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This Week's Featured Literacy Resources

Keeping kids engaged and learning through school disruptions due to coronavirus (COVID-19) is at the top of our minds. Read Fort Worth is collaborating with our community partners to highlight digital learning resources that support families with online learning.

Let's take a look at this week's featured literacy resources!

The 2020 Fort Worth Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge is here! You can take challenges, earn badges and track your time reading online or on your mobile device through the Beanstack app for Apple or Android. Register yourself or your entire family and let the challenge begin! 
Register here

Learn how to register with this quick video!

Need Help Registering?

Signing up is easy and the challenges are fun.  In this quick video, Ian from the Panther Lab shows you the site and how to register. 

You can get online with your computer or on a mobile device.  Download the Beanstack Tracker app for Apple or Android.

PBS and WGBH have partnered to offer free and fun learning resources available to families during this difficult time. Explore on your own and find age appropriate learning resources for your child.
This video will help your child with critical thinking as they help Detective Elmo save Cookie Monster and crack the cookie case.  
Watch the video.
Scholastic Inc. is providing all students with 20* days’ worth of learning journeys that span the content areas so you can keep your child academically active.

This week’s featured books are “Come On, Rain!” by Karen Hesse and “Rainy Weather Days” by Pam Rosenberg.

Read or listen to the books together and afterwards try a fun puzzle and dig deeper into the topic with various provided resources.
Get Started! 

As the world asks more of families and teachers, TIME for Kids salutes you, and is here to support you! TIME for Kids is offering free access to a library of four grade-specific digital editions of TIME for Kids and Your $ financial literacy magazine. Register for child for their free issues today!

Register for your FREE digital issues.

Looking for a summer program in Fort Worth that will support your child’s reading performance over the summer and help them maintain the skills that they’ve learned throughout the school year? 

Visit www.readfortworth.org/summer-scholars to see the programs focused on doing just that!

What is Summer Scholars Collaborative?

A number of local summer programs align with Read Fort Worth to incorporate a reading and writing component into their summer programming. The goal is to ensure that students maintain or improve in reading skills.

Visit www.readfortworth.org/summer-scholars for more information.

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