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Updated 6-7-16

Collaborative reading

  1. Prism–web or mobile; students read and highlight critical areas, which are shared with the teacher


Free ebooks

  1. Gutenberg Project
  2. MeeGenius
  3. Open Library


  1. My Journal
  2. Penzu

Lesson Plans

  1. Common Core-aligned lesson plans


  1. Bookopolis
  2. International Library
  3. Mighty Book
  4. One More Story
  5. Open Library
  6. RAZ Kids–wide variety of reading levels, age groups, with teacher dashboards
  7. Tumblebooks (fee)
  8. Unite for books (free) — gorgeous, easy-to-navigate site.


  1. Newsela–offers non-fic at 5 different reading levels

Reading Games

  1. MightyBook
  2. Teach Your Monster to Read

Reading Skills

Read Stories

  1. Aesop Fables—no ads
  2. Aesop’s Fables
  3. Audio stories
  4. Childhood Stories
  5. Classic Fairy Tales
  6. Fairy Tales and Fables
  7. Listen/read–Free non-fic audio books
  8. Magic Keys–stories for youngers
  9. PBS Stories–Between the Lions
  10. Signed stories
  11. Starfall
  12. Stories read by actors
  13. Stories to read for youngsters
  14. Stories to read from PBS kids
  15. Stories to read–II
  16. Stories—MeeGenius—read/to me
  17. Stories—non-text
  18. Story Scramble
  19. Ziggity Zoom Stories

3 Responses to Reading

  1. Jacqui

    Tappy Alphabet–coming soon

  2. Margo Edwards

    Please check out this new site:
    The site contains a variety of free printable resources, carefully designed to facilitate learning at home and in the classroom, Features include:
    – Lists of Fry and Dolch sight words!
    – Flash Cards in a variety of sizes!
    – 12 fully customizable Games, such as Bingo and Snakes & Ladders!
    – Clear and concise sight words teaching techniques, complete with “how-to” videos!

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