Kindergarten / Reading / websites

Weekend Website #119: 4 Great Website to Teach Letters

Helping munchkins learn their letters is one of the most frustrating–and rewarding–tasks in Kindergarten. Te ability to decode words leads to the vastness of the universe available through reading. If you’ve every met someone who can’t read, you know first hand the pain and embarrassment that dogs them every day in a world where literacy … Continue reading

Reading / websites

42 Great Story Websites You’ll Love

Check out our latest addition of great websites–Stories. There are 45 websites for grades K-5, everything from audio to international to write your own. Enjoy! Aesop Fables—no ads Aesop Fairy Tales Aesop’s Fables Childhood Stories Classic Fairy Tales Comic Creator Edutainment games and stories Fables and Fairy Tales Fables–Aesop, beautiful Fables–Aesop, nicely done Fairy tales … Continue reading

K-5 Tech training / Reading

Read Across America Day

Many people in the United States, particularly students, parents and teachers, join forces on Read Across America Day, annually held on March 2. This nationwide observance coincides with the birthday of Dr Seuss. Here are some great reading websites for students K-5: Aesop Fables—no ads Aesop’s Fables Audio stories Childhood Stories Classic Fairy Tales Comic … Continue reading

Kindergarten / Reading / websites

Weekend Website #119: 5 Great Website to Teach Letters

Helping munchkins learn their letters is one of the most frustrating–and rewarding–tasks in Kindergarten. Te ability to decode words leads to the vastness of the universe available through reading. If you’ve every met someone who can’t read, you know first hand the pain and embarrassment that dogs them every day in a world where literacy … Continue reading

first grade / free tech resources / Kindergarten / Parent resources / Reading / websites

17 Story Sites for First and Second Grade

This is my list of websites students can use when we’re studying story-telling, fables and myths. This list includes sites where students can read stories, have stories read to them and create their own. I pick 3-4, post them on our internet start page for a week or two, and then change the list. If … Continue reading