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Macmillan Content Use Guidelines for Teachers, Librarians, and Parents – UPDATE 4.27

Update from Macmillan: During this emergency and when their schools are closed, we have no objection to (1) teachers and librarians live streaming or posting videos reading our children’s books to their students, provided it is done on a noncommercial… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus – A (Free) Book for Children

A free wonderful book to share with your children and students regarding COVID-19 put out by Nosy Crow, an award-winning, small, independent children’s book publisher. “Nosy Crow made this book quickly, to meet the needs of children and their families…. Continue Reading →

Little Brown Guidelines

Little, Brown has announced that teachers may post readings of books online, as long as you follow their guidelines, explained below. Fire Truck vs. Dragon Duck, Duck, Moose The Eensy-Weensy Spider Love, Sophia on the Moon I Know an Old… Continue Reading →

Penguin Random House Open License Online Story Time and Classroom Read-Aloud Videos and Live Events

Penguin Random House has announced that teachers may post readings of books online, as long as you follow their guidelines, explained below. Popular books included in the Penguin Random House catalog include: Magic Tree House What Was? and Who Was?… Continue Reading →

Scholastic Temporarily Permitting Online Read-Alouds

Scholastic has announced that teachers may post readings of books online, as long as you follow their guidelines, explained below. Popular books included in the Scholastic catalog include: Harry Potter Captain Underpants The Bad Guys A Bad Case of Stripes… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus – Template School Letter – UPDATE

Dear educators, We posted a template, customizeable letter to help you communicate effectively with the families in your school community regarding the coronavirus. You can find that letter here. We have now prepared an update letter which we hope you… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus – Template School Letter

Dear educators, You may be asking yourself – How can I communicate effectively with the families in my school community regarding the coronavirus? We hope you find this customizable template useful. Template Letter Dear [Insert description, for example Yellow Duck… Continue Reading →

Coronavirus – Important Information

The letter below was sent by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene to public school families in New York. It has useful information, so we decided to share it here. A copy of the letter is… Continue Reading →

How Can You Battle the Flu? Free Handwashing and Cover Your Cough Posters

How can you and your family stay healthy in this extended flu season? And it’s not just the flu – the fall and winter seasons generally bring with them an increase in the viruses that can cause fever, vomiting, diarrhea,… Continue Reading →

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