Looking for resources for Read On Wisconsin titles?
Resources for engaging students with books and with each other include discussion questions created by the Read On Wisconsin Literacy Advisory Committee. Find these questions under the Discussion Question tab. Discussion questions for each month’s titles in every age group are posted on this sites front page at the beginning of each month. Search for discussion questions for specific titles using the search box on the front page or browse to find discussion questions for age level titles by click on icons on right side of front page.
Be sure to check out the latest ROW activities and resources on our Twitter, Pinterest, Goodreads, Facebook and the blog page of this website. Also, use and search the ROW hashtags (see below) to find ROW news, resources and activities across platforms!
Find general ROW information by year: #ROW2016 and #ROW2017
Also, find hundreds of resources from TeachingBooks.net for Read On Wisconsin titles every year from their well curated collection of media, book guides, and other teaching aids. TeachingBooks.net also offers annotations of books from CCBC Choices selections.
Get easy access to all the TeachingBooks.net resources using their bookmarks and flyers with QR codes for ROW 2016-2017 titles!
Print a bookmark and/or flyer for the complete list, for a specific age group or for individual titles. Just click on bookmark or QR Flyer in the list of Sharing Tools on the TeachingBooks.net site. Scan the QR code to the right for the Read On Wisconsin 2016-2017 Bookshelf at TeachingBooks.net
TeachingBooks.net is an online, searchable database featuring thousands of resources about children’s and young adult literature.
Find more early literacy activities from the Youth Services Section of the Wisconsin Library Association’s 2017 Early Literacy Calendar created by Youth Services librarians across Wisconsin. These activities are based on American Library Association’s Every Child Ready to Read II (ECRR2) which encourages caregivers and parents to share with children five behaviors essential to developing language and pre-reading skills: reading, talking, singing, writing, playing.
Everyone in Wisconsin has access to TeachingBooks.net through Badgerlink, provided by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Division for Libraries and Technology