Jim Trelease's Read-Aloud Handbook - Jim Trelease
Hey! Listen to this - stories to read aloud - Edited by Jim Trelease
Read all about it! -Read-alouds, poems and newspapers for preteens and teens - Edited by Jim Trelease
The Read-Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your Kids - Sarah Mackenzie
Honey for a Child's Heart: The Imaginative Use of Books in Family Life - Gladys Hunt
Honey for a Teen's Heart: Using Books to Communicate with Teens - Gladys Hunt and Barbara Hampton
Project Gutenberg - This site has free online children's books in English and other languages.
Go Comics - This site allows children and teens to make their comic strips.
International Children's Digital Library - This site has free online children's books.
Overdrive & Hoopla- These sites allow you to use your library card to check out ebooks and audiobooks.
Scholastic - This site allows you to buy books and support your child's classroom library.
Reading Rockets - This is a great source for teachers, tutors, and parents all about reading.
Colorin Colorado - This website is a great source for parents and children whose first language is not English.
National Geographic Kids - This site has parts of their books that can be read online. There are videos, helpful quizzes, and activities for kids.
Lexercise - This site has a free dyslexia test.
Epic - For a reasonable subscription fee your child can access both fiction and non-fiction ebooks. Each child can have a profile and as a parent, you can select the type of topics your child may be interested.
ABC Mouse - For a reasonable subscription fee your preschooler to 2nd grader can practice writing and reading skills.
Go Noodle - This is great for brain breaks and getting kids physically moving.
*Please note: Limited media time is suggested. Media can be helpful for children but it does not replace parent interaction through read aloud. Currently research shows this to be true.