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Need some help implementing Tales2Go in your school or district?  The following video tutorials are a great resource that can be shared with administrators, classroom teachers, parents and students. They include overall descriptions of the Tales2Go service, as well as detailed instructions on logging in or using specific features such as student bookmarks. Let us know if you think we need to add any new ones.

Administrators

Setting Up Tales2go in Your School or District

Explanation of how we work with school and district administrators to set up Tales2Go in a school, including access on all school-owned devices, plus take-home licenses for every student.

Audio Books and the Common Core

An overview of how audio books connect to the Common Core.  Listening is raised to a skill equivalent to reading, writing and speaking within the Common Core and other State standards.  In fact, there are specific listening standards, by grade, that students must meet.

Educators

About Tales2go

An overview of Tales2go as a literacy tool and information on getting started.

Using Tales2go in your Classroom

Description of ways to use Tales2go in your classroom to develop vocabulary, fluency and comprehension skills.

Using Student Bookmarks

Step-by-step instructions on implementing the student bookmark feature, which lets students set and retrieve bookmarks on a school-owned device at school and then pick back up seamlessly on a personal device at home.

Engaging with Parents at Home

Ways to get parents involved in developing vocabulary, fluency and comprehension skills at home using Tales2go.

Tales2go Learning Resources

Learn about lesson plans, activities and ideas for using Tales2go with your students.

Logging In (Teachers)

Step-by-step instructions for logging in school-owned and student devices, and setting bookmarks.

Students

Tales2go For Students (Grades Pre-K – 3)

A fun way to get students excited about listening to Tales2go in the classroom and at home, geared towards younger students.

Tales2go For Students (Grades 4 – 8)

A fun way to get students excited about listening to Tales2go in the classroom and at home, geared towards older students.

Logging In (Students)

Step-by-step instructions for logging in student devices, and setting bookmarks.

For Parents

Using Tales2go at Home (Parents)

How to use Tales2go at home with your child to develop vocabulary, fluency and comprehension skills.