ACTIVITY ID: 22066
It is important to think about how you might integrate reading, writing, or math skills in your program. This activity will help you think through how you might organize a lesson or activity around a content area that interests you or that you think most fits the needs of your students attending your program. Here you will find a list of resources by content area. Based on the content that you select, take some time to explore the resources and create a lesson or activity.
The following resources will help you plan for a reader’s theater activity. You will find sample lesson plan templates along with sample lesson plans that you can either use as is or modify to fit school-age children’s needs.
Book Clubs / Literature Circle
Below you will find many resources that will help you create a book club or literature circle. Both resources provide information about specific parts of book clubs, like how to lead a discussion.
Both of the resources below provide tips and strategies for how to prepare for interactive read-alouds in your school-age program.
Below you will find a wealth of information about how to incorporate writing in your school-age experiences and activities. You will find sample lesson plan templates as well as sample lesson plans ready for you to implement.
The following resources detail lesson plans, activities, games, and teaching strategies that can be implemented in any after-school program. Review the following online resources and think about how you can use them to help school- age children and youth improve their math skills.