This Reader training resource is great for all Readers, all adults who work with children who have experienced trauma. Thanks for such fantastic community partners who help us provide and produce materials like this for our volunteers!
ABC’s For Active Reading * A- Ask questions Who, What, Where, When, Why, How? Ask your student to make a prediction about what could happen in the story based on the pictures. Ask your student to count the number of objects on the page, e.g., number of fish, cars, people, etc. B- Build Vocabulary Ask… Read More
It’s United Way time. Please consider directing your donation to Lead to Read KC. Here’s how: Click on the Donor Direct link if using an online form, or ask the United Way campaign manager at your workplace for a “Donor Direct Form” at the time of your pledge. On the write-in section of the form,… Read More
Dear Community Partner: We are pleased to announce that Lead to Read KC has received its own 501c3 designation, positioning us to even better serve Kansas City students who are living in compromised socioeconomic situations. Lead to Read KC will be expanding its board of directors to guide us in raising funds and developing our… Read More
Check out this news story that highlights how Lead to Read KC supports the Kansas City Public Schools mentoring initiative. If you or the company you work for is interested in our reading mentorship program, contact email@example.com
Below are the final reading dates for Lead to Read KC. As part of our end-of-year reading celebrations, we will have books, ice cream and ice cream trucks in some locations. Stay tuned for details. We are already planning for next school year, and we’re counting on you to join us! Please make note of… Read More
Ellen Donaldson is our new School Engagement Coordinator. She will be working closely with teachers and volunteers to facilitate reading sessions. Her entire thirty year teaching career was spent in the Grandview School District educating first and second graders. She has a Masters Degree from UMKC in Reading Instruction. She taught more than 600 students… Read More