READING

Create a Family Reading Habit

READING - Series 1, Episode 1 - Create a Family Reading Habit English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

Build Reading Skills and Comprehension

READING - Series 1, Episode 2 - Build Reading Skills and Comprehension English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

Instill a Love of Reading in Your Child

READING - Series 1, Episode 3 - Instill a Love of Reading in Your Child English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

Motivate a Struggling Reader

READING - Series 1, Episode 4 - Motivate a Struggling Reader English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

Make Read-Alouds Come to Life!

READING - Series 1, Episode 5 - Make Read-Alouds Come to Life! English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

Connect Reading to Real Life

READING - Series 1, Episode 6 - Connect Reading to Real Life English - ORDER NOWSpanish - ORDER NOW

How To Use The Videos

Download the videos above, then use them on your web site and social media sites.

Using the Videos on a Website

Step 1.

First, download the video(s) to your local computer by clicking the corresponding download button with the desire language(s) located under the pictures above.

To do this, you will need to go to your custom download page using the URL provided to you by a customer service representative.

You may contact us at The Parent Institute toll free at 1-800-756-5525.

Videos are in English and Spanish
Be sure to grab both versions, if available.
Step 2.

Second, upload the videos to your school/district website.
How this is done varies, but your webmaster should know how. It's identical to how pictures are posted on the site already.

Useful Tools That Might Help
FileZilla, CyberDuck, PuTTY PSCP, ForkLift, FuGu, SmartFTP, gFTP, FreeFTP, bareFTP, fireFTP, ....
Step 3.

If your website, blog, or content management system does not have the ability to play an uploaded video directly, then your webmaster can use this HTML5 fragment instead.
Choose a video size you'd like, from small to huge.

For WordPress try Easy Video Player or the video short code.
<video width="520" height="293" controls style="border:thin solid black;">
  <source src="READING-01-01-EN.mp4" type="video/mp4">
  <p>
    <em>The video you're trying to play requires a modern HTML5 compliant browser.</em>
    The latest versions of Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer,
    and Microsoft Edge should work just fine.
  </p>
</video>

Copy this code and put it on your website where you want the video to appear.

Common Problems

Click this <video> tag for more information.

Step 4.

Substitute the name of the downloaded video from step 1 where shown in yellow above.

This example shows READING-01-01-EN.mp4, which is the English version of the first video in the initial READING series.

Each Video has a Different Filename
Files are named after the topic, the series, the episode number, and the language.