Reading Resources for Parents
The Iowa Reading Research Center provides information about reading initiatives in Iowa including Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) and the Early Warning System literacy assessments. Resources for families are also available.
Iowa AEA Online is a virtual library that provides no-cost access to quality web-based resources for PK-12 schools including magazines, eBooks, Encyclopedias, and videos. Students and staff have access at school or at home using the username and password information below. Contact your grade K-6 student’s teacher for login information. To download an informational flyer giving a brief overview of each Iowa AEA Online resource click here.
The award-winning website where students go to read- anytime, anywhere! Harding, Hoover, Jefferson, and Roosevelt have subscriptions. Contact your grade K-4 student’s teacher for log in information.
myON is the world’s largest interactive digital library with 24/7 unlimited, anytime, anywhere access available on desktops, laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. Lincoln Intermediate has a subscription. Contact your grade 5-6 student’s teacher for login information.
Parent and Afterschool resources are available for students in grades K-12.
Access Reading Topics A-Z for information about a variety of literacy topics. Also information is available about Children’s Books & Authors.
Use the Scholastic Book Wizard to find Just the Right Books. Search books by students’ reading level.
Students in grades 5-6 at Lincoln Intermediate use Skills Iowa to take monthly reading benchmarks. Students can also complete Skills Tutor lessons on their own. Contact your grade 5-6 student’s teacher for login information.