Web-Based Reading and Writing Resources:
- Start With A Book from Reading Rockets ( http://www.startwithabook.org/) This is a great website for parents to explore ways to engage with your child about reading and learning.
- MyOn Digital Library (www.myon.com/login) Loaded with tons of high-interest digital books. The books also have an audio read aloud feature...great for kids who are reluctant readers!
- Kid Lit TV: https://kidlit.tv/ Fun website with book trailers, videos, podcasts, and more all centered around great children’s literature. Highly recommend!
- EPIC! www.getepic.com: Ask your child's classroom teacher for information on how to access this site for free due to school closures. There is usually a monthly fee. A fantastic digital library at your child’s fingertips that includes many popular books and series.
- Biblionasium: https://www.biblionasium.com/#tab/content-spring-selections This is a safe, social reading community for kids. We did not use this in school this year, but there are some parent resources that can help you identify appropriate books for your child.
- Storyline: http://www.storylineonline.net/ Free! Popular picture book read alouds by celebrities.
- Storyjumper: http://www.storyjumper.com/ - An online resource for creating your very own book!
- Scholastic Story Starters: http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/story-starters/ Fun generator for story ideas.
- Storybird: https://storybird.com/: From the website... Storybird is a unique language arts tool. We use illustrations to inspire students to write stories , and our standards-based writing curriculum engages students with age-appropriate video tutorials, writing challenges, quizzes, and more.
Last Modified on March 23, 2020