Teachers can share these resources with parents to generate awareness about FLN and its benefits and to increase their involvement in creating teaching moments for FLN at home. The resources are available in English, Hindi and Kannada.
Here are tools and resources for parents, teachers, and system-level implementers on how best to help children acquire FLN skills
Teachers and program designers can use this to troubleshoot the most probable breakdowns observed in Grade 1 and Grade 2 for English and Maths.
Pratham Open School is a learning platform to help children and the youth prepare for school, work and life. You will find content that aims to encourage and support self-learning, project-based learning and experiential learning for groups and individuals in 11 regional languages for learners across the age group of 3-18+.
Teach is a free classroom observation tool that provides a window into one of the less explored and more important aspects of a student’s education: what goes on in the classroom. The tool is intended to be used in primary classrooms (grades 1-6) and was designed to help low- and middle-income countries track and improve teaching quality.
Reading Rockets is a national public media literacy initiative offering information and resources on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how caring adults can help.