Read & Do

Integrate fun actives into story time—like drawing, letter recognition, fine motor, matching, sequencing, and more—to lay the groundwork for developing engaged readers and enhancing the literacy experience.

Black History Month 2021

We continue our celebration and education of Black History Month with three books and activities for you and your students, along with a special guest!

This week we asked Pizza Hut Chief Equity Officer Chequan Lewis, "who inspires you?". Share his video with your students, explore our three featured books and activities, and help your student discover their own influences, personal and historical.


December 2020

Chilly weather means more indoor projects. If you are in need of some spark, try our three new Read and Do activities.

These have book-related activities, vocabulary words and comprehension questions all ready for you. Our theme this month is winter, with plenty of things to keep you all busy indoors.

October 2020 - Halloween

We can't believe Halloween is almost here and October is almost over. We hope your students had fun meeting their reading goals this month!

Why not finish off October with a few spooky tales? We even have activities, vocabulary words and comprehension questions to go with them.

Back to School

We have three books with related activities all about going back to school! We know the start to the school year might look a little different, but the lessons we learn are still the same. Enjoy these three read and dos with your students!

Earth Day

These three books and activities help you celebrate Earth Day, April 22.


Sometimes it seems like winter is never-ending! These three books and activities will help you fall in love with the snow again.


Use three books and activities to talk to your students about a variety of art styles.

Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day and show some love for your mother with these four books and activities.


Grab your beret and paint brushes and get ready to have some fun with these four books and activities on art, artists and community.


Kind is cool. Talk with your students about kindness with these four books and activities.