ABCYa - Interactive Reading and Spelling Games for Grades K-6+

Arranged by grade level, this site contains a great set of computer-based activities for grades K-6. K & 1st grade have oral direction options.

Achieve3000 Literacy Printable Packets - Differentiated Instruction for Grades K-12

Audible Stories - Free Audiobooks for Kids During School Closures

Authors Everywhere - Read, Draw, Write, and Create Community with Childrens' Book Authors

🌟🆕🌟 Bedtime Stories with Princesses and Heroes

Before bedtime, listen to stories from Princesses and Heroes! Until quarantine is lifted, Party Perfection will be posting stories on their Facebook page around 8:30pm a few nights a week!

Between The Lions - Early Reading for Preschool-1st Grade

IXL English Language Arts

From phonics and reading comprehension to writing strategies and more, IXL helps learners develop the communication skills needed for success in school, college, and career. Organized by grade, from Pre-K through 12th.

Learn to Read with Starfall (Pre-K-3)

PBS Kids Learning Games

PBS Kids' website offers a huge variety of interactive language arts and literacy games - there are reading games, vocabulary games, spelling games, story games, and more! 

Poetry Foundation

Reading Strategies and Activities for Students at Risk for Reading Difficulties, Including Dyslexia (K-6)

ReadWriteThink (K-12)


Storyline Online

Free online streaming video program in which famous actors read children’s books aloud. Includes supplemental instructional materials and reading guides for each book!



Early Bird Books


International Childrens' Digital Library

🌟🆕🌟 National Emergency Library

A collection of over 1.4 million  books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed! 

More resources coming soon - please stay tuned!

This page will continue to be updated as more resources become available.

Please stay tuned for further information!

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