WEBINARS

The Power of Independent Reading

Speakers
Noelle Morris
Sara Buren

How can you increase your students' reading volume, achievement, and motivation? Join HMH® literacy experts as they share an independent reading framework and classroom routines that help ensure students are developing as independent readers—both at home and at school.

Think you're smarter than a fifth grader? Attend this fun, interactive session live and show us what you've got for a chance to win free books for your classroom!

LIVE attendees will receive a professional development certificate of completion and access to virtual samples of our new inFact ® leveled reader series!

View five Rigby PM titles with lesson plans online now!

Rigby® PM Digital Sampling
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Explore Hero Academy® now with digital samples of student books and Take and Teach lesson plans!

Hero Academy® Digital Sampling
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inFact® Leveled Readers

Stretch and grow every student’s reading ability with inFact Leveled Readers, a compelling, all non-fiction series of 91 leveled readers for Grades K–5.

Hero Academy® Leveled Readers

Integrate literacy and social-emotional learning with this new leveled reading series from Rigby® for grades K–4.

Rigby® PM Leveled Readers

Meet the needs of all students with Rigby® leveled readers and lesson plans for small-group instruction in grades K–6.

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