•   Reading Websites
     
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    Listed below are some of our favorite website links.  The content of these links is not controlled by Loudoun County Public Schools.  While school staff reviews links when they are inserted, the content may change.  Remember that the outside source Web page may link to other pages that have not been reviewed; explore at your own risk.
     

    www.readingrockets.org

    •  This web site is part of PBS.  It has numerous articles and activities to help parents help their children.

    www.pbskids.org

     
    • Many of your children’s favorite PBS show characters have activities to reinforce reading skills.

    www.cbcbooks.org

     
    • This is the website of the Children’s Book Council – a great resource to find quality books for your children.

    www.dawcl.com

     
    • The Database of Award Winning Children’s Literature.

    www.rif.org/parents/

     
    • This is the parent resource section of Reading is Fundamental.

    www.tumblebooks.com

    • This is an online library to help children develop the fundamentals of reading. 

    https://readtheory.org/

    • This site offers online reading activities to strengthen reading comprehension across ages and reading levels.

    www.arbookfind.com

    • This site enables one to search for a book by title, author, or level in order to choose appropriate reading materials for your child. 

    library.loudoun.gov/Default.aspx?tabid=41&yhtab=728_1#bookflix

    • Watch the Story! Read the Book! BookFlix is an online literacy resource that pairs classic video storybooks with related nonfiction eBooks to build a love of reading and learning. BookFlix reinforces early reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.

     www.readingbear.org

    •  This site guides beginning readers through many concepts and vocabulary development while introducing phonetic patterns.

     www.kids.nationalgeographic.com/Stories

    •  This site has stories sponsored by National Geographic that your child can listen to.

     www.reading.ecb.org

    •  This reading comprehension site provides opportunities for students to practice using prior knowledge, making connections, visualizing, asking questions, summarizing, making inferences, and synthesizing.