Classroom Resources for Virtual and In-Person Literacy Learning

Classroom Resources for Virtual and In-Person Literacy Learning

As communities world-wide learn more about how COVID-19 will impact next school year, the Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) is soliciting ideas from PK-6 teachers, parents, school and public librarians, and school staff on what supplies are needed to support literacy curriculum and activities in a world of both in-person and virtual learning. We will use these ideas to shape potential emergency grant funds and to create a database of ideas for all educators to help inspire new thinking on making reading and writing fun to learn and fun to teach.

Campaign Brief

As communities world-wide learn more about how COVID-19 will impact next school year, the Children's Literacy Foundation (CLiF) is soliciting ideas from PK-6 teachers, parents, school and public librarians, and school staff on what supplies are needed to support literacy curriculum and activities in a world of both in-person and virtual learning. We will use these ideas to shape potential emergency grant funds and to create a database of ideas for all educators to help inspire new thinking on making reading and writing fun to learn and fun to teach.
About:
CLiF is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire a love of reading and writing among low-income, at-risk, and rural children up to age 12 throughout New Hampshire and Vermont, so we are most interested in gathering ideas aimed at serving populations at greatest risk of growing up with low literacy skills.