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Community Club Firefighter Level A, Community Club What happens when the fire alarm rings? Early readers will follow along with images and audio as a firefighter races to work. Librarian Librarians love to read, too, as early learners will find out in this read-along book about life at the library. Mayor What’s it like to be a mayor? Pediatrician Listen and read along as a pediatrician describes how she takes care of children in this interactive book for early learners. Pizza Maker Dough, sauce, and cheese combine to make a delicious pizza pie in this fun early-learner read-aloud about being a pizza maker. Police Officer A police officer’s most important duty is keeping people safe, as early readers will learn through the words, images, and audio in this interactive book. Utility Worker Follow along with images and sounds as a utility worker climbs down into manholes and up high on electric poles in this exciting read-aloud book. Veterinarian Animals Animal Moves Level A, Animals Level B, Animals

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Free Online Young Adult Novels 7 Days in November by Grant Cravens13 on Halloween (Shadow Series #1) by Laura A.H. Arousing Love, a teen novel by M.H. StromAspeans The Invasion by Roy Dias [Young Adult / Science Fiction] Become by Ali Cross [Young Adult / Paranormal / Romance] Bedful of Moonlight by Raven HeldBeyond by Maureen A. Miller [Romance / Science Fiction]

Reading Goes Digital – 6 Ways Technology Enhances Reading Practices — Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Over the past several years, we at Subtext have talked to and observed teachers in schools at all different stages of technology integration. While some teachers have class sets of iPads or Chromebooks, others have only a few classroom computers, or access to a school computer lab. Despite these differences, we would submit a simple principle that helps teachers be successful in their efforts: When literacy instruction goes digital across the curriculum, reading can be transformed as it becomes more impactful, engaging, and effective for students. Here, we’ll share what this looks like when technology extends 6 tried-and-true reading practices, whether your classroom is fully digital or just exploring technology. Highlighting Becomes Metacognitive

Inkless Tales: Stories Make your OWN story!! Story Sparkers HERE Kids: Like these stories? Try some of your own! Free eBooks to read at home! Everyone deserves a rest when they're at home but it’s also important for children to keep up with their reading practice if they can. To help make reading fun at home, we're providing FREE eBook access for teachers, parents and children to a range of Bug Club eBooks! No sign-up, no login, no fuss. Anyone can take part! 1. Pick the relevant reading level from the selection on the right. How to Improve Reading Comprehension with Apps September is national literacy month. For the past ten years, U.S. illiteracy rates have remained troublingly high. According to a study conducted by the U.S. Beantime Stories On warm, sunny afternoons, you're likely to find children knocking on the door of Tippity Witchet's windmill house asking her to tell them a Beantime Story. Tippity is always happy to see them. She invites the children to pick ripe jellybeans from her garden to eat while she tells her tales. You should find a comfy place to sit and join them to hear some of their favorite stories.

A List of Free audio books for kids Audio story books are a great means of improving learners reading and listening skills. There are several website resources now offer free audio materials but not all of them are free. To look for quality audio books that are free can take you a lot of time and energy.

Reading Comprehension Worksheets and Printables: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Holida... abcteach features over 1,000 multi-page reading comprehension activities. These include biographies, history lessons, and introductions to important concepts in social studies, science, holidays, and more. Fictional stories are also available, providing students with fun and imaginative scenarios to explore.

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