Literacy Resources

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New York State Links

Children’s Consortium of Syracuse–-programs for parents of newborns –other parenting/literacy programs

Council on Children and Families – NYS site for quality services for families and children

Kid’s Well-being Indicators Clearinghouse–data on health,education, and other well-being indicators across NYS

Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County

New York State Common Core Learning Standards P-12

New York State Family Resources – locate resources online, in libraries and stores

Quality Stars New York -Project of NYS Early Childhood Advisory Council

Resources from Other States

Massachusetts Literacy Resources – resource page

Massachusetts Literacy Websites– 21 fun educational websites for students when they’re out of school

Raising a Reader Massachusetts

National Resources

American Speech-Hearing Association  – developmental norms for speech and  behavior

Autism Speaks – developmental milestones by age

Campaign for Grade Level Reading – promote grade level reading by third grade

Children’s Reading Foundation – resource link

Core Knowledge Group – content knowledge suggested for each grade level

Education dot com — kindergarten indicator readiness checklist

Education dot com — kindergarten sight word list

Education dot com — 50 books your child should be familiar with before kindergarten

Family Reading Partnership – early childhood/family reading

International Reading Association

Literacy Blog by Mary Brigid Barrett

National Summer Learning Association – Campaign for grade level reading summer learning opportunities & resources

ProLiteracy -to create a world where every person can read and write

Raising a Reader -National site- early childhood literacy-home based literacy routines

Reach Out and Read

Read Aloud – 15 minutes

Read to Succeed Buffalo

Scholastic – explanation of (DRA) Developmental Reading Assessment-

What Works Clearinghouse –  results from high-quality research in education

Zero to Three – National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families