Resources

Here are some websites that you and your child may enjoy at home:

Epic Books! – Your child will love this collection of books that you can read together or they can have read to them.  It’s epic!

https://www.getepic.com/

Nessy – If your child is struggling to connect all the dots of reading and spelling, this program will help them in a fun way through games.

https://www.nessy.com/us/product/nessy-reading/

Starfall – This is a great site that makes learning feel like play!

https://www.starfall.com/h/

The Scholastic Book Wizard allows you to search for books by Lexile or Guided Reading Level to find a book that is just right for your child.  You can even order these books at discounted prices right here!  Be sure to check with your child’s teacher for their class code.  Ordering with this code will give your child’s teacher points toward purchasing more books for their classroom!

ABCya has lots of fun learning games for your Kindergarten – Fifth Grader.

Looking for a good book that will get the guy in your life excited to read?  Check out Guys Read for lists of great books for guys.  Also, this brother site will read to your reader!  Be sure to check out Guys Listen for an amazing selection of books to listen to.  This is a great way for readers to become better readers, expanding their fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary, plus it’s fun!

Reading Rockets is a great resource for parents and teachers to find ways to support striving readers.

Do you remember Reading Rainbow from when you were a kid?  This website is amazing!  Be sure to check it out.  Children in Kindergarten through third grade will love  Reading Rainbow!  It’s like having a backpack full of great library books.

Beginning readers will love the reading games in Starfall!  Be sure to check it out.

The Pennsylvania Center for the Book offers parents lots of web and print based resources for family literacy.

For Research Projects:  Check out UDLibSearch – a database of on-line resources for elementary, middle school, and high school students.  Search for articles and books on your child’s reading level.  Look for the sound icon for your child to hear the article read aloud.

 

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