Happy first birthday, readilearn! – Readilearn


This week we celebrate readilearn’s first birthday. Last year we launched with just over one hundred resources to support early childhood teachers in their role. Now there are more than 250, and the number continues to grow with new resources uploaded nearly every week.

Resources across most areas of the curriculum support teachers of children in their first three years of school. All resources are original and teacher-made, designed to lighten workloads by providing lessons and activities teachers would make themselves, if they only had time.

The collection consists of digital stories, and interactive resources for use on the interactive whiteboard. There are printable activities, teaching suggestions, and notes for distribution to parents. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, let us know and we’ll do our best to support you.

This week, in celebration of the milestone, I have uploaded two new free resources which can be personalised for individual children on their birthday.

Continue reading: Happy first birthday, readilearn! – Readilearn

25 thoughts on “Happy first birthday, readilearn! – Readilearn

  1. Annecdotist

    Congratulations, Norah, and I love the video (and wonder whose voices are saying happy birthday). I’m amazed you’ve uploaded 250 resources in only a year. It’s been hard work but I hope you’ve enjoyed it and the teachers who benefit from your wisdom and experience enjoying it too. I’ve enjoyed following the progress and a bit more of a distance. Here’s to another fruitful year – or ten!

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    1. Norah Post author

      Hi Anne, Thank you for your wishes. Sadly, I don’t know whose voices they are on the video. I downloaded the sound effects free from zapsplat.com
      The year has flown by and I appreciate your support of readilearn, even if from a distance. Best wishes.

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  2. Steven

    That really flew by quickly. I hope Readilearn continues to bring you and its users great satisfaction. Well done Norah, hold that handlebar firmly as you fly by.

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