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Link to A Guide to the Reading Workshop: Primary Grades

A Guide to the Reading Workshop: Primary Grades

Lucy Calkins

Now Available Separate from the Units of Study for Teaching Reading! The Guide to the Reading Workshop, first introduced as a part of the Units of Study for Teaching Reading, is now available for separate purchase. The Guide can be an essential manual for principals, curriculum coordinators, coaches, and others who are supporting implementation of Units of Study—or for anyone... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading Series Bundle, Grades K-5

Units of Study for Teaching Reading Series Bundle, Grades K-5

A Grade-by-Grade Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins

About the Series Drawing on learning gleaned from decades of research, curriculum development, and working shoulder-to-shoulder with students, teachers, and school leaders, Lucy Calkins and her colleagues at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project have developed the Units of Study for Teaching Reading. Designed to meet ambitious 21st century global standards, this reading series offers grade-by-grade curricula... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading Series Bundle, Grades K-5 with Trade Book Packs

Units of Study for Teaching Reading Series Bundle, Grades K-5 with Trade Book Packs

A Grade-by-Grade Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins

About the Series Drawing on learning gleaned from decades of research, curriculum development, and working shoulder-to-shoulder with students, teachers, and school leaders, Lucy Calkins and her colleagues at the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project have developed the Units of Study for Teaching Reading. Designed to meet ambitious 21st century global standards, this reading series offers grade-by-grade curricula... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade K

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade K

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Natalie Louis, Amanda Hartman, Elizabeth Franco, Katherine Wears, Rebecca Cronin, Angela Báez, Marjorie Martinelli, Christine Holley, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Kindergarten Units In kindergarten, your students begin to establish their identities as readers while they build the foundational skills for reading. In the first unit, We Are Readers, children will develop concepts of print, phonemic awareness, phonics, and the knowledge necessary to use story language to support their approximations of reading. The second unit, Super Powers:... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade K w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade K w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Natalie Louis, Amanda Hartman, Elizabeth Franco, Katherine Wears, Rebecca Cronin, Angela Báez, Marjorie Martinelli, Christine Holley, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Kindergarten Units In kindergarten, your students begin to establish their identities as readers while they build the foundational skills for reading. In the first unit, We Are Readers, children will develop concepts of print, phonemic awareness, phonics, and the knowledge necessary to use story language to support their approximations of reading. The second unit, Super Powers:... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 1

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 1

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Elizabeth Franco, Amanda Hartman, Havilah Jespersen, Lindsay Barton, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 1 Units The start of first grade is a time for dusting off the skills and habits that children learned during kindergarten. In the first unit, Building Good Reading Habits, you’ll reinforce children’s learning from kindergarten, and you’ll establish ability-based partnerships that tap into the social power of peers working together to help each other become more strategic as readers.... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 1 w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 1 w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Elizabeth Franco, Amanda Hartman, Havilah Jespersen, Lindsay Barton, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 1 Units The start of first grade is a time for dusting off the skills and habits that children learned during kindergarten. In the first unit, Building Good Reading Habits, you’ll reinforce children’s learning from kindergarten, and you’ll establish ability-based partnerships that tap into the social power of peers working together to help each other become more strategic as readers.... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 2

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 2

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Shanna Schwartz, Amanda Hartman, Celena Dangler Larkey, Lindsay Wilkes, Lauren Kolbeck, Brianna Parlitsis, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 2 Units In second grade, children move from a “little-kid” focus on print to a “big-kid” focus on meaning. The first unit, Second-Grade Reading Growth Spurt, teaches children to take charge of their reading, drawing on everything they know to figure out hard words, understand author’s craft, and build big ideas about the books they read. Children learn that books can be their teachers... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 2 w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 2 w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Shanna Schwartz, Amanda Hartman, Celena Dangler Larkey, Lindsay Wilkes, Lauren Kolbeck, Brianna Parlitsis, Elizabeth Moore, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 2 Units In second grade, children move from a “little-kid” focus on print to a “big-kid” focus on meaning. The first unit, Second-Grade Reading Growth Spurt, teaches children to take charge of their reading, drawing on everything they know to figure out hard words, understand author’s craft, and build big ideas about the books they read. Children learn that books can be their teachers... more

Link to A Guide to the Reading Workshop: Intermediate Grades

A Guide to the Reading Workshop: Intermediate Grades

Lucy Calkins

Now Available Separate from the Units of Study for Teaching Reading! The Guide to the Reading Workshop, first introduced as a part of the Units of Study for Teaching Reading, is now available for separate purchase. The Guide can be an essential manual for principals, curriculum coordinators, coaches, and others who are supporting implementation of Units of Study—or for anyone... more

Link to Mystery Trade Pack

Mystery Trade Pack

Teachers College Reading & Writing Project, Edited ByLucy Calkins

The Mystery, Grade 3 Trade Book Pack includes grade level appropriate books that are used as demonstration texts for teachers to model the skills and strategies they want students to try, and for read-alouds and shared reading.

  • The Absent Author by Ron Roy
  • The Diamond Mystery by Martin Widmark
Because some teachers may want to purchase class sets... more
Link to Mystery: Foundational Skills in Disguise, Grade 3

Mystery: Foundational Skills in Disguise, Grade 3

Brooke Geller, Alissa Reicherter, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit Mysteries are the perfect vehicle for teaching foundational skills that lie at the heart of engaged reading. Students leap at the chance to do the work required to “get” the mystery, following ideas across their texts, seeing cause-and-effect relationships, and predicting outcomes. And, of course, mysteries naturally push kids to infer—to notice clues and to wonder more about them; to consider how part of... more

Link to Mystery: Foundational Skills in Disguise, Grade 3, with Trade Pack

Mystery: Foundational Skills in Disguise, Grade 3, with Trade Pack

Brooke Geller, Alissa Reicherter, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit Mysteries are the perfect vehicle for teaching foundational skills that lie at the heart of engaged reading. Students leap at the chance to do the work required to “get” the mystery, following ideas across their texts, seeing cause-and-effect relationships, and predicting outcomes. And, of course, mysteries naturally push kids to infer—to notice clues and to wonder more about them; to consider how part of... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 3

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 3

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Kathleen Tolan, Julia Mooney, Kristin Smith, Alexandra Marron, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 3 Units The third-grade units were written to support the crucial transition children make from learning to read to reading to learn. The opening unit, Building a Reading Life, launches your students’ lives as upper elementary school readers. Children ramp up their reading skills by immersing themselves in within-reach fiction books while working on word solving, vocabulary development,... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 3 w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 3 w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Kathleen Tolan, Julia Mooney, Kristin Smith, Alexandra Marron, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 3 Units The third-grade units were written to support the crucial transition children make from learning to read to reading to learn. The opening unit, Building a Reading Life, launches your students’ lives as upper elementary school readers. Children ramp up their reading skills by immersing themselves in within-reach fiction books while working on word solving, vocabulary development,... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 4

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 4

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Kathleen Tolan, Emily Butler Smith, Mike Ochs, Janet L. Steinberg, Grace Chough, Mary Ehrenworth, Alexandra Marron, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 4 Units In fourth grade, you’ll help children delve into complex texts and see significance in details. In the first unit, Interpreting Characters: The Heart of the Story, children study the complexity of characters and explore themes while developing skills such as inference and interpretation. In the second unit, Reading the Weather, Reading the World,... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 4 w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 4 w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Kathleen Tolan, Emily Butler Smith, Mike Ochs, Janet L. Steinberg, Grace Chough, Mary Ehrenworth, Alexandra Marron, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 4 Units In fourth grade, you’ll help children delve into complex texts and see significance in details. In the first unit, Interpreting Characters: The Heart of the Story, children study the complexity of characters and explore themes while developing skills such as inference and interpretation. In the second unit, Reading the Weather, Reading the World,... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 5

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 5

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Alexandra Marron, Katie Clements, Kelly Boland Hohne, M. Colleen Cruz, Mary Ehrenworth, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 5 Units Fifth grade is a time for children to hone their intellectual independence. In the first unit, Interpretation Book Clubs: Analyzing Themes, students draw on a repertoire of ways for reading closely, noticing how story elements interact, understanding how different authors develop the same theme, and comparing and contrasting texts that develop a similar theme. In the second... more

Link to Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 5 w/ Trade Pack

Units of Study for Teaching Reading, Grade 5 w/ Trade Pack

A Workshop Curriculum

Lucy Calkins, Alexandra Marron, Katie Clements, Kelly Boland Hohne, M. Colleen Cruz, Mary Ehrenworth, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

About the Grade 5 Units Fifth grade is a time for children to hone their intellectual independence. In the first unit, Interpretation Book Clubs: Analyzing Themes, students draw on a repertoire of ways for reading closely, noticing how story elements interact, understanding how different authors develop the same theme, and comparing and contrasting texts that develop a similar theme. In the second... more

Link to A Deep Study of Character

A Deep Study of Character

Lucy Calkins, Mary Ehrenworth

About the Unit This unit serves as a primer in what it means to participate in an intense reading workshop. It introduces students to a variety of instructional methods such as read-aloud, partner work, and minilessons, and coaches both teachers and students in how to harness those methods to increase reading expertise and independence. Students will learn to consider more complex character traits, to investigate... more

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A Deep Study of Character with Trade Pack

Mary Ehrenworth, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit This unit serves as a primer in what it means to participate in an intense reading workshop. It introduces students to a variety of instructional methods such as read-aloud, partner work, and minilessons, and coaches both teachers and students in how to harness those methods to increase reading expertise and independence. Students will learn to consider more complex character traits, to investigate... more

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Dystopian Book Clubs

Lucy Calkins, Katy Wischow

About the Unit This unit is for teachers whose classes could benefit from a deep study of an incredibly engaging genre. It will support classes who could learn to talk more deeply about their reading and push themselves to read with greater volume. It will also pay off for teachers who want to take advantage of the power of a popular genre to lure kids into studying complexity and symbolism and allusions. During... more

Link to Dystopian Book Clubs with Trade Pack

Dystopian Book Clubs with Trade Pack

Katy Wischow, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit This unit is for teachers whose classes could benefit from a deep study of an incredibly engaging genre. It will support classes who could learn to talk more deeply about their reading and push themselves to read with greater volume. It will also pay off for teachers who want to take advantage of the power of a popular genre to lure kids into studying complexity and symbolism and allusions. During... more

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Historical Fiction Book Clubs

Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit Historical fiction helps students see how history is not a collection of old, dead facts to be memorized, but is full of compelling stories that help us understand our present and, perhaps, what we need to do to shape a better future. We hope that the reading of historical fiction in this unit will not only kindle in your students an interest in the genre, but that it will also generate awareness of how much... more

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Historical Fiction Book Clubs with Trade Pack

Mary Ehrenworth, Pablo Wolfe, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit Historical fiction helps students see how history is not a collection of old, dead facts to be memorized, but is full of compelling stories that help us understand our present and, perhaps, what we need to do to shape a better future. We hope that the reading of historical fiction in this unit will not only kindle in your students an interest in the genre, but that it will also generate awareness of how much... more

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Investigating Characterization

Author-Study Book Clubs

Mary Ehrenworth, Katy Wischow, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit This unit of study focuses readers on studying not just characters, but characterization, or how authors create multifaceted characters replete with weakness and strengths, complex relationships with others, and life lessons they learn and teach. The unit strikes a delicate balance between encouraging readers to hold on to the magic of reading, allowing them to slip longingly into the pages of a compelling... more

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Literary Nonfiction

Katie Clements, Audra Robb, Edited ByLucy Calkins, Mary Ehrenworth

About the Unit In this unit, you’ll introduce your students to nonfiction books and media they will love, and teach them how to make the most of these portals to fascinating times, places, and people—not to escape our world, but to better understand and address its issues. The book-length nonfiction that middle schoolers will read possesses a unique blend of heart-rending storytelling, artful juxtaposition of subtopics,... more

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Literary Nonfiction with Trade Pack

Katie Clements, Audra Robb, Edited ByLucy Calkins, Mary Ehrenworth

About the Unit In this unit, you’ll introduce your students to nonfiction books and media they will love, and teach them how to make the most of these portals to fascinating times, places, and people—not to escape our world, but to better understand and address its issues. The book-length nonfiction that middle schoolers will read possesses a unique blend of heart-rending storytelling, artful juxtaposition of subtopics,... more

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Social Issues Book Clubs

Reading for Empathy and Advocacy

Lucy Calkins, Audra Robb, Emily Strang-Campbell

About the Unit The topic of social issues, the lens for reading in this unit, is a topic that matters greatly to the young human beings who enter our classrooms every day. In middle school, many kinds of issues start to weigh more heavily on students: relationship issues, school issues, and a growing awareness of larger societal pressures. There can be serious consequences to the spiraling troubles that surround middle... more

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Tapping the Power of Nonfiction

Lucy Calkins, Katie Clements

About the Unit Nonfiction reading skills are essential to students’ achievement in virtually every academic discipline. To do science, students need to read science books and articles. To study history, they need to be skilled at reading all kinds of primary and secondary sources. When we help students become powerful readers of nonfiction, we help them become powerful learners. This unit assumes you have a reading... more

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Tapping the Power of Nonfiction with Trade Pack

Katie Clements, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit Nonfiction reading skills are essential to students’ achievement in virtually every academic discipline. To do science, students need to read science books and articles. To study history, they need to be skilled at reading all kinds of primary and secondary sources. When we help students become powerful readers of nonfiction, we help them become powerful learners. Note: This unit assumes you have... more

Link to Critical Literacy: Unlocking Contemporary Fiction

Critical Literacy: Unlocking Contemporary Fiction

Mary Ehrenworth, Sonja Cherry-Paul, Heather Burns

About the Unit

This unit is about cultural relevance and getting teens to fall in love with books that are deeply meaningful to the lives they are living right now. The unit will introduce young people to some of the great writers of their generation, the writers who are writing for them, and will create powerful opportunities for teens to share their voices, and find their places, in school and in the world.  Across... more

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Essential Research Skills for Teens

Mary Ehrenworth, Marc Todd, Edited ByLucy Calkins

About the Unit This unit is all about learning well in today’s digital world and then sharing that knowledge with others—the most fundamental and joyous of intellectual experiences. Students will form study groups to research topics of contemporary, scientific, or historical significance. The first bend immerses readers into essential study habits that will serve them well throughout their research across the unit. Bend... more

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Jennifer Serravallo
Complete Comprehension

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Comprehension Toolkit

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Contexts For Learning Math

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Susan O’Connell & Colleagues
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Regie Routman
The Regie Routman Series - Transforming Our Teaching

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Link to Additional Emergent Storybooks Shelf, PreK-Kindergarten

Additional Emergent Storybooks Shelf, PreK-Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi

You will recognize many familiar books as you dive into this Emergent Storybooks shelf. When selecting these books, we prioritized stories that follow a conventional story structure and have illustrations that clearly match the words on each page. We’ve included stories you will want to read again and again. Once your students have heard a story several times, you will want to give them a chance to “read” the stories on their own. This reading... more

Link to Add-On Read-Aloud Shelf, Grades K-1

Add-On Read-Aloud Shelf, Grades K-1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Add-On Shared Reading Shelf, Grades K-1

Add-On Shared Reading Shelf, Grades K-1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This shelf of fiction and nonfiction books is designed to expand your collection of books for shared reading. Your kindergartners and first-graders will want to go back and read these books over and over again. Even in a first reading, children will be able to chime in with your reading, and on subsequent reads, they will be able to work with more depth on the word work and comprehension opportunities these books provide. For information... more

Link to Concept Books Shelf, Kindergarten

Concept Books Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These concept books—centering on familiar topics such as ABC's, counting, and colors—allow your kindergartners to practice reading cover to cover, distinguish between pictures and print, and learn that pages of a book go together to tell about a topic. Your youngest readers will know that they can learn more about their world within the pages of a book, and these books will provide fodder for enthusiastic practice in talking about books with peers... more

Link to Emergent Storybooks Shelf, Kindergarten

Emergent Storybooks Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These storybooks for emergent readers follow a conventional story structure and have illustrations that clearly match the words on each page. Many have repeating lines or plot, making them easier for students to retell. With each reading, your students will build up story language and important reading behaviors. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Kindergarten Classroom Library. For complete details about... more

Link to Every School Collection, Gr. K-5 Shelf

Every School Collection, Gr. K-5 Shelf

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

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... more

Link to Level A Shelf, Kindergarten

Level A Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level A books assist children in looking at print and matching the words that they read with the words on the page. These highly predictable books support children’s reading work by repeating the pattern of the first page throughout the book, providing enough support so that children can do the job of matching their spoken words to the written ones. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Kindergarten Classroom... more

Link to Level B Shelf, Kindergarten

Level B Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level B books assist children in looking at print and matching the words that they read with the words on the page. These highly predictable books support children’s reading work by repeating the pattern of the first page until the end, which often has a slight pattern change. The Level B books in this collection have two and sometimes three lines of text per page, requiring the student to make a return sweep to the beginning of the next... more

Link to Level C Shelf, Kindergarten

Level C Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level C books require readers to rely on a growing knowledge of letters and sounds. The pictures are less supportive, and the sentences are longer, and the child’s growing bank of known words helps her move across those longer sentences with more ease, able to think about the meaning and the beginning sounds. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Kindergarten Classroom Library. For complete details about... more

Link to Level D Shelf, Kindergarten

Level D Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level D books require readers to look at the letters at the beginnings and the endings of words, using the sounds those letters make to check that they have read the word correctly. These books have a pattern, but the pattern may be different on the first page and on the last page, so that it is just the internal part of the book that maintains the same pattern.     The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete... more

Link to Level E Shelf, Kindergarten

Level E Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

In the books on the Level E shelf, the illustrations are less supportive, the sentences are more complex, and the patterns in the books shift part way through them. Children reading these books need to draw on many sources of information, including the text’s meaning and the syntax. These Level E books contain more literary language and unusual language structures, as well as more dialogue. The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Level F Shelf, Kindergarten

Level F Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent.        The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Read-Aloud Shelf, Kindergarten

Read-Aloud Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Shared Reading Shelf, Kindergarten

Shared Reading Shelf, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These are the fiction and nonfiction books your children will want to go back and read over and over again. Even in a first reading, children will be able to chime in with your reading, and on subsequent reads, they will be able to work with more depth on the word work and comprehension opportunities these books provide. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Kindergarten Classroom Library. For complete details... more

Link to Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Kindergarten

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Kindergarten

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project has developed state-of-the-art classroom libraries for each grade level, K–8. Curated by Lucy Calkins and TCRWP colleagues along with a team of literacy leaders and children’s literature experts, these libraries contain 400–700 leveled books at each grade level—all organized into collections, shelves, and bins based on level, genre, topic, and available in versions for students reading both at and... more

Link to Add-On Read-Aloud Shelf, Grades 1-2

Add-On Read-Aloud Shelf, Grades 1-2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This  mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Add-On Shared Reading Shelf, Grades 1-2

Add-On Shared Reading Shelf, Grades 1-2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This shelf of fiction and nonfiction books is designed to expand your collection of books for shared reading. Your first- and second-graders will want to go back and read these books over and over again. Even in a first reading, children will be able to chime in with your reading, and on subsequent reads, they will be able to work with more depth on the word work and comprehension opportunities these books provide. For information about... more

Link to Level A Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level A Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level A books assist children in looking at print and matching the words that they read with the words on the page. These highly predictable books support children’s reading work by repeating the pattern of the first page throughout the book, providing enough support so that children can do the job of matching their spoken words to the written ones. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Below Benchmark... more

Link to Level B Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level B Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level B books assist children in looking at print and matching the words that they read with the words on the page. These highly predictable books support children’s reading work by repeating the pattern of the first page until the end, which often has a slight pattern change. The Level B books in this collection have two and sometimes three lines of text per page, requiring the student to make a return sweep to the beginning of the next... more

Link to Level C Shelf, Grade 1

Level C Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level C books require readers to rely on a growing knowledge of letters and sounds. The pictures are less supportive, and the sentences are longer, and the child’s growing bank of known words helps her move across those longer sentences with more ease, able to think about the meaning and the beginning sounds. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Classroom Library. For complete details about the... more

Link to Level C Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level C Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level C books require readers to rely on a growing knowledge of letters and sounds. The pictures are less supportive, and the sentences are longer, and the child’s growing bank of known words helps her move across those longer sentences with more ease, able to think about the meaning and the beginning sounds. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Below Benchmark Classroom Library. For complete details... more

Link to Level D Shelf, Grade 1

Level D Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level D books require readers to look at the letters at the beginnings and the endings of words, using the sounds those letters make to check that they have read the word correctly. These books have a pattern, but the pattern may be different on the first page and on the last page, so that it is just the internal part of the book that maintains the same pattern. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade... more

Link to Level D Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level D Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level D books require readers to look at the letters at the beginnings and the endings of words, using the sounds those letters make to check that they have read the word correctly. These books have a pattern, but the pattern may be different on the first page and on the last page, so that it is just the internal part of the book that maintains the same pattern.                 The books in this library shelf are also included in... more

Link to Level E Shelf, Grade 1

Level E Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

In the books on the Level E shelf, the illustrations are less supportive, the sentences are more complex, and the patterns in the books shift part way through them. Children reading these books need to draw on many sources of information, including the text’s meaning and the syntax. These Level E books contain more literary language and unusual language structures, as well as more dialogue.      The books in this library shelf are also... more

Link to Level E Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level E Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent.               The books in this library shelf are also... more

Link to Level F Shelf, Grade 1

Level F Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent.          The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Level F Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level F Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent.               The books in this library shelf are also... more

Link to Level G Shelf, Grade 1

Level G Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level G collection introduces students to a wider range of texts, including simple animal fantasy and realistic fiction. These books require children to integrate all sources of information while reading to understand the author’s story or message. There is minimal repetition of familiar sentence patterns, requiring children to attend to more complex story patterns with more difficult vocabulary and story elements. The books in this... more

Link to Level G Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level G Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level G collection introduces students to a wider range of texts, including simple animal fantasy, and realistic fiction. These books require children to integrate all sources of information while reading to understand the author’s story or message. There is minimal repetition of familiar sentence patterns, requiring children to attend to more complex story patterns with more difficult vocabulary and story elements.             The... more

Link to Level H Shelf, Grade 1

Level H Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level H books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. Picture support is minimal and requires readers to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences in life or in other books. These Level H books have less repetition of episodes, requiring the student to keep the events of the story in order and relate the events to each... more

Link to Level H Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level H Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level H books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. Picture support is minimal and requires readers to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences in life or in other books. These Level H books have less repetition of episodes, requiring the student to keep the events of the story in order and relate the events to each... more

Link to Level I Shelf, Grade 1

Level I Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level I shelf contains longer  books and some short chapter books. Students must develop skill in accumulating information across a story. These Level I books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. The Level I books have minimal picture support, which requires readers to use the text to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences... more

Link to Level I Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level I Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level I shelf contains longer  books and some short chapter books. Students must develop skill in accumulating information across a story. These Level I books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. The Level I books have minimal picture support, which requires readers to use the text to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences... more

Link to Level J Shelf, Grade 1

Level J Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level J shelf includes books from genres that may be new to your students: more complex nonfiction, simple biographies, and more complex traditional folktales. In these books, picture support is minimal, so readers need to make clear mental images in part by drawing on their own experiences, bringing life-connections to the book. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Classroom Library. For complete... more

Link to Level J Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Level J Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level J shelf includes books from genres that may be new to your students: more complex nonfiction, simple biographies, and more complex traditional folktales. In these books, picture support is minimal, so readers need to make clear mental images in part by drawing on their own experiences, bringing life-connections to the book.      The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Below Benchmark Classroom... more

Link to Level K Shelf, Grade 1

Level K Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level K shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. These stories are more complex and require readers to do more challenging character work—keeping track of many characters, accumulating traits explicitly stated in the text, and thinking about relationships. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Classroom Library. For complete details about the Teachers College... more

Link to Level L Shelf, Grade 1

Level L Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level L shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. The fiction books require readers to do more challenging character work—keeping track of many characters, accumulating traits explicitly stated in the text, and thinking about relationships. The nonfiction texts in the collection are more complex, with more technical language explained in text, and information is divided in sections by boldface headings... more

Link to Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 1

Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Series Books Shelf (Levels H-J), Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Series Books Shelf (Levels H-J), Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These series books are highly patterned, so that once your kids have read one book in a series, they will be able to predict what to expect in the others. This collection includes several books from a number of beloved series, including Danny and the Dinosaur and Mr. Putter and Tabby. This collection is a starter set that will introduce your kids to many delightful series to fall in love with. The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Series Books Shelf (Levels I-L), Grade 1

Series Books Shelf (Levels I-L), Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These series books are highly patterned, so that once your kids have read one book in a series, they will be able to predict what to expect in the others. This collection includes several books from a number of beloved series, including Iris and Walter and Henry and Mudge. This collection is a starter set that will introduce your kids to many delightful series to fall in love with.              The books in this library shelf are also... more

Link to Shared Reading Shelf, Grade 1

Shared Reading Shelf, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These are the fiction and nonfiction books your children will want to go back and read over and over again. Even in a first reading, children will be able to chime in with your reading, and on subsequent reads, they will be able to work with more depth on the word work and comprehension opportunities these books provide. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Classroom Library. For complete details about... more

Link to Shared Reading Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Shared Reading Shelf, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These are the fiction and nonfiction books your children will want to go back and read over and over again. Even in a first reading, children will be able to chime in with your reading, and on subsequent reads, they will be able to work with more depth on the word work and comprehension opportunities these books provide. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 1 Below Benchmark Classroom Library. For complete... more

Link to Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Grade 1

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Grade 1

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project has developed state-of-the-art classroom libraries for each grade level, K–8. Curated by Lucy Calkins and TCRWP colleagues along with a team of literacy leaders and children’s literature experts, these libraries contain 400–700 leveled books at each grade level—all organized into collections, shelves, and bins based on level, genre, topic, and available in versions for students reading both at and... more

Link to Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library, Grade 1, Below Benchmark

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project has developed state-of-the-art classroom libraries for each grade level, K–8. Curated by Lucy Calkins and TCRWP colleagues along with a team of literacy leaders and children’s literature experts, these libraries contain 400–700 leveled books at each grade level—all organized into collections, shelves, and bins based on level, genre, topic, and available in versions for students reading both at and... more

Link to Level C Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level C Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level C books require readers to rely on a growing knowledge of letters and sounds. The pictures are less supportive, and the sentences are longer, and the child’s growing bank of known words helps her move across those longer sentences with more ease, able to think about the meaning and the beginning sounds.  The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 2 Below Benchmark Classroom Library. For complete... more

Link to Level D Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level D Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level D books require readers to look at the letters at the beginnings and the endings of words, using the sounds those letters make to check that they have read the word correctly. These books have a pattern, but the pattern may be different on the first page and on the last page, so that it is just the internal part of the book that maintains the same pattern.                        The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Level E Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level E Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

In the books on the Level E shelf, the illustrations are less supportive, the sentences are more complex, and the patterns in the books shift part way through them. Children reading these books need to draw on many sources of information, including the text’s meaning and the syntax. These Level E books contain more literary language and unusual language structures, as well as more dialogue. The books in this library shelf are also included... more

Link to Level F Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level F Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level F books often contain several episodes, which the reader needs to keep in mind and blend together into a coherent storyline. Characters are more developed, and readers are expected to draw inferences about characters. The language is more challenging, and there is far less repetition in sentences. The literary language that began to show up in Level E is even more prevalent. The books in this library shelf are also included in... more

Link to Level G Shelf, Grade 2

Level G Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level G collection introduces students to a wider range of texts, including simple animal fantasy, and realistic fiction. These books require children to integrate all sources of information while reading to understand the author’s story or message. There is minimal repetition of familiar sentence patterns, requiring children to attend to more complex story patterns with more difficult vocabulary and story elements. The books in this... more

Link to Level G Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level G Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level G collection introduces students to a wider range of texts, including simple animal fantasy, and realistic fiction. These books require children to integrate all sources of information while reading to understand the author’s story or message. There is minimal repetition of familiar sentence patterns, requiring children to attend to more complex story patterns with more difficult vocabulary and story elements. The books in this... more

Link to Level H Shelf, Grade 2

Level H Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level H books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. Picture support is minimal and requires readers to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences in life or in other books. These Level H books have less repetition of episodes, requiring the student to keep the events of the story in order and relate the events to each... more

Link to Level H Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level H Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

These Level H books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. Picture support is minimal and requires readers to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences in life or in other books. These Level H books have less repetition of episodes, requiring the student to keep the events of the story in order and relate the events to each... more

Link to Level I Shelf, Grade 2

Level I Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level I shelf contains longer  books and some short chapter books. Students must develop skill in accumulating information across a story. These Level I books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. The Level I books have minimal picture support, which requires readers to use the text to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences... more

Link to Level I Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level I Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level I shelf contains longer  books and some short chapter books. Students must develop skill in accumulating information across a story. These Level I books contain more complex literary language, more complex vocabulary, and often more technical vocabulary, especially in informational books. The Level I books have minimal picture support, which requires readers to use the text to make clear mental images and connections to their own experiences... more

Link to Level J Shelf, Grade 2

Level J Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level J shelf includes books from genres that may be new to your students: more complex nonfiction, simple biographies, and more complex traditional folktales. In these books, picture support is minimal, so readers need to make clear mental images in part by drawing on their own experiences, bringing life-connections to the book. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 2 Classroom Library. For complete... more

Link to Level J Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Level J Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level J shelf includes books from genres that may be new to your students: more complex nonfiction, simple biographies, and more complex traditional folktales. In these books, picture support is minimal, so readers need to make clear mental images in part by drawing on their own experiences, bringing life-connections to the book. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 2 Below Benchmark Classroom Library.... more

Link to Level K Shelf, Grade 2

Level K Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level K shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. These stories are more complex and require readers to do more challenging character work—keeping track of many characters, accumulating traits explicitly stated in the text, and thinking about relationships. The books in this library shelf are also included in the complete Grade 2 Classroom Library. For complete details about the Teachers College... more

Link to Level L Shelf, Grade 2

Level L Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level L shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. The fiction books require readers to do more challenging character work—keeping track of many characters, accumulating traits explicitly stated in the text, and thinking about relationships. The nonfiction texts in the collection are more complex, with more technical language explained in text, and information is divided in sections by boldface headings... more

Link to Level M Shelf, Grade 2

Level M Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level M shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. The fiction books in this collection require readers to do more inferential work to figure out what the characters are like. The nonfiction texts in the collection are more complex, with more technical language explained in text, and information is divided in sections by boldface headings and content.          The books in this library shelf are... more

Link to Level N Shelf, Grade 2

Level N Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

The Level N shelf includes early chapter books, which are longer and divided into chapters. The fiction books in this collection require readers to do more inferential work to figure out what the characters are like. The nonfiction texts in the collection are more complex, with more technical language explained in text, and information is divided in sections by boldface headings and content.          The books in this library shelf are... more

Link to Own Voices Authors, I-M, Gr. 2-3 Shelf

Own Voices Authors, I-M, Gr. 2-3 Shelf

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Teachers College Reading & Writing Project

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... more

Link to Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 2

Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 2

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles  will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Read-Aloud Shelf, Grade 2, Below Benchmark

Teachers College Reading and Writing Project Classroom Library

Lucy Calkins, Molly Picardi, Katherine Wears

This mix of engaging fiction and nonfiction titles will draw your students in and support their reading work. About two-thirds of the collection consists of fiction books that will delight your students, promote important conversations, and teach valuable life lessons. A third of this collection is nonfiction books on both familiar topics and new ones—books that will amaze and enlighten kids, as well as support them in doing all of the nonfiction... more

Link to Series Books Shelf (Levels D, E, I, & J), Grade 2, Below Benchmark
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