browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.


Update 4-17-18

  1. Insert Learning–chrome app; embed questions, discuss
  2. Read&Write–for Google Chrome, students write their own content and save as PDFs, share, add more than text
  3. Readorium–help with science reading

Close Reading

  1. Actively Learn
  2. Raz-Kids
  3. Snap! Learning

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. Open Library


  1. Penzu

Lesson Plans

  1. Common Core-aligned lesson plans



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

Reading Games

  1. MightyBook
  2. Teach Your Monster to Read

Reading Skills

Read Stories

Reading Resources

  1. Audio books—free—Project Gutenberg
  2. Biblionasium–curate independent book reading lists
  3. CommonLit–make reading interactive with classes, questions, and more
  4. Curriculet–embed questions, quizzes, annotations into reading text; includes library of books (somewhat like Subtext)/ fee
  5. Free eBooks–classic and contemporary
  6. Great Reading Games–national reading competition sponsored by Reading Ally
  7. Inanimate Alice–ongoing digital novel, an interactive multimodal fiction, relating the experiences of Alice and her imaginary digital friend
  8. Learning Ally–online books read by people!
  9. MackinVia–manage and share reading resources
  10. Poetry sites—lots of them
  11. Readorium
  12. Rewordify–rewrite text to suit different reading levels
  13. Snap! Learning–promotes close reading and guided reading

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!

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.