Literacy Support Resources
To help Brown County families keep on top of their children's learning goals, here is a list of resources to supplement homebound efforts.
Do you have a child in grades 6-10 that would benefit from tutoring? The Brown County Literacy Coalition (BCLC) in collaboration with Indiana University will be offering free online tutoring for students in grades 6-10. The tutors will be volunteer IU students Some of the students are working on service learning hours as a requirement for a class. Some of the IU students are simply volunteering their time!! Tutoring begins the week of September 6 and runs for 10+ weeks.
Please complete this form so that we can carefully match your child to an IU tutor:
Click here to complete the form.
Fry Words (known as Sight Words) are words for each level that must be memorized.
Here are some helpful ways to teach Fry Words to your child.
Sign up here to enroll your child in Dolly's awesome program for children ages birth-5.
Kids can never write too much! Here are some great questions to help them write every day.
Help your child memorize their multiplication tables.
Good grammar matters! Help your child learn good writing practices early.
Reading success is critical for life success.
Many children have illegible handwriting, even as they move into upper grades. Help them practice!
Khan Academy has tools for every subject, age, and level of learning.
Brown County Literacy Coalition
Communities of support, helping kids learn.
I love education, I love reading, and I thought I could make a difference.
every subject that they do.
I want to extend a love of reading to everyone I can.
He now reads on his own and likes to read.
Listen to our tutors talk about their experience helping kids.