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March is one of my favorite months at school because it is READING MONTH!  This post will focus on some SUPER reading websites that focus on reading.  There are so many online resources for reading.  These are just a few of the many reading resources available for K-3 readers.

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*  STARFALL*

starfallStarfall is a great free website for students (grades K-2).  There is also a paid version of this website available called, “more.starfall.com.”  The paid version includes many more ebooks and a variety of math and reading activities.  The kids love this website!

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  SUPER WHY

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SuperWhy offers reading games that focus on alphabet skills, word families, spelling, comprehension and vocabulary.  My favorite activity is the SUPER READERS’ CHALLENGE!

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WORD GIRL

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Wordgirl is an amazing resource for strengthening vocabulary skills.  The site offers fun activities, games and stories.  WordGirl’s goal is to enrich young audiences’ vocabulary, close the gap for those who do not grow up in language-rich environments and instill a love of language and foster better reading comprehension.”

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OXFORD OWL

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Oxford Owl Reading has 250 free ebooks. They offer activities and games to help your child with his/her reading at home.  You’ll also find advice from educational experts on many areas including  phonics  and how to help struggling readers.

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  STORYLINE ONLINE

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Storyline Online is a collection of video recordings of children’s stories read by famous actors and actresses.    There are also additional online and offline activities for young readers.  The site is sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild.

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 FUNBRAIN – READING

images-5Funbrain offers free online books for all kinds of readers.  Titles include, “Diary of a Wimpy Kid”  They also offer games and interactive activities.

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 BETWEEN THE LIONS

link_family_logo_bigThis is an oldie but a goodie!  Between the Lions is perfect for Kindergarten & 1st grade  readers.  This site has a variety of activities that strengthen phonemic awareness, fluency, letter ID/Sounds, and vocabulary.  The story section will expose young readers to a variety of texts and new genres.