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    Dyslexia Awareness in LCPS
    Resources and strategies to support students with dyslexia, including guides, read aloud library, and more

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    With 5 different reading levels, students can read daily news articles at a level that’s just right for them
     
     

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    Simplifies reading challenging words by using the tool to paste sentences or paragraphs into the Rewordify window to create an easier version with highlighted text that can be read aloud.

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    Storyline Online
    Listen to stories read by Screen Actors Guild members and follow along with the text.
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    This multimedia reading initiative provides a wealth of free research-based reading resources for parents and educators of children from preschool through grade 3.
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    Variety of reading resources including student interactives, lesson plans, videos, printables, and more.
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    Free accessible books on a wide range of topics that can be customized and read online with text to speech. or downloaded and saved as PowerPoint or ePub files. An interactive book creator is also available.
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    Loudoun County Public Library
    Extensive collection of ebooks and audiobooks available to Loudoun County residents who have a library card.

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    TumbleBooks
    TumbleBookLibrary, TumbleBookCloud, and Biblioteca TumbleBook have online books for K-12 students with illustrations, animations, audio, video, and more. Lesson plans, quizzes, games, and book report templates available for many titles. LCPS students and staff can access these books through LCPS GO.
     
     

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Last Modified on January 21, 2021