Some Great Literacy Websites

Here are some great links to websites that I have found that will be helpful to you and you little ones:

NJ Family Best Way to Teach Kids to Read

Sign language can help improve children’s behavior

Tracing activities for preschoolers – alphabets, numbers, shapes, colors, pictures,….

ABC Printouts – perfect for Kindergarten – There are alphabets to learn to trace, copy and write, pictures to color for each alphabet.

Free educational website that helps teach numbers, potty training, has fun games, coloring pages and online stories.

Great free, easy, fun tutorial website that uses cartoons and sounds to teach sounds of each letter, phonics, letter names, words, letter position, letter repeats, consonants, and vowels and more.

Blog for teachers and parents who enjoy doing art with their kids.  Art is an essential part of a well rounded education.

Free storybooks online to read

Some Parts Are Not For Sharing by Julie K. Federico – story read online

Stories read by actors online – such as “Guji Guji”, “Sebastian’s Roller Skates”, and “Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge

Stories read online, activities, games

A story to read and “Cats Gone Wild” game and more

Website to read books online

Website for magic library online stories and more

Website for online children’s books to read for older children

Website to read, create and share Children’s books online

Website to read the illustrated Classics, novels, poems, short stories and more

Website that has animated story books with music, games, puzzles, art and music, gags, and lots more educational stuff.

Website with lots of nursery rhymes online

More online books listed by title and author

Classics that can be read online

A blog, book reviews, and some books that can be read online

Free e-books for older children

Online e-books that older children and young adults can read.

More free online library of books, classic novels, poems, plays and short stories

Audio recorded books in the public domain.

Evian babies Skating in the Park

Upchucky 1940’s songs Other songs from other eras also available

Giant Encyclopedia of preschool activities for 4 year olds – book of over 600 activities created by teachers for teachers by Kathy Charner and Maureen Murphy.

Serving Brain food for lunch – New generation of bookworms?

Jim Trelease, Author of “The Read-Aloud Handbook” – helping children make books into friends, not enemies.

Website for free books that can be read online

Miss Amy, a singer/songwriter, fitness instructor, music educator, originator of Fitness Rock & Roll and the perpetrator of the Penguin Dance!

Sesame Street with Cookie Monster and other Sesame Street characters.

Sprout, the 24 hour preschool channel parents and kids share together – has videos & music, crafts & coloring, recipes, games and activities

Videos with Songs from Mr. Ray – days of the week

Jukebox music from Mr. Ray

Other great things from Mr. Ray

Star Wars Dance Off – Chewbacca, Darth Vader and others

Sounds of South Park

The Tractor Book on Youtube – a popular title that is sold

Books read and animated online

These are what I have found to be good choices for educational fun.  Please feel free to let me know if you find any ones that I have missed.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Mindi - B.A. Bookworm
    Oct 21, 2009 @ 08:45:22

    Sue, thanks for compiling this list! I can pass a lot of those along to my older children and they will really love that.
    I know of a website that will compliment your list. For the younger crowd I highly recommend Its my daughters favorite.


    • Sue
      Oct 21, 2009 @ 16:28:17

      Thanks for your comments, Mindi. That website is on my list. It is under ABC printouts on the list. That is a great website.


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