This reading incentive program is for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Making reading a daily habit will help kids be prepared for Kindergarten. Receive a prize every time you read 100 books together and a special prize when reaching 1,000. Learn more about the details in the informational document below.
Find it Virginiahas newspaper, magazine, journal, and encyclopedia articles as well as pictures, videos, and podcasts. Materials are available for all ages and interests.
VA Homeschoolersprovides homeschooling support and accurate information about homeschooling to Virginia’s families, school divisions, legislators and policymakers, the media, and the community at large.
Every Child Ready to Readincorporates simple practices, based on research, to help parents and other caregivers develop early literacy skills in children from birth to age five.
Early World of Learning offers an interactive and playful environment that encourages reading comprehension and mastery of phonetic skills. Early World of Learning is full of stories, videos, songs, and games to provide a firm foundation for 21st-century learning and digital citizenship.
Hands on Crafts for Kids"All kids are creative" and Hands On provides projects and ideas for kids 7-12 plus parents, teachers, grandparents and group leaders.
Steve Spangler Scienceis the home to one of the most robust collections of science experiments and science project ideas online today.
is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Create an account to save your progress and projects. Or just start coding - no account needed. All courses are available at no cost.
Do Somethingis an organization that helps mobilize young people in every US area code and in 131 countries! Youth are able to sign up to volunteer or participate in a social change or civic action campaign to make real-world impact on a cause they care about.
Youth Activismthe Youth Activism Project provides support and resources to youth to help them become activists for issues they care about.
(DBVa) is the Library of Virginia’s initiative to get documents into classrooms. Using primary sources, teachers and librarians can make history relevant to students while helping them learn and understand state standards. DBVa will teach students to be critical thinkers as they analyze the original documents and draw their own conclusions about Virginia’s past.
Common Sense Media rates books and audiovisual material. They also provide a list of recommended titles.
Scholastic 100 Books offers reading resources, life and learning videos, school success guides, activities and printables, raising a reader guide, and learning toolkits.
Teen Reads offers reading lists, author interviews, book reviews, contests, and a blog.
Reading Lists by Grade offers lists of titles has been compiled by librarians at member schools of the Houston Area Independent School Library Network (HAISLN). It includes both fiction and nonfiction books by some of the best authors for children and young adults.