Loravore® Learning | We Celebrate Reading!

Read along with Dr. Erika D. Tate!

We join millions around the world to celebrate World Read Aloud Day! Reading aloud is a powerful way to spark the imaginations of learners and foster a love of reading. No matter what age, reading aloud can be fun, fantastical, and the gift of lifelong learning!

Press play and read along as Dr. Tate shares her favorite stories with you. Enjoy!

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Add these Featured Children’s Books to Your Library:

3 Criteria for Choosing STEM-Inspiring Children’s Books

  1. Center on characters or people and communities with diverse histories, language, and experiences.
  2. Showcase the dynamic practices of science.
  3. Celebrate unique characteristics, perspectives, and pursuits of children.

Click here to learn more about STEM-inspiring children’s books.

Empower Your Learner with Questions

Reading opens up new worlds for readers. It sparks curiosity and creates opportunities for wonder!


Wonder leads to questions. Questions lead to discovery. Empower your learner with questions while. you read, play, and create with your child.

  • Model what it sounds like to ask questions. Inquire about specific people, objects, or events.
  • Invite them to wonder and ask questions. Specify a topic or experience to focus their questions.
  • Guide them as they ask questions. Use question frames and thinking routines.

Additional Resources

Digital Learning Tool

A digital reading library for kids to read at school or home.

Early Reading Program

Give the child in your life a free book once a month from birth to 5 years old. Email Tameka Tribble of Parent University for more information.

Ada Twist, Scientist Learning Materials

Ada Twist, Scientist Learning materials for educators and families!
Science Fun Learning Activity from Ada Twist, Scientist
Teacher and Parent Guide for Ada Twist, Scientist

Family Science Learning Tools

Learning tools to support families with children in grades K-3 to participate in “field based” science education in outdoors places.

Click to learn more about field-based science learning experiences for children and their families.

[*] Quote: Learning in Places Collaborative. (2020). Framework: Wonderings, “Should We”, and Investigation Questions in Field-Based Science. Bothell, Seattle, WA & Evanston, IL: Learning in Places.

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