Resources

Instructor Materials

Resource Links

  • National Center for Families Learning advances literacy and education by developing, implementing, and documenting innovative and promising two-generation practices, networks, and learning tools.
  • National Literacy Directory is a database that connects potential students, volunteers, and advocates to literacy services, education programs, and testing centers nationwide.
  • 30 Days of Families Learning Together provides a month's worth of family literacy activities and practices designed to inspire family memories rooted in imagining, playing, and learning together.
  • Cultivating Readers This parent-friendly magazine provides effective and easy strategies to promote reading throughout a child's early years.
  • En Camino is a comprehensive toolkit of educational resources that support Spanish-speaking families' aspirations for education and educational attainment and help create strong transition partnerships between programs and post-secondary educational institutions.
  • Family Time Machine is loaded with inspiring ideas and activities to help families make the most of their time together.
  • Practitioner Toolkit: Working with Adult English Language Learners This toolkit offers support to adult education and family literacy instructors who are new to serving adult English language learners and their families in rural, urban, and faith- and community-based programs.
  • Talking About Wordless Picture Books: A Tutor Strategy Supporting English Language Learners This resource supports tutors who are working with low to intermediate English language learner parents in family literacy programs.
  • Toyota Family Learning is a multi-generational solution to educational challenges that responds to societal changes and opportunities.
  • Volunteer Toolkit an engaging way for any volunteer—from high school students to retirees—to help improve reading outcomes for children.
  • What Works is NCFL's introductory guide for early language and emergent literacy instruction.