Having the right materials is a critical first step for teaching kids to read, but it’s only one small part of the equation. Reading becomes learning when students engage with the stories and text in multiple ways – and have fun doing it. We have a variety of resources available that will help integrate our books into your classroom  and reading libraries. To assist our teacher clients, we have coordinating Lesson Plans and Running Records available for download for each of our titles.

MaryRuth Books Printables

Monthly Classroom Calendars Spark Students’ Curiosity

MaryRuth Books’ monthly calendars, featuring the characters from our books, are a great way to warm up the classroom, initiate discussion, and continue fostering a love of reading.

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Organize Your Reading Library with Level Labels

Make integrating MaryRuth Books into your classroom reading library easy with printable book level labels for every title. Labels are formatted to print on standard Avery labels and include both reading intervention and guided reading levels.

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Lists for Everything You Want to Know about MaryRuth Books Titles

Do you want a list of MRB titles organized alphabetically? Need titles with their corresponding ISBNs? There’s a download for that. On our website we have lists of  ATOS Titles (Books with Accelerated Reading® Tests) and a listing of titles on the Reading Recovery® Approved Book List.

We also have printable lists of the titles included in each of the MRB Leveled Reading Sets- Early Emergent (Levels A-C), Emergent (Levels D-E), Upper Emergent (Levels F-H), and Early Fluent (Levels I-M).

Norman Sight Words Activity

Norman Sight Words Activity

Increase Classroom Involvement with Active Learning

Young students learn best when they’re engaged and collaborative learning is a powerful way to engage students, while improving cooperation and communication skills.  Our classroom learning activities are fun ways to help students develop listening and thinking skills, as well as advance  manual dexterity. Active learning also encourages participation and dialogue in the classroom, providing excellent feedback for teachers. Watch for  a new activity each month.

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