Kim James, teacher librarian at Van Meter, explains how, when and why her students listen to audiobooks on Tales2go. Find out how she and other teachers incorporate listening into literacy instruction.
Tales2go offers comprehension questions & activities by grade level, as well as graphic organizers! All of these assist your students in understanding text read aloud.
It's "busy season" here at Tales2go. Teachers and students are excited to get their listening stations up and running. That means lots of new classrooms and schools, trainings, webinars, Skype calls and e-mails! Please reach out if you want to…
Here's the recipe for the perfect listening center. Only 4 steps and lasts the whole year!
Welcome back to a new school year! To get started with Tales2go at school, follow the 5 easy steps below... (If you are looking for information to send home to parents, visit our blog post about engaging with parents where you'll…
Here is a list of classroom and home activities for use with Tales2go. Check these ideas out and visit the rest of our site for more resources.
With the varying standards across states, we put together a few documents to show you the countless ways audio books connect to different state standards. Find connections to Common Core Standards, Florida LAFS, Virginia SOL, and Texas TEKs.
Cathy Potter, an Elementary School librarian in Maine, shares her experience with Tales2go as an audio book solution for her school. Read the many instances Tales2go is used in the classroom and library and view some snap shots of her students listening.