Epic! for Educators

Epic! For Educators

Thousands of Amazing Kids’ Books

FREE for teachers & librarians

Books on Epic!

Epic! For Educators

Thousands of Amazing Kids’ Books

FREE for teachers & librarians

Instantly Access 35,000 eBooks, Learning Videos, Quizzes and more for K-5!

Diary of a Wimpy Kid (Book 1)
The Giving Tree
Diary of a 5th Grade Outlaw: Book 1
Big Nate: I Can't Take It!
Warriors #1: Into the Wild
The Princess In Black and the Perfect Princess Party
National Geographic Kids Myths Busted!
Scaredy Squirrel
The Most Magnificent Thing
Wings of Fire #1: The Dragonet Prophecy
Rainbow Magic #7: Heather the Violet Fairy
Jabari Jumps
Classic Goosebumps #1: Night of the Living Dummy
Fancy Nancy
National Geographic Kids World Atlas
I Need My Monster
Super Cute! Baby Dogs
Origami Fun: Dinosaurs

So Many Reasons to use Epic! in the Classroom

Reasons for Educators to use Epic!— Fluency, Vocabulary, Love of Reading, Differentiation, Reading Comprehension, Personalized Learning, Whole Group Instruction, English Language Learners, STEM, Common Core, Centers, Adaptive Learning

Educator Resources

Get the most out of Epic!—in the classroom and beyond

QUICKSTART GUIDE

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BACK-TO-SCHOOL NIGHT PRESENTATION

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FAMILY LETTER

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CLASSROOM DECORATIONS

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Content Collections

Teacher-created collections to help with lesson planning and more

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Woodland/ Forest Habitat
Space & Planets
Do It Yourself
Poetry and Figurative Language
All Things Math
Ancient Civilizations
Simple Spanish Books
Weather
Electricity
Past & Present
Rocks and Minerals
Native Americans
Civil Rights
Maps and Landforms
MTSS Unit 8 Comparing and Contrasting
Middle ages
Plants and Pollinators
Seasons
Immigration
Fire Safety
Community Helpers/Economic Understanding Kindergarten
Insects
American Revolution
Human body
Graphic Novels
Ecosystem Research
US Government for 3rd Grade
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10 Creative Ways to use Epic! in the Classroom

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Use Epic! for the "Listening" portion of Daily 5 using Read-to-Me and Audiobooks
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Project Epic! on your interactive whiteboard to teach a specific skill or strategy
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Use non-fiction books for research projects, such as reports on animals
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Students create a "wish list" of books and then partner up to explain that list
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Epic! is perfect for Read Aloud, Shared Reading & Independent Reading Time
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Students create book reviews and recommend favorites to classmates
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Expose students to different expressions and intonations using Read-to-Me books
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Perform experiments using ideas in Epic!'s STEM books
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Create book commercials using multimedia tools such as iMovie, Telestory or ChatterPix
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Compare two books by the same author
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98%
of teachers would recommend
Epic! to a colleague

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