Reading Links!Author Jon Scieszka created and funds this site. He has created a web-based literacy program to attract the male readers by recommending books that appeal to boys. The website also has activities and descriptions of books. It does contain a list of the author's works, a mission statement, and information about starting a Guys Read group with the author's permission.Bookhive was designed as a guide to children's literature for K-6 grades. The site has activities, read alouds, and reviews of literature currently in the libraries. Reviews are written by a team of librarians from the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Library who created the site.this is a free reading motivational program for students in grades K-8. Children are encouraged to create booklists and take quizzes to earn points and prizes.ALA.org (Association for Library Service to Children)the American Library Association has created a user friendly site allowing students to read descriptions of the latest (and all) of the Newbery/Caldecott award winning books. The site also contains information for parents and a list of websites to encourage student reading.This site offers new books, book reviews and a newsletter in a fun teen friendly format.Into the Book
Into the Book is a multimedia package designed to improve students' reading comprehension, as well as their ability to think and learn across the curriculum. Based on current research, the project focuses on eight learning strategies:Free Rice
Choose a subject, preferable English:), for each answer you get right, they donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme to help end hinger.
Kid friendly current events, interactive
Interactive using vocabaulary while reading and following directions. Join the Webonauts Internet Academy! It is for fun, and they have to read to get further into Academy.Time for KidsYou don't need to subscribe, click on kid reporters at the top and read new current events!
A Great Way to find what books are in AR http://www.arbookfind.com/