The Tennessee Department of Education announced a new reading initiative that will help the state’s newest readers
Chattanooga, TN – According to the statement, the Tennessee Department of Education launched the free At-Home Decodable Book Series, which will be available to families of kindergarten, first and second-grade students to help them build their reading skills.
The officials have reported that this launch is part of the state’s Reading 360 Program initiative.
Each free pack has seven decodable booklets with more than 20 exciting stories full of sounds and words to help them practice phonics and reading.
Families can order one booklet pack for each of their K-2 children by filling out the order form at this link.
Teachers can also utilize these resources to help families extend learning that takes place in the classroom.