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Some links may be only visible at school.

KidReads – All Series – Which book is next in the series you are reading??? FIND OUT!!! Use this site to find the next series book you want to read.

International Children’s Digital Library – A collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world.

StoryLine – Well-known actors read children’s books and videos so that children around the world can be read to with just the click of a Storyline Online video book image.

Storynory – Free audio stories.

Battle of the Books Resources – provides original, in-studio movies of authors and illustrators, and a wealth of multimedia resources on K–12 books to support reading and library activities for all grades and content areas. They provide a set of links to support of WEMTA’s Battle of the Books. Once you click on the direct link (above), you may need to sign-in with your library card before being directed to the resources if you are not at school.

Just Books Read Aloud – 601 Read Aloud Books at your finger tips with no adds or people selling things. There are only childrens’ books on this site!

Lit2Go – Lit2Go is a free online collection of stories and poems in Mp3 (audiobook) format. An abstract, citation, playing time, and word count are given for each of the passages. Many of the passages also have a related reading strategy identified. Each reading passage can also be downloaded as a PDF and printed for use as a read-along or as supplemental reading material for your classroom.

National Geographic Explorer Past Issues

Starfall – a free public service and has been teaching children to read with phonics.

Reading Resources .Net – websites for kids that teach Letter Knowledge, Phonemic Awareness, Alphabetic Principle (Basic & Advanced Code), Fluency, Vocabulary, and Comprehension!

Into the Book – Into the Book is a reading comprehension resource for elementary students and teachers. We focus on eight research-based strategies: Using Prior Knowledge, Making Connections, Questioning, Visualizing, Inferring, Summarizing, Evaluating and Synthesizing. Try the online interactive activities, or click below to find out how to get our engaging 15-minute video programs.

Read Write Think Student Interactivies – Engage your students in online literacy learning with these interactive tools that help them accomplish a variety of goals—from organizing their thoughts to learning about language—all while having fun. – Multimedia resources about fiction and nonfiction books

Selecting Just Right Books Selecting Books for Your Child: Finding ‘Just Right’ Books

Finding Books in the Library

Shelver Game – Learn to arrange books in the correct order on the library shelf.

Order in the Library – Practice arranging books in the library

ABC Ordering

Sight Word ABC Order Online Game from

Paw Park Online Game from

Learning Planet ABC Order Game

Letter Sounds and Sight Words

Sight Words “I have… Who has?” Game

Letter Sounds Activities from

Second Grade

Sight Words Recognition – Spanish Word Toss – Math Man Jr. Addition


Make a Pizza – Fuzz Bugs – Keyboard Zoo – Alphabet BINGO

Fifth Grade

Snail Bob 2 – Rotate & Roll – Use Boxmen – Mini Golf – Mini Train

Third Grade

Mini Golf – Math Man Jr. Addition – Adding Decimals – Fraction Fling

First Grade

Sight Words Recognition – Alphabet Order – Make a Face

Fourth Grade

Use Boxmen – Parts of Speech Quest – Civiballs 2 – Math Ma

Ocean Unit Links –

Animal Research Critter Corner –

Wisconsin wildlife and habitat –

A to Z Animals –! National Geographic Kids – Animals

Pebble GO! – Emergent Readers’ research Database of Animals, Earth & Space, Biographies!

Encyclopedia Brittanica Elementary – General Encyclopedia

Copyright Free/Royalty Free Image Resources for Educational Projects(Check within each site for restrictions on use) U.S. Government Images – Find government photos and images by topic. Some of these photos are in the public domain or U.S. government works and may be used without permission or fee. However, some images may be protected by license or copyright. You should read the disclaimers on each site before using these images. – “The copyright (royalty) free photos available on this site have been made available, free of charge, for any application as you require – web design, graphics, backgrounds, printed images, desktop wallpaper & screensavers. The only exception is that images may NOT be added to other photo libraries (either online or offline) – without written permission from the site owner.”

Copyright Free Audio/Music Resources for Education Projects

Researching Biographies can be a lot of fun. Start out getting general information using: BadgerLink to access Encyclopedia Britannica and Searchasaurus PebbleGo database Other Websites ALA’s Great Websites for Kids – Biography Harcourt Social Studies Biographies website America’s Library – This Web site is brought to you from the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation’s library. Ducksters Biography for Kids Remember to look up if there are websites created by a museum that would have your famous person included in their holdings such as presidential museums, National Civil Rights Museum, native american etc.

General Geography Resource from Wisconsin Media Lab Into the Map –

Resources to Learn Important Items/Concepts Tools

SuperSite from Humboldt Independent School District –

The 14 library teachers of the School District of La Crosse worked together to create the district-wide Growing Readers initiative in 14 buildings for 6000 students and 1000 staff. Over the course of the school year, we focused on three facets of librarianship: advocacy for reading, finding the right books for students, and creating a culture of reading where students can progress as readers. This grassroots project was designed not only to advocate for our libraries but also to create lifelong learners, readers, and library users among all of our students and staff.

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.” Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

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