Each is from a different tribe in Africa. These are illustrated copies and are a nice mix of well known and unusual. Included are Beatrix Potter, Andersen Fairy Tales, Native American folklore as well as other stories and poems. Songs, audio books, lesson plans, songs, and more abound at this fabulous site for young children! The main link is to the reading page, which has 20 stories available for read-a-long in a flash video. Many of these recordings were extravagant Hollywood productions on major record labels and featured big time celebrities and composers of the day. Where does the time go!?!? All are available for free reading online without registration. But will she and her brother be forced to go back to their mom when the war ends? Have students create about characters or the plot.
Text may be several lines or even a full page. All are available for free reading online without registration the ones in blue are available has a nice collection of Beatrix Potter books as well as a few others for online reading and also available in audio. This is split between historical works and Bible stories. As of now, I have listed only one series, but if there is interest I will post up more. All the ones I looked at were flash presentations and also had audio available. Assign small groups of students to present the news each week, using the interactive whiteboard to show others the country and city from which the article originated.
Thank you all for the wonderful ideas with which to replace it! With so many different activities to choose from, it will be easy for the classroom teacher to differentiate. There is an mp3 audio version of each article so students can listen as they read. Willis excels at the cultural and historical dialect while telling the story of Elijah and his community as he eventually learns firsthand about the horrors of slavery that the adults in his life have left behind. List this as a student and parent resource on your classroom website. In addition to the digital collection, there are also featured, donated books. This is one of the reasons why we are always on the move! Share this site on your classroom website or newsletters for students to access at home and to share reading tips with parents. The sound of the animal and of the word are read outloud when the button is pressed.
No audio list is complete without him. Use these stories during class meetings to discuss issues happening in your own classroom. She learns more about herself and Howl than she ever thought possible as she struggles to break the strange enchantment. The next day, invite the student to sit in a special spot and share his or her journal entry with the class. There are also puzzles, games and contests. I thought the music and art section, which combines classical music and art, was a very good idea.
Note: Most of the links here are working, but there are a number that lead to BookRags, which are not free anymore. There are options available for children in every age group. The site includes a section for parents with tips on reading with children and promoting good values. They claim there is over 5 million stories creeated there. For the students who are on a Kindergarten reading level, it is very difficult for them to keep up with the reading pace of many other students in the class. Perennial favorites of the whole family.
Looks like the free books are changed weekly and email updates are available. Scholastic presents several Clifford stories for reading with audio play available. They also have some free audiobook collections listed. If you visit the free worksheets section, you can download and print pages to make books. These appear to be original and unpublished works and most are short stories. Simply click on your grade level K-5 and find what is available under language arts, math, and other subjects. The story features Sophie, a girl who gets changed into an old lady by a witch and must journey to the ever-moving castle in the hills that is the title of the book.
There is a new App called My Story World for ipad. Please let me know in the comments below or at the Google site if you are interested. Thanks to bowhunter1951 for this suggestion. The Junior stories page has books for those just learning to read. My students are on all different reading levels ranging from almost Kindergarten to 5th grade. George Fyler Townsend, and Hans Christian Andersen have retold these tales. I cannot speak highly enough of it.
To find out more information on your local library, the links here may help: Children's eBooks Series Someone asked in the comments here about books in the Peter Pan series and I thought that it would be a good idea to gather together the various locations for the books in a children's series. Featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog, Alice in Wonderland and a couple of others. Click on the book title to hear and see each book read aloud. If you have a question about whether or not a book is appropriate for your kid, leave a question in comments. This collection covers mainly grades K-5 and all subject areas.
Bookmark the site on your classroom computer, and use it as a center during language arts time. Some of these include: , , , , , , and. Check with your administration about whether students can register individually for the site. Free books and other activites for children. There is also a link to the text version of the stories. Free registration is available for extra features, but not necessary to access subjects.
This collection includes classics and contemporary literature. After students' initial reading, use the Resource section, as a study guide and teaching tool. This project will be able to help the struggling readers in my classroom. A nice unusual listing though. Excellent for school or home use. They also feature a section with 10 free books.