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Jump Rope Readers Classroom Set A, Fiction

The Jump Rope Readers series gradually and systematically introduces beginning readers to new letter-sound correspondences and high-frequency words. Along the way, the books also introduce memorable characters, exciting adventures, and the foundational elements of literary fiction.

Jump Rope Readers Classroom Set B, Fiction

The Jump Rope Readers series gradually and systematically introduces beginning readers to new letter-sound correspondences and high-frequency words. Along the way, the books also introduce memorable characters, exciting adventures, and the foundational elements of literary fiction.

Units of Study in Reading 2ed, Grade 4: Virtual Teaching Resources, 2022-23 Subscription

Designed to supplement the print Units of Study, this Grade 4 Reading subscription includes minilesson videos recorded by TCRWP staff developers, along with additional videos to support teachers and families.

PLEASE READ IMPORTANT DETAILS UNDER THE ORDERING GUIDANCE HEADING.

Units of Study in Reading 2ed, Grade 5: Virtual Teaching Resources, 2022-23 Subscription

Designed to supplement the print Units of Study, this Grade 5 Reading subscription includes minilesson videos recorded by TCRWP staff developers, along with additional videos to support teachers and families.

PLEASE READ IMPORTANT DETAILS UNDER THE ORDERING GUIDANCE HEADING.

The Joy of Reading
The Joy of Reading is a guide for teachers, librarians, administrators, and families to create the conditions for joyful reading. Donalyn Miller and Teri Lesesne draw from their decades of work with students, teachers, and librarians, providing practices that nurture joy while identifying factors that destroy joy, all with a clear understanding of the realities of today’s classrooms and libraries.
Own Voices Authors, I-M, Gr. 2-3 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
The gold standard of inclusive book curation highlights books that are written by authors who share identities and experiences with the characters or topics they are writing about, sometimes referred to as #ownvoices authors. But “own voices” is not merely a social media hashtag; it is a movement within children’s literature that is actively working to shine a spotlight on a variety of voices. To this end, TCRWP is offering the Own Voices Authors collections in levels I–M as a way to help classroom teachers improve representation in their own classroom libraries.
Own Voices Authors, X-Z, Gr. 7-8 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
TCRWP's Own Voices Authors collection in levels X–Z will help classroom teachers improve representation in their own classroom libraries. The curation team worked intensively to curate collections that include authors who are uniquely positioned to write with accuracy and care about characters who are BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and those who are living with disabilities—authors and characters who have been historically underrepresented in children’s literature and in classroom libraries.
Own Voices Authors, YA, Gr. 8 and up Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
The TCRWP Own Voices Authors Young Adult collection offers classroom teachers help with improving representation in their own classroom libraries. The gold standard of inclusive book curation highlights books that are written by authors who share identities and experiences with the characters or topics they are writing about, sometimes referred to as #ownvoices authors. But “own voices” is not merely a social media hashtag; it is a movement within children’s literature that is actively working to shine a spotlight on a variety of voices.
Every School Collection, Gr. K-5 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
Think for a moment about the last time you held a book in your hands and thought, “I need to share this book with… well, with everyone I know!” Those books, the ones where you want to grab every copy off the bookstore shelf to begin your “book love” campaign, those are the books in the Every School collection. These twenty picture books invite readers to gasp at their beauty, to reflect on their truth, and to immediately turn back to page one to experience the journey once again.
Own Voices Authors, N-Q, Gr. 3-4 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
TCRWP is offering the Own Voices Authors collections in levels N–Q as a way to help classroom teachers improve representation in their own classroom libraries. The gold standard of inclusive book curation highlights books that are written by authors who share identities and experiences with the characters or topics they are writing about, sometimes referred to as #ownvoices authors. But “own voices” is not merely a social media hashtag; it is a movement within children’s literature that is actively working to shine a spotlight on a variety of voices.
Math by the Book: K-5 Bundle

Math by the Book is a K–5 resource dedicated to teaching mathematics strategically through literature. The Math by the Book K-5 Bundle offers all six grade-level packs in this series at a discount! Learn more about this classroom resource at MathByTheBook.com.

Own Voices Authors, U-W, Gr. 5-6 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
The gold standard of inclusive book curation highlights books that are written by authors who share identities and experiences with the characters or topics they are writing about, sometimes referred to as #ownvoices authors. “Own Voices” is not merely a social media hashtag; it is a movement within children’s literature that is actively working to shine a spotlight on a variety of voices. To this end, TCRWP is offering the Own Voices Authors collections in levels U–W as a way to help classroom teachers improve representation in their own classroom libraries.
Because You Loved Amulet Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
This collection began with a title that has launched millions of reading lives: <em>Amulet </em>by Kazu Kibuishi. Each title in the shelf is designed to align to the inspiration title, both in terms of storyline and reading level, and each will delight your students who have enjoyed this beloved series. 
Because You Loved Smile Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
One of the most magical moments as a teacher is when a student approaches you—book in hand, eyes alight—asking, “ Do you have more like this one?” This collection began with a title that has launched millions of reading lives: <em>Amulet </em>by Kazu Kibuishi. Each title in the shelf is designed to align to the inspiration title, both in terms of storyline and reading level, and each will delight your students who have enjoyed this beloved series. This is why we created the Because You Loved… shelves.
Because You Loved Dog Man Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
This collection began with a title that has launched millions of reading lives: <em>Dog Man </em>by Dav Pilkey. Each title in the shelf is designed to align to the inspiration title, both in terms of storyline and reading level, and each will delight your students who have enjoyed this beloved series. 
Own Voices Authors, R-T, Gr. 4-5 Shelf
Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library
The goal of TCRWP's Own Voices Authors collection in levels R–T is to highlight books that are written by authors who share identities and experiences with the characters or topics they are writing about, sometimes referred to as #ownvoices authors. But “own voices” is not merely a social media hashtag; it is a movement within children’s literature that is actively working to shine a spotlight on a variety of voices and improve representation in their own classroom libraries.
Math by the Book: Third Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Third Grade supports strategically teaching grade 3 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Bilal Cooks Daal by Aisha Saeed—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Fourth Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Fourth Grade supports strategically teaching grade 4 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Sweet Potato Pie by Kathleen D. Lindsey—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Fifth Grade Pack

Math by the Book: Fifth Grade supports strategically teaching grade 5 mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Tía Isa Wants a Car by Meg Medina—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

Math by the Book: Kindergarten Pack

Math by the Book: Kindergarten supports strategically teaching kindergarten mathematics skills and concepts through children's literature. Packaged with Grandma’s Purse by Vanessa Brantley-Newton—and highlighting 20 different children's books—this resource will support teaching and learning throughout the year.

Stories create a space where students can explore their mathematical thinking and understanding in unique ways. Children’s literature offers memorable opportunities to discuss mathematical ideas and connect those ideas to meaningful contexts.

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