Aesop's Fables - Online Collection - 656+ fables - Inkless Tales: Stories Make your OWN story!! Story Sparkers HERE Kids: Like these stories? You can DO it. You don't need much to get started with a story. Just your imagination. Like paper, and something to write with: Maybe something to draw with, too. Here are some idea starters: Ask yourself some questions: Where did the balloons come from? Where are they going? Who belongs to the balloons? Is there a problem? Here are some starter questions: Did this boy get what he wanted? Idea starters: What is this girl feeling? Idea starters: Not all stories are made-up. Maybe there are things you are interested in, or things you know about, like seahorses, dinosaurs, or dogs, that would make a good story. You are much more interesting than you might think you are! If YOU are excited about something, it is easy to get someone ELSE excited about it, too. Story Sparkers, here >>>>
Easy English news, short news, English story, reading skills for you Folk Tales and Fables Come play again later! Come play again tomorrow! LibriVox Decodable passages - FreeReading From FreeReading Decodable passages are short stories that can be read by a student who knows: How to sound out regular words, and The 30 irregular words taught in the Irregular Word sequence. Many decodable stories included in commercial reading programs are redundant and lack the authenticity of a real reading experience. We have tried to create stories that are more authentic as well as being 100% decodable. That means you can discuss the meaning of the story after reading it, building your students' comprehension skills. FreeReading includes activities to introduce students to reading connected text (see Reading connected text accuracy (passage)) and to help students become fluent in reading connected text (see Reading connected text fluency (passage). Select a story from:  Passages to practice letter combinations We also have a selection of stories that provide practice for students who have learned the letter combinations (such as sh, oo).
Tiny Texts | Read, listen & learn a littleEnglish Fun Activities for Teaching Rhyming Words to Preschoolers: A Lesson Plan written by: Keren Perles • edited by: Sarah Malburg • updated: 3/2/2012 Looking for some fun activities for teaching rhyming words? You've come to the right place! Knowing how to rhyme is an important skill, and you can even begin teaching it to preschoolers with this lesson plan. Preschool Lesson Plans Looking for some fun preschool lesson plans that will engage your students? ReadAnyBook.com – online reading for free. Songs & Poems Seasons Special Days Animals Vegetation Food Family & Friends Language Arts Math At School Poetry Collections I Love You by Dan Lukiv Other Note: All efforts have been taken to give credit to the authors of these songs and poems.
Free Audiobooks and eBooks - Librophile Nursery Rhyme Activities for Preschool This Nursery Rhyme Activities Theme page is filled with preschool activities and ideas for all areas of your classroom- enough to get you started on a one or two week theme! There are so many Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Rhyme Activities for preschool! Contact me if you have some preschool lesson plans that you'd like me to add to this preschool theme! You can either scroll down through this page to see each of the Nursery Rhymes or click each link below to go to the specific Nursery Rhyme Activities section for each rhyme. Looking For a Fairy Tales Theme? Baa Baa Black Sheep Nursery Rhyme Activities Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes sir, yes sir, Three bags full; One for my master And one for the dame, And one for the little boy Who lives down the lane. Cotton Ball Painting Materials Needed: black paint, white contruction paper, cotton balls, pincher clothes pins, googly eyes, glue The children use the clothes pins to hold the cotton balls. Add cotton balls and straws to your block area.