The following useful resources can help you develop your young reader at home, supporting the reading instruction our students receive at school. Learning to read, and further developing good reading skills is crucial to excelling in school - from art to math - history to science. For more information about these resources, contact the Office of Curriculum and Instruction at 610-489-5000, ext. 15013. If you believe your child is having difficulty with reading - contact your building principal for assistance.The Parent InstituteRecommended books for elementary school children:Reading Extras:
Making Reading Fun
International Reading AssociationSince 1989, the Teachers" Choices project has developed an annual annotated reading list of new books that will encourage young people to read. These are books that kids will enjoy-and that contribute to learning across the curriculum. The books are grouped into Primary (K-2, ages 5-8), Intermediate (grades 3-5, ages 8-11), and Advanced (grades 6-8, ages 11-14) levels.Lower Providence Community LibraryThe Lower Providence Community Library sponsors special events throughout the year for Methaction School District residents and families. Your teens may be interested in joining the Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and younger children are welcome to participate in the Readers Club (ages 8-11). Use the link below to find out more about the operating hours and the many resources available to support literacy enrichment, enjoyment and education.