MaterialsHere you will find word lists, flash cards, and reproducible pages to help your child practice his or her reading fluency.220 Dolch Word Lists Preprimer-3rd Grade
Kindergarten Alphabet Linking Chart Help your child learn his or her letter names and sounds.
Make Your Own Game Cube for Words or Sounds Create and personalize your own game dice for reinforcement!
Blank Game Board-Spaceship Create your own game for letter or word learning!
Fix-up Strategies Book Mark This bookmark will help you guide child into self-action when he or she is stuck on a "tricky word" (it's also a great reminder for them!).Learning WebsitesTime for KidsRead about current events.ScholasticRead stories, meet authors and play gamesStoryline OnlineHave some of your favorite stories read to you by movie stars!!
HighlightsRead, play games, and conduct science experiments!Star Fall
Practice your phonics skills with these read-along stories.Website Word Games and Activities
This website provides fun and free vocabulary iPad Apps/Games for school!
http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/construct/ This link will bring you to a game site where your child can generate and build words using word patterns/families.http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/wordsandpictures/index.shtml This site has phonics games and printable sheets!http://freeology.com/graphicorgs/ On this website, you can access numerous graphic organizers, from character profiles to Venn Diagrams to story mapping! Graphic organizers are a great way to lay out information and assist with comprehension. All files are in PDF and open in a separate window.
Parent Help Sites
These sites provide articles, suggestions, work pages, and parent blogs for helping your child learn!http://www.understood.org/en This website is designed to help parents whose children, ages 3- 20, are struggling with attention and learning issues. Their goal is to help parents understand their children's issues and relate to their experiences, so that parents can make effective decisions, with teacher support and guidance, for their children. There are many topics and parent forums here. For example, if you have concerns about Dyslexia, follow the links below:http://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/signs-symptoms/could-your-child-have/im-concerned-my-child-might-have-dyslexia-now-whatReading Horizons is another website dedicated to helping students learn to read, from ELL to the struggling reader and that offers support for parents via webinars, articles, and blogs. The informal screening presented here is NOT a diagnosis of dyslexia but can be used to assist in identifying charactersitics of dyslexia and may identify the need for further assessment and reading support.http://www.readingrockets.org/article/reading-tips-parents-11-languages This link will connect you to Reading tips ranging from Babies to Third Grade. It also provides this information in 10 other languages. On this same link, you can also access tips for Speech and language difficulties, ADHD, and more...
Last Modified on December 4, 2018