The Indianapolis Public Library / Storytime Online – 100+ Free Video Read Alouds
website offers a myriad of eBooks that teach children alphabet, colors, counting, opposite rhymes. The eBooks include pictures and wonderful images to increase students interest in reading.
Teachers can use this website as a resource for read aloud activities. Teachers play the story and pause to ask question about main ideas.
Teachers ask students to create their own story and share it with their classmates.
Teachers can ask students to recall the story.
14. Story Nory
website includes original stories, classical, fairytales, poems, educational stories, and myth and world stories.
It is a great website resource for instructors teaching diverse students. Stories are narrated and students can follow the reading.
Teachers ask student to work in small groups. Teachers give a story and they should create their own story and present it to the class.
Teacher provides the beginning of the story and students should create an ending using their own imagination. Then students will compare how similar or different is the end of their story with the book.
Teachers can ask students to identify themselves with one of the characters of the story and explain why they choose that character.
15. Short Stories for Children
this website, you can read fairytales, fables, and nursery rhymes for children. It aims to help children learn to read. This website does not have audio.
Teachers can read with students and highlight unknown words. Students can stick the words on the wall dictionary.
Teachers ask students to relate the stories with their personal life and share their thoughts with the class.
Teachers can create a graphic organizer partially answered and ask students to complete the space in blank.
16. Storyline Online
website offers a variety of stories to enhance reading comprehension and reading fluency.
Teachers can teach students how to make predictions about a story. Teachers play the story and ask student what will happen next.
Teachers can mute the story and ask students to say what is happening.
Teachers can turn on and off the narration and ask questions as the story progress.
Teachers ask students what they like the most about the story and why?
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