New Haven Public Library NHFPL is now offering lots of resources such as virtual story times, homework helps, access to websites and books to download from a variety of sources to cell phones and tablets.
Home With Your Kids? Writers Want to Help Mo Willems, Gene Luen Yang, Amie Kaufman and other children’s authors are reading their work online and offering drawing tutorials to help fill our strange new hours.
Virtual Museum Tours These 12 famous museums offer virtual tours and experiences from the comfort of your home.
Lexia is an integral part of NHR phonics based instruction. Your student must be registered by NHR staff.
Online Reading and Drawing Tutorials
Share Online Reading and Tutorials Mo Willems, Gene Luen Yang, Amie Kaufman and other authors for young readers are reading their work online and offering drawing tutorials, to help fill our strange new hours.
PBS Kids has a selection of games that will help your reader improve their skills, such Spelling Bee, Alpha Pigs (great for Kindergarten and 1st graders), and Attack of the Eraser.
Read.Write.Think helps your reader’s phonics skills by replacing letters to create new words.
Reading Rockets is a national multimedia project that offers a wealth of research-based reading strategies, lessons, and activities designed to help young children learn how to read and read better.
Music Haven is a free program that provides classical music lessons and performance opportunities.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven
Literacy Volunteers offers a variety of resources such as tutoring, volunteer opportunities, computer classes, and employment support services for adults who need help with reading.
Founded to share the joy and power of reading, New Haven Reads partners with the community to provide free 1-on-1 tutoring, educational family support, and a book bank to empower aspiring readers to master the literacy skills needed to thrive in school and life.