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Storyline Onlinehttp://www.storylineonline.net/

This great website has famous actors and actresses reading quality children’s fiction.  You get to see all of the pictures, just as if you were listening to a live read aloud.  This is a great way to expose students to quality read alouds—perfect for ESL students and families who may not have access to English books being read aloud

 Between the Lionshttp://pbskids.org/lions/

This website is based on the PBS show Between the Lions.  It has great stories, with the words underneath for students to watch.  There are also games based on these stories.

 We Give Bookshttp://www.wegivebooks.org/books

This website is owned by Pearson Foundation, and has hundreds of e-books available for kids to read for free.  In addition, the foundation donates books to kids in need around the world for all of your time spent on this site.  You can sort the books by content and age appropriateness. 

Time for Kids -  http://www.timeforkids.com/

Real life reading is the most important type of reading.  Time Kids provides kids with reading about today’s current events.  There are real life articles on topics that interest children.

Giggle Poetry – Read and Rate – http://www.gigglepoetry.com/

This site has hundreds of poems for kids to read and rate.  It’s a great way to get kids excited about reading!

 
 VOKidshttp://www.tvokids.com/

The math and science games on this site are wonderful for working on many different math concepts, including counting coins, addition and telling time.  In addition, there are great videos that demonstrate various math concepts (click on Watch to view videos).

 

Erich’s Puzzle Placehttp://www2.stetson.edu/~efriedma/puzzle.html
Critical thinking and solving puzzles are such helpful skills in math.  This site has almost every puzzle imaginable, from sudoku, to arithmetic puzzles, to rebus puzzles to mazes.

 

PBS Kids – Cyberchasehttp://pbskids.org/cyberchase/math-games/

Although there are many great shows on PBS Kids, Cyberchase focuses in on many different math and problem solving concepts.  At the PBS website, there are games and video clips that you can use to help your students work on math concepts and problem solving.

 

Virtual Manipulatives: http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/grade_g_1.html

Every math manipulative that you have (or should have) in the math manipulative kit that comes with your math series can be found in virtual form on this website. In addition, there are new, different ways to manipulate these manipulatives that I have found only here. For example, this site allows you to subtract with base ten blocks, and the blocks that are “taken away” truly go away. In addition to base ten blocks, there are also number lines, clocks, money, tangrams, pattern blocks and more.


 

https://www.ixl.com/signin/coffeecounty - Includes math and ELA. Wonderful practice for all ages.

 

http://nlvm.usu.edu – Includes math manipulatives.

 

http://resources.oswego.org/games - Includes games for students to practice math concepts.

 

www.eduplace.com/kids/mw – Includes games, manipulatives, brain-teasers, an e-glossary, and a place to work on a data survey.  This website is sorted by grade level.

 

www.hbschool.com/hspmath/na/index.html - Includes lessons and games.

 

www.coolmath-games.com – Includes math games and logic building games.

 

www.mathplayground.com – Includes games and video tutorials that walk kids through many different math concepts.  Also includes interactive word problems.

 

www.storylineonline.net – Presents a variety of celebrities reading children’s literature to students via videos.

 

www.magictreehouse.com – Interactive web site based on the stories.

 

www.seussville.com – The official Dr. Seuss website has games and activities.

 

www.shelsilverstein.com/indexSite.html -Read poems by Shel Silverstein and play interactive games.

 

www.starfall.com – Includes videos, easy readers, and games to help build students’ phonics skills.

 

www.storybird.com – Create online storybooks with art provided by the site. 

 

http://reading.ecb.org/ - Go “into the book” to play games that practice reading strategies.

 

www.funbrain.com - Play games while practicing math and reading skills.

 

www.abcya.com - Practice math and reading skills all while playing fun games.

 

www.kids.nationalgeographic.com – Learn all about geography and fascinating animals through games, videos, photos, and more.

 

http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/littlekids/ - Features games, crafts, recipes, science, videos, and animal information that is great for kids ages 5 and under.

 

www.highligthskids.com –Read, play games and conduct cool science experiments.

 

www.switcheroozoo.com- Watch, listen and play games to learn all about amazing animals!

 

www.pbskids.org- Hang out with your favorite PBS characters while learning.

 


 

PebbleGo K-2 Database: Build research, literacy and basic computer skills with a safe database specifically designed for early learners.  FREE ACCESS THROUGH JULY 28

 

www.PebbleGo.com   username: summer17     password: reads

 

PebbleGo Next 3-5 Database: Upper elementary learners can safely get a more in depth look at topics relating to their school curriculum.    FREE ACCESS THROUGH JULY 28

www.PebbleGoNext.com    username: summer17   password: reads

 

Capstone Interactive eBooks: Access over 5,000 nonfiction and fiction eBooks to continue building fluency, pronunciation and a love for reading.      FREE ACCESS THROUGH JULY 28

www.MyCapstoneLibrary.com    username: gasummer17    password: reads

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