If you're a professional in your industry, we would love to have you as a guest reader. Once a month, readers from throughout the community read to students in elementary classrooms.
Read to a classroom of children, Pre-K through sixth grade once a week. Under the watchful eyes of the teacher, who remains in the room during the session, read books from different literary genres, introduce new vocabulary, reinforce the importance of sequencing, details and main idea, model good reading, interact with the students by discussing the ideas and messages in the books, expand background knowledge and share the joy of reading. Have fun!
Work individually with second-grade children once a week to strengthen their reading skills, utilizing a leveled series of books.
This program involves listening to students practice reading aloud. This helps students enrich their vocabulary and improve their fluency and comprehension.
Grade Level Reading Intervention Program
Meet weekly with small groups of eight- and nine-year-old children to conduct fun, hands-on activities that reinforce reading skills.
Volunteers help these struggling students build a stronger literacy base.
In March, Rolling Readers has an Annual Book Giveaway. A new hardcover book, selected specifically for each grade level, is given to the students as a gift from their volunteer. The children are urged to take the book home and share it with family and friends. For some of these children, our book is the only book in the home.
4 HOURS A MONTH
IS ALL IT TAKES
That’s right. In just 30-minutes to an hour each week, Rolling Readers volunteers share the joy of reading and assisting children in developing better reading skills.
All that is required to volunteer with Rolling Readers is to enjoy working with children, have a love of reading and thirty minutes to one hour per week of time available. Our volunteers come from all backgrounds, ranging in age from 18 years old and up.
We prepare you to have a rewarding and enjoyable volunteer experience. We walk you through each program and how you can be involved. Training also gives you detailed instructions about what you’ll do when you visit the classroom or participate with one of our mentoring programs.
Training hours and locations vary. One-on-one or group training at your place of employment, social club or professional association can also be arranged. Call us at 321-254-9976 or click here for more information.