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11 Free Reading Websites for Kids

11 Free Reading Websites for Kids
At Really Good Stuff, we know that teachers and parents have limited time when it comes to finding free, high-quality online resources for their children. When we first published the 11 Free Reading Websites for Kids article, we had no idea the response it would have. In fact, the cry for more resources encouraged us to publish 11 Free Math Websites for Kids. We hope you find this article and the free resources in contains helpful! 11 Free Reading Sites for Kids Free resources are always a teacher’s dream, but when it comes to free sites to use during reading instruction the choices can be few and far between. As always, it is strongly recommended that teachers view the sites before introducing them to their students to make sure the content is appropriate for the grade/age level. Be sure to check out 11 Free Math Websites for Kids and 11 Free Science Websites for Kids too!

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Between the Lions BETWEEN THE LIONS is produced by WGBH Boston, Sirius Thinking, Ltd., and Mississippi Public Broadcasting, and is funded in part bythe Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the U.S. Department of Education's Ready To Learn program, and by the Barksdale Reading Institute. The contents of this Web site were developed under a cooperative agreement, #PRU295A050003, from the U.S. Kindergarten - Tools of the MindTools of the Mind Learning Plans Kindergarten student making her learning plan. At the kindergarten level of Tools of the Mind, children use Learning Plans that serve the same self-regulatory function as Play Plans. Learning Plans allows children to plan the work they will accomplish in the independent activity centers (see photo). Each activity in the center contains a work product the children must produce and place in a folder. Children work in pairs so that their “study buddy” helps them remember what they are going to do, the rules for looking up the answers, and checks to make sure their partner has completed the activity.

Earobics® Each implementation of Earobics® is seamlessly integrated into the classroom to provide effective Common Core based reading instruction that achieves results. With detailed correlations and powerful integration tools, Earobics gives educators a diverse set of tools to support and extend the core program, meet rigorous objectives, and ensure each student receives instruction suited to his or her individual needs. Earobics © 2014 was designed to build student independence with more practice than other leading programs. Reading: Foundational Skills

Everyday Steps to Reading and Writing Did you know that children begin their path to reading as babies when they hear and respond to the sound of a human voice? Literacy—the ability to comprehend and communicate through reading and writing—begins as babies understand your spoken words. Listening, talking, reading, and writing are all parts of early literacy learning—and they’re all connected. On the road to becoming readers and writers, young children need many opportunities to hear and understand spoken language.

Reading Games – Free, Interesting, Online Reading Games for Kids Reading Games Reading Games is a collection of fun online games and activities from Knowledge Adventure, the maker of award-winning educational games. Reading Fun for Kids with Online Reading Games Reading regularly is very beneficial for kids of all ages. How Do I Write…? Scaffolding Preschoolers' Early Writing Skills Introduction During free-choice time, Mrs. Jackson (all names are pseudonyms and vignettes fictional) moves around her preschool classroom. Her students are busy in centers — some engaging in dramatic play, some working in journals, and some drawing animals at the science center. Carmen looks up to Mrs. Jackson as she passes her table and asks, "How do I write snake?"

Elementary Reading Apps and Websites Jump to navigation Updated Privacy Policy Donate Check out what's new in: Bookmark Mrs. Ricca's Kindergarten: Reading Workshop Ideas & Freebies Wow...March has been a busy month! As a student at TC, I've had the opportunity to attend all of the workshops offered by the Reading and Writing Project for free (though if you account for the insane tuition, I wouldn't exactly call it free)! The staff developers - Lucy Calkins, Kathy Collins, Rebecca Cronin, Amanda Hartman, Natalie Louis, Christine Holley - are ALL absolutely fabulous and I'm learning so much from them.

Educational Computer Games and Apps for Kids Make an Experience Book to Build Language Last updated Thursday, March 20, 2014 *The twins are 26 months actual, 24 months adjusted Hi friends! Little Bird Kindergarten