Your students are reading and making amazing strides in the Great Reading Games! Make sure their reading efforts continue at home as well. Let your students' parents know about the Great Reading Games by sending home a letter using one of the following templates:
Teacher Letter to Parents
Teacher Letter to ...
Celebrate your students' participation in the Great Reading Games! Select one of the five certificates below to recognize the readers in your classroom. These certificates can be shared with all students, not just the ones using Learning Ally Audiobooks. Be sure to customize each with the student's name.
GRG General ...
Determine which students are eligible, ensure your IT team and devices are ready and learn about educator roles and how to add teachers to Learning Ally's Educator Portal.
Set up students, find and add books and integrate instructional strategies using Learning Ally's Audiobook App. Access our lesson plans to walk students through getting started with Learning Ally as well as book analysis forms, graphic organizers and more.
Understand reading targets, set goals to engage readers and learn how to review student reading data reports in Learning Ally's Educator Portal.
Celebrate readers with our certificates, join our community, gather new ideas to support students who struggle to read due to reading deficits, tell other teachers and explore Learning Ally success stories.
Give students spring reading fever, plus a chance to win more prizes! Find proven strategies aligned to Learning Ally human-read audiobooks for March Book Madness, Picture Book Palooza, Poem in Your Pocket Day and more!
Understand the four roles in Learning Ally's Educator Portal and how each role can support a successful implementation in your school or district.
Choose from the brackets below or create your own bracket.
Elementary School (1st - 2nd grade)
Elementary School (3rd - 5th grade)
Ensure your IT team and devices are ready using the following guides
Learning Ally IT Guide