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Writing notebook - Halloween (6-8 years old) - INTERACTIVE
Using this digital writing book, students write one or more short texts from a choice of proposed writing topics, on the theme of Halloween. The student can save and print their work and submit their texts to their teacher who receives them in their dashboard.
Littératout celebrates its 10th anniversary this month!
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Resources to support the development of literacy skills in children aged 4 to 11
For in-school and distance learning
The Littératout Platform
The Littératout resources are integrated with a powerful LMS platform that allows assignment of resources from the teacher interface to student accounts and enables tracking of student progress via the teacher dashboard.
Accessible from school or from home on any device!
Assignment of activities
The Littératout Content
Littératout offers a range of resources to support the learning of reading, writing and oral communication for Kindergarten to Grade 6 students: interactive and printable activities, video clips and ebooks with and without narration.
Littératout is a proud partner supplier for Ontario's education sector thanks to an agreement with the Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM).
Littératout is a company with a mission to develop and produce quality educational content, promoting student success in literacy, while encouraging their motivation and facilitating differentiated instruction.
Our content stands out for the quality of its pedagogical approach, its originality and its innovative character. Our resources are designed by a team of qualified and experienced educators who have children's literacy needs at heart.
All of our resources are aligned with most Canadian educational programs. Our educational team validates each resource to ensure compliance with the programs.
"Literatout? A mine of invaluable resources! My favorite is the ability to personalize student learning in their individual files. The teacher can give descriptive feedback and the student sees his progress in setting goals for improvement. We teach students who are all unique. They are just grouped together in a room. We need to stop thinking about the class-group and instead think about the unique individuals grouped together in a class. Hence the importance of having access to the best resources to help us. Thank you to the Littératout team for supporting us in our task. "
Angèle Aklah, EAO
Support teacher - Viamonde public school board