Listening for Literacy

It's the perfect time to implement your listening center if you haven't already. If you need more reasons why, check out these sites:


NY Times: Language Gap Study


Scholastic: The Benefits and Pleasures of Listening to Audio Books

Teachers have been using audio books for decades to help with fluency, comprehension and vocabulary. Tales2Go makes it so easy for your students to find what they are looking for and listen instantly!

You can find great resources on getting your listening station set up here and on our Pinterest page at

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Happy listening!

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