ATSS Resources

Parent Resources:

  • A Parent’s Guide to Response to Intervention
  • APS Parent Resource Center Monday Message
  • Parents are encouraged to utilize the following resources to help support their child’s literacy skills at home
    Resource Description
    Really Great Reading Home Connection Website that contains a brief video for parents on practical strategies they can do at home to build strong decoders, as well as other resources that support phonological awareness, phonics, fluency, and encoding.
    Lexia At-Home Resource Hub Website that provides parents activities and lessons they can do at home to support their child’s phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills.
    The Reading League’s Reading Buddies  Engaging television show developed and produced by the Reading League to help develop foundational reading skills.
    Regional Educational Laboratory Program’s Supporting Young Multilingual Learners At Home Activity sheets designed to strengthen language development in either the student’s home language or in English. Activities are available in both English and Spanish.
    Maya’s Book Nook Developed by Dr. Lakeisha Johnson, faculty at the Florida Center for Reading Research and in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Maya’s Book Nookpromotes language and literacy skills through diverse children’s literature. Here, parents, caregivers, educators, and speech-language pathologists can find books where young children of color can see themselves, and the stories they relate to, represented within the pages. There are also book reviews and resources that incorporate language-focused strategies to support reading, writing, and other literacy skills.
    The Uncanny Chronicles Join Kayla, a young girl with a secret, as she confronts reading challenges in the adventurous series, The Uncanny Chronicles. Developed by the team at FCRR and the National Center on Improving Literacy, each issue and episode presents Kayla with new obstacles, from struggling with dyslexia to coping with social and emotional issues. While young viewers will delight in watching Kayla tackle her problems with fanciful ingenuity, parents and caregivers will expand their understanding of these topics through embedded evidence-based resources.
    University of Florida Literacy Institute’s (UFLI) Parent Resource Hub Collection of web-based language and literacy resources compiled and curated by UFLI faculty and graduate students.  Resources are updated regularly so parents and families are encouraged to check back often!

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