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.
That bring delight to learning
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.
Project Gutenberg offers a large selection of free books on tape.
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.
Starfall offers many early reader stories and activities available for free. They also have more resources for a cost.
For reading specialists, educational therapists, teachers, homeschoolers, and parents.
Here is a cute, catchy phonics chant!
Echo Reading is a simple and fun remedial strategy for struggling readers.
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!
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!
Free Parent Guide from www.SchwabLearning.org
Here is a free infographic download.
Dr. Erica Warren offers some free, multisensory strategies on teaching students about lines and angles.