The Resources page is an important source for parents, educators, caregivers, tutors and others interested in enriching a child's life through reading and writing.
Reading Resources: What to Know and Where to Go for Children?s Literacy
Find literacy programs in your area, as well as information on how you can help your child become a better reader and writer.
Philly LitLink: Is an online searchable databas for quality education programs to equip all adults in Philadelphia with the literacy skills necessary for the workforce, parenting, and community life.
Tutors for Kids: Provides information and tools to help parents, educators, and policy makers ensure eligible children get the free, extra academic help they need.
NIFL Parent Guides: The National Institute for Literacy provides 2 guides to raising your child to be a reader from birth through 3rd grade.
Good Links for Kids
PBS Kids: Music, games and coloring fun.
Kids National Geographic: Fun videos, games, stories and activities.
Book Adventure: Find the book that?s just right, take quizzes and ear points towards prizes.
Seussville: Play games, create stories and learn about books by Dr. Seuss.
Sesame Street Playground: Read Sesame Street stories, play games, make music or draw.