You’re halfway through the school year, and by now you know what’s working—and what’s not. There’s no better time for a fresh influx of ideas, and that’s what this week’s giveaway is all about!
Post a comment to our blog to let us know what’s working in your classroom. One lucky teacher will win Literacy Strong All Year Long: Powerful Lessons for K–2. To enter our random drawing, post your comment to this blog no later than 11:59 pm EST on March 7, 2017. You could be the lucky winner! (Update: congratulations to Jessica, who is the winner of our prize.)
Here are some other great sources for new literacy ideas:
Primary Concepts has a new phonics curriculum called FREEPhonics. And that’s exactly what it is: 82 step-by-step lessons that introduce phonics patterns one by one, all free. You’ll also find assessments, printables, and a free app. Click here to take a peek.
Free lessons from Khan Academy and Pixar? Sign me up! Just released, Pixar in a Box features behind-the-scenes interviews with award-winning filmmakers who share their advice about storytelling. Take a peek. Six new lessons will be released throughout 2017.
Getting out to talk to colleagues and experts can be the best source of new ideas. Mark your calendar for the International Literacy Association 2017 conference featuring authors and literacy leaders, cutting-edge research, practical ideas, and much more. The conference is in Orlando July 15–17. Get the details.
Always on the hunt for freebies for you,
PS: Here’s one more freebie that’s a literacy lover’s dream: Enter for a chance to win a set of 30 books from Disney Books. Click here.