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Use these links to encourage students to read and listen to stories on the web.
This is a library of Streaming Video stories that are hosted by Mrs. P (Mimi from the Drew Carey Show). The target audience is kids from 3-12. She sits in front of a fire in her "Magic Library" where viewers are treated to an introduction to the story which is then told through pictures and videos. Choose from the bookshelves behind her to begin reading a book.
The Screen Actors Guild is the sponsor of this site that brings stories alive to students through the use of streaming video. Each book includes lesson ideas and is read by actors such as Lou Diamond Phillips reading the
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Based on the TV show, this site for young learners offers games, printables and videos. The real value in this site is in the ability for students to create their own stories. Check out the Story Podcasts.
Free audio stories for children to download.
This site is aimed at the emerging reader. It provides online guided reading stories, lesson plans and interactive games that can be used on a Smart board.
This site helps emerging readers to read, identify and spell sight words.
Listen to Fables, Nursery Rhymes and other favorites.
Podcasts of fairy tales and folklore. Subscribe to this through itunes or with any Podcatcher.
Preschool, Kindergarten and ELL students can listen to stories in English and Spanish.
Starfall is a great site to use with beginning readers and English Language Learners.
The International Children's Digital Library offers interactive books in a wide variety of languages.
Looky Book offers interactive picture books.
This site is aimed at the older reader. Find classic stories such as The Scarlet Letter and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. The story is available as both an audio file and a web page that shows the text.
From the British Library - view books that were printed as long ago as 868 A.D. It includes Medevial works, Renaissance books, as well as Mozart's musical diary. This interactive site allows you to turn the pages and read the words or have it read to you.
Link to thousands of newspapers online.
This is a terrific site that uses Google Earth to help students read and learn more about literature. The site is divided by K-5, 6-8, 9-12 and Higher Ed.
This site helps studnts to map literary elements.
Find summaries, analysis, themes and characters in literature.
Share what you are reading. This Scholastic site gives students the opportunity to write and read book reviews. The reviews are catagorized by genre or grade level K-12.
High Frequency Words for Kindergarten.
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