A celebration of reading aloud using images from the Library collections for World Read Aloud Day.
Jason Reynolds, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, shares his GRAB THE MIC newsletter for February.
Raul Almada, a fourth-grade teachers from California, shares his and his students’ experiences with the Library’s virtual student workshops.
This is a guest post by Dr. Kellie Taylor, Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator at the Library of Congress 2018-2019. In the post, she discusses her ideas and the design behind the “UnLOCk the Box” puzzle activity, which is now featured on the Library’s family engagement site.
Suggestions for student researchers interested in exploring Chronicling America, an online collection of historic newspapers. Chronicling America is a product of the National Digital Newspaper Program and jointly sponsored by the Library and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Advice from young adult authors including National Ambassadors for Young People’s Literature Jason Reynolds and Jacqueline Woodson on telling your story.
An overview of a new guide to research using the Library’s digital collections for middle and high school students.
Resources for parents and caregivers related to inaugurations, presidential transitions, and civics.
Making wreaths with natural materials inspired by images in the Library of Congress collections.
Suggestions for engaging kids in a read-aloud of the book “Share Some Kindness, Bring Some Light” by Apryl Stott, led by Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden.