Your Reading Journey

Macmillan’s Readers are for everyone, for young and old. Whether you’re a seasoned reader or are just starting out, there are plenty of books to choose from and we will help you find your next good read.

But how do you encourage reading in the classroom? And what type of activities can make reading fun? From drama to starting your own book club, we’ve plenty of resources to keep you and your students busy.

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With the help of these book club worksheets all students get the chance to read, write and talk about their favourite books. It’s a great way to encourage students to read in class as well as at home. Download the new book club poster!

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Creative writing activities

Having the ability to think creatively is an important life skill… and it’s fun, too! As part of the Macmillan Life Skills campaign we’re publishing monthly activities on how to think and write more creatively. Suitable for class projects and individual students.

Drama-in-the-classroom 310×119Drama in the classroom

Ever wanted to put on a play with your class? We have developed a series of guides to help you use drama activities in the primary classroom using the Macmillan Explorers and the Macmillan Children’s Readers.

 

Using Graded Readers in the Classroom Using Graded Readers in the Classroom

This updated Using Graded Readers in the Classroom booklet for the secondary and adult markets contains everything you ever wanted to know about teaching with graded Readers, including activities for students and a new quiz for each level. If you’re teaching primary then the brand-new Using Graded Readers in the Young Learner Classroom brochure will be invaluable.