For reading specialists, educational therapists, teachers, homeschoolers, and parents.
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Silent Invaders is a free game by BBC that helps students recognize silent letters.
Syllable Factory is a free game by BBC that helps students recognize the number of syllables in words.
Echo Reading is a simple and fun remedial strategy for struggling readers.
Project Gutenberg offers a large selection of free books on tape.
Starfall offers many early reader stories and activities available for free. They also have more resources for a cost.
National Geographic Young Explorer - Allows struggling readers to listen to this magazine for Kindergarten and First Grade while the text is highlighted. They have great topics and images!
Ben Foss at Headstrong Nation, a not for profit organization that is dedicated to serving individuals with Dyslexia, reviews how to turn on Text to Speech for Macs.
Here is a free infographic download.
Dr. Erica Warren offers some free, multisensory strategies on teaching students about lines and angles.
Here is a cute, catchy phonics chant!
Created by The Screen Actors Guild Foundation, Storyline Online offers famous actors and actresses reading some of their favorite children’s books. Each story also comes with a free activity guide.
Read to Me offers popular children’s books that are read by famous performers. There are activity guides with hands-on ideas, discussion questions, and lesson plans too.
Storynory offers a growing collection of original, fairytale, and classic children’s audio stories. Children can follow along with the reader as the text is also included on the site. They offer a new story each week!