eLearning for Families

Resources for Learning at Home

Your health, the well-being of your household, and the continuity of education are of utmost importance to the Follett team and family. We’re here to help.

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30+ Free Virtual Reading and Learning Programs and Ideas for All Ages

Shannon McClintock Miller, teacher librarian and the Future Ready Librarians® spokesperson, has posted a collection of free resources for summer reading, exercising, coding, researching, and more, with age- and grade-level descriptions.

Virtual Camp Adventures

Shannon McClintock Miller, teacher librarian and the Future Ready Librarians® spokesperson, is keeping kids engaged with a 12-week-long Virtual Camp Adventure! Each week has its own theme with learning and activity resources, including its own curated collection in Follett Collections by Destiny®.

Race and Ethnicity Resources

Check out our Pinterest board of useful book lists, lessons and activities, websites, articles, and videos to help in discussions with peers and students around race, racism, and equality.

Reading Packet

Enjoy this fun reading worksheet packet for Grades K-5 to help keep your children reading over the summer or anytime!


Learning at Home in the Age of COVID-19

Shannon Maughan
Publishers Weekly

As schools close nationwide, our Follett family is here for you. Read more from Publishers Weekly on how we have extended our digital resources and created new offerings to support educators and families to assist with distance learning.

Reading Aloud with Your Child

Debra Synatschk
Director of Classroom Services, Follett School Solutions

Debra worked in public education for 30 years as a classroom teacher, K-12 curriculum director, and an adjunct professor. She has also worked with school districts around the country, helping them map their curriculum and implement edtech programs. She currently serves as the Director of Classroom Services for Follett.

Reading aloud with your child for only 15-20 minutes a day can have profound effects on their education. Find out why and discover new tips for reading aloud in this new video.