog of free online children’s books with a built-in recorder that counts the books you and your child have read while on the site. The system allows parents and children to set reading goals.
Khan Academy is an educational site that offers exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empowers learners to study at their own pace.
Storyline online provides streaming videos of celebrated actors reading children’s books such as Wanda Sykes reading The Case of The Missing Carrot Cake, Betty White reading Harry the Dirty Dog, and many more.
Scholastic’s writing prompt tool helps parents give children writing prompts for their own stories in different genres such as adventure, fantasy, or sci-fi.
Learning Shows for Children, by Network
Ghost of the Mountains
Dream Big: Engineering Our World
Pick of the Litter
The Short Game
Dancing with the Birds
Harry & Snowman
This link will take you to a list of 150+ educational shows on Netflix split apart by genres including animals, space, history, geography and many more.
From Amazon Prime
March of the Penguins
Wonders of the Sea
Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable
The Biggest Little Farm
Kindness is Contagious
On the Way To School
Far From the Tree
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Alice in Wonderland
The Jungle Book
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure
A Bug’s Life
The Great Muppet Caper
Toy Story 4
The Emperor’s New Groove
The Great Mouse Detective
The Lion King
The Muppet Movie
Escape to Witch Mountain
Lost and Found
A Boy Named Charlie Brown
Dr. Seuss: The Lorax
One Crazy Cruise
Snoopy, Come Home
Steven Spielberg Presents Animaniacs: Wakko’s Wish
Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood