Read to Me Resources

//Read to Me Resources
Read to Me Resources2018-11-05T10:43:51+00:00
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Early Literacy Support Materials Brochures, pamphlets, booklets, etc. Order Form
The Bookworm A monthly early literacy skills newsletter written for parents
The Scoop A monthly electronic newsletter for youth services librarians
Grandparents – Give the Gift of Literacy  English/Spanish handout on how grandparents can support literacywith their grandchildren.

“Six Skills” Activity Sheets

Take-home activity sheets that reinforce each of the Six Early Literacy skills. Use for enhanced storytimes, literacy stations, Tubby Buddy boxes, and parent workshops.

    Dr. Roger Stewart, Ed.D. has done several research studies for the Read to Me program, including:

A CLOSER LOOK AT NEEDS ASSESSMENT

Census information
Idaho Reading Indicator scores grades K-3
Free and reduced lunch rates by Idaho school district
National School Lunch Program
United Way ALICE Report Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed (Above poverly level but below livable wage): Download report, scroll to your county
Idaho Head Start Data Book
Idaho Foodbank
Idaho Kids Count Data Center One of the best sources for a wide-range of statistics about Idaho’s children
Resources for Library Book-Giving Programs