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Cheer on the reading!

The Great Reading Games gives students with reading difficulties a chance to be recognized for their efforts and improve their reading success! Encourage these readers through Twitter, Facebook and Instagram with your words, videos or pictures.

The 2016 games ended with students completing over a million pages. Read more about these winners!

During our first annual games in 2014, the top 10 schools were recognized for reading thousands of pages and many were featured in the news including Texas, Illinois, Florida and more!

"The students I teach don’t usually end up with a trophy at the end of the year, but I’ve got a few here who are giving some of the other students in their class a run for their money! We read 8,000 pages, which is phenomenal for any students and especially dyslexic students." -- Connie Bagley, Dyslexia Specialist



Win prizes throughout the games!

Twenty prizes, including Chromebooks for top schools, gift cards, headphones and student prize packs will be given to top schools and students with the most reading activity. Plus, watch for weekly surprises!

Share your success and you could win a Chromebook!

Schools who share how Learning Ally helps them achieve success will be awarded for the most creative efforts. Email your efforts and results to GRG@LearningAlly.org or share your videos, pictures and ideas on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram using #GRG16.


Join our book clubs and hear from the authors.

On the birthday of Dr. Seuss, we celebrated Read Across America day by connecting students with our featured authors, Jeff Kinney and Robert Beatty. Read the books, use the curriculum found in the resource kit, and register to watch the webinar with the author. You can stream this event in your classroom!