Seeking Imaginative Artists to Illustrate Open Source Children’s Stories

Promote your artwork and help children around the world learn how to read! The FreeReading.net development team is currently seeking artists to create illustrations for the short children’s texts on FreeReading.net.

FreeReading is a high-quality, open-source, free reading intervention program for grades K-1. Developed by a team of instructional designers at Wireless Generation and teachers across the country, the FreeReading site has a community of over 100,000 educators in all 50 states and 167 countries. In addition, FreeReading is the first open-source instructional program to be approved through an official state adoption. The state of Florida recently approved FreeReading as a supplemental reading program that state schools may use during the 2008-2009 school year.

 

If you are artistically inclined or know people that are, feel free to pass along this opportunity. More information can be found here:

 

Seeking Imaginative Artists to Illustrate Open Source Children’s Stories

 

Cheers,

Anna

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