So many ways to read a book!
Explore the links on this page to find all kinds of books with all kinds of stories – something for everyone, hopefully.
Scroll down a little further for a little math, a little coding, a little poetry!
If something isn’t connecting or if you have other questions about how any of these resources work, please
contact Mrs. Cudney (email@example.com)
so that the connections can be updated or your questions can be answered. Thanks.
|STORY READ ALOUD SITES||Picture books you can listen to or read along with!|
|You can just listen or follow along with the text
on this FREE online source of stories at storyonline.net.
See which CELEBRITY READERS you recognize!
|Very short NON-FICTION stories that let you turn the page when you are ready.
Read on your own or click on the to hear the text read for you.
When it asks for your zip code, type in 05408 and click on the blue “save location” button.
|Explore the titles in our new audio eBook collection!
Click on “Booklists” to see how these titles are divided into categories including STEAM, biographies, animals, US history, and Red Clover book connections.
Access 40,000+ eBooks, Audiobooks, Learning Videos, Quizzes and more for K-5 students during the school day hours.
class code: BUB4651
then click on the “student” with your grade level. I won’t be able to tell which of you is reading which book, but I will be able to see which grade is doing the most reading. (Does that sound like a possible competition to you?!)
If your classroom teacher has an epic account, click here to get the code that let’s you get to your personal reading log.
|STORIES IN OTHER LANGUAGES|
|Choose stories written in over 50 different languages including French, Serbian, Swahili, Korean, Farsi and English
on this FREE online source of stories at childrenslibrary.org.
|MATH WEBSITES||Students have unique usernames and passwords for each of the following sites.|
|Happy Numbers||Ask your teacher for your 6 digit class #
and your student password.
|MORE MATH WEBSITES||These FREE math websites offer a way to learn about and practice different math skills just for fun.|
|Study Jams Math offers short videos explaining math topics including:
|CODING SITES||Games and puzzles that help develop coding skills and understanding|
|Click on your last year’s teacher’s name to log-in. We’ll update to the new class lists soon…
Don’t see your teacher’s name? Try some HOUR of CODE activities
|Read poems that will make you laugh
or explore poetry games,
lessons on how to write poetry,
a rhyming dictionary and more!
|Read ridiculous POEMS
or listen to those poems sung as SONGS!
|It’s always nice to have a poem in your pocket!|