Reading, writing and free resources for home.

Resources for At-Home Learning

April is a time where we are typically looking ahead to summer reading and fall book releases, but this April is entirely different. As we are all adjusting our daily lives to working from home, trying to stay connected and keep going forward, we have opened up some great resources for parents, teachers and librarians to share with the little ones in your lives.

Reading is of course near and dear to us, so we are giving everyone the opportunity to use the entire Arbordale library free through May 15th. Teachers using video lessons with classes may want to sign-in with a teacher account where you can customize assignments or use pre-loaded assessments.

Create a teacher account, sign up with Name, Email, and Account Type using license code: UGEI16. Or, start reading here!
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Arbordale authors and illustrators are sharing readings, resources and virtual school visits. We are doing our best to compile these on a webpage and sharing their resources on our social media accounts. We hope that you enjoy sharing these resources with your students, family, and friends. Visit the webpage:
Storytime from Afar

We know that many of you spend a lot of time reading aloud or planning storytimes. With stay-at-home orders, kids are missing that important part of their week. Because of this, we have relaxed our permission policy and have set up guidelines for posting videos of Arbordale books. Read the guidelines here. If you have any questions, email our publicist