Lost Stories Forgotten Rhymes | Game Goo

Google Lit Trips | Poptropica | WhiteBoard Games | The Literacy Shed | Brown Girl Dreaming Resources

What Should I Read Next? | Bookwink | Literature-MapGuysRead.com | YourNextRead (click Children) | Book Adventure | Bookhive | BookBrowse | Bookseer | ReadKiddoRead | A Book & a Hug  | Jr. Library Guild trailers and booktalks | WhatShouldIReadNext? | ATN Reading Lists | BookTalk | Weber County Library | Massachusetts Children's Book Award | National Book AwardsBook Readings | StorySnoops | Talestoldtall | Series and Sequels | Essential books for kids to read | BiblioNasium  is the social network students in grades 4 – 12 can use to set up virtual bookshelves and keep track of what they’ve read, what they like, and what they plan to read. Students will read more consistently when they connect with friends to share and recommend their favorite books. English, ELL, and Reading teachers will appreciate the inclusion of Lexile ranges. Grades 4-12. | LitPick provides free electronic books to students in grades 4-12. Students take on the role of a book critic, reading books, developing and posting reviews anonymously on the Litpik site where other students can read them. Members can also participate in the Litpik threaded discussion forum with authors, publishers, publicists, and parents who are interested in learning about YA literature.
Videos | Lane Smith | More Lane Smith | Neil Gaiman reading The Graveyard Book | 
Podcasts | Let's Get BusyBookcasts | Just One More Book | Neil Gaiman on Coraline | HarperCollins Books | Lemony Snicket, Gail Carson Levine & others | RH Author Chats | Book Trailers & Author Interviews |

Reviews | ReadKiddoRead | Bookhive | Bookwink | also see bottom of page | Dolly Gray Award for Children's Literature in Developmental Disabilities | Select Bibliography of Children's Books about the Disability Experience | Playing by the Book | The Tea Box

Literacy Sites 
A Series of Unfortunate Events | Activity Guides | American Folklore | American Girl Books | Anagrams | Anagrams | Anansi WebQuest | Angelina Ballerina
American Sign LanguageASL University
Arthur | Arthur | Arthur 
Audiobooks | see also ebooks & "Online Free Books" below | Epic-free audiobooks for educators | Just Books Read Aloud | Read to MeLit2Go (MP3) | The Story Home | Speakaboos | Storyline OnlineStorytime for Me | Listen and Read | Loyal Books | MeeGenius |  MightybooksExcellent Sites for Young Minds: Reading | Storynory | Bookshare | Accessible Book Collection | LibriVox | Classic Audio Books | BookBox-hear stories read in many other languages! | 
Children's Storybooks Online Starfall Storyplace | Online Audio Stories | Big Universe Online Talking Stories: |  | Mrs. P Books Should Be Free | OxfordOwl | Unite for Literacy | Open Culture | Librophile |

Authors | scroll to bottom of this page
Awards-see also Caldecott below | Ben Franklin | Boston Globe-Horn Book | Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books | Science Books & Film |  Charlotte Zolotow | International Reading Association | Jefferson Cup | Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry | Outstanding Science Trade Books | Parents Choice | Sydney Taylor | Coretta Scott King Resource Center | 
Berenstain Bears | Between the Lions 
Book Adventure | Bookworm | Braille | Calliope: Muse of Eloquence | Charlotte's Web | Classics  | Contractions Game | Cyberguides 
Autobiographies 
Biographies for Boys 
Bibliographies | Children as Writers of Letters
Book-General  | Evolution of Medieval Book | Book Arts Gallery | Making Books | Beacon Street Girls | Create books on Line w/ Realebooks | 
Book Clubs | National Geographic | Book Adventure 
Classics-Greek & Roman | Classic Children's Stories 
Booklists | EconKids
Bookmarks | 
Bookplates | For Home Libraries
Books based on Movies | Based on the Book | Books to Movies, a Booklist 
Books for or about Students with Learning Disabilities | Main Characters w/ LD | for Readers on the Autism Spectrum | Picture Books about People w/ Challenges/Disabilities | Project Enable Books
Book Talks | Bookwink | Scholastic | Nancy Keane | Reading Rockets | AuthorTube | 
Book Trailers http://www.timeforkids.com/homework-helper/punctuation-practice/rules/9721| Pinterest | Book Trailers for All
Braille, Large Print & Text to Speech Audio BooksBookshare.org | 
Caldecott Award Winners | Art Medium | ALA Caldecott page | Caldecott Connections | Teaching Caldecott Winners | Caldecott Illustrations Lesson Plans | TimelineThe Caldecott Game |
Character Education | Absolutely Whootie-Stories w/ Values or Ethics | Aesop's Fables | Character Critters | see also Teacher page 
Chinese Children's Literature | Fables | Tea StoriesDragon Unit & Bibliography
Chronicles of Narnia | Interactive Site
Cinderella Stories | Sites | By Continent | Booklist 
Classics | Classics for Young People | Readprint.com
Commas  | Grammarly Handbook | Rules for Comma Usage | Oxford Dictionary | Pinterest Board | Purdue Owl | Time for Kids | 
Creation Stories  | 
Creation Myths |  Creation Myths from around the World | Creation Myths 
Crossword Puzzle Helper
Curious George | Celebrate Reading w/ Curious George
Dear America 
Diagramming Sentences | Diagramming Sentences 
Digital Storytelling & Cartooning | Top 50 from Tech & LearningAnimasher-allows you to make animations and to animate the pictures. | Animata-you can create animations and backgrounds. | Animoto-lets you create your videos less than a minute. You just add your photos, choose music and add your text. Animoto does the rest. | BigUniverse-You can read a book online or you can create your own and publish it. | Bookr-you create online books using Flickr pictures. you can decide on the number of the pages and embed it or send the link to others. |BubbleJoy-allows you to place yourself inside an interactive video greeting card that you can send to others. | Bubblr-create your comic strip with Flickr pictures and add bubbles to tell your story! | BubbleSnaps-lets you add bubbles to your pictures and create slide show. |  Comic Creator from ReadWriteThink | | Comic Master-fun site for digital storytelling that has a drag-and-drop interface | DandeLife-you can keep record of the events of your past and present. You can add videos and pictures. It’s a great timeline and a online journal! | 
FlipSnack   Flipsnack is an application used to convert PDF files into a flipping book that is easy to use. Simply upload a PDF file, customize the book, and share. The online flip books are designed to resemble regular print books. You can choose a classic, hardcover, coil, or interactive flip format for your book, as well as a book size. Color options for the cover and background are also offered. Finished flip books can be published privately or publicly and edited at any time. The final flip book is attractive and professional-looking. Books can be shared on Facebook and Twitter or emailed and embedded with a watermark. Grades K-12.  Tip: Students can combine reports or creative writing with pictures and graphics to create flip books that can be shared with parents.Imageloop- lets you create slide shows with different animations, skins, transitions. You can add music, create a guestbook and embed it. |  Inklewriter encourages your budding novelists to create their very own interactive e-book. Not only is it easy to use, but the tool allows the writer to branch the story. Authors can even add levels of control by adding conditional markers. For example, a reader may not be allowed to access a part of the story until another part has been explored.  | Jux This site—with lots of asymmetry and unique imagery—looks like something out of a museum of modern art. The site isn’t very large, as it is primarily a tool for creating dynamic presentations. However, the pages that do exist are easy to use. The content creation tools in particular are fun and don’t require much of a learning curve.  myHistro  My histro provides a venue for stories displayed on maps. Watch and read thousands of fascinating timelines, or create your own complete with text, video, and pictures to create a dynamic timeline mashup. Use professionally developed maps or have students develop their own working collaboratively or individually. Export maps in a variety of formats including .csv, .klm, and pdf for offline viewing or embed them on your website, blog, or wiki for easy access. Grades 4-12. Tip: Use myhistro to tell stories that include what, when, and why across curriculum areas and grade levels that work like a dream on your interactive presentation surface. | MyStorybook  gives you blank pages that you can create your story on. For each page, you can write your text, add pictures from your computer or from the tool’s gallery. You can also draw and add items on your pages. You can add as many pages as you like or delete them. When you are done, you can share the link with others. Our students can create their stories on different topics, teachers can create the stories that students can read and answer some questions or do some role-play activities. Students can create a traditional story using the pictures that they have drawn or with the pictures from the gallery.
 Our Story - Create your story! Our Story permits users to develop and save collaborative timelines that can be personalized with annotations, photos, and videos. Stories (timelines) can be printed in book format, archived on DVD, or even sent as postcards. | Phrasr-you write anything you want and it finds images that match with each of your word. You can send the links to others. | Powtoon  allows for the creation of web-based presentations that include animated videos and amazing content. Powtoon is ideal for those seeking a nice alternative to more traditional presentation tools. Simple to use, it makes creating engaging, interesting, and exciting animated videos extremely easy. Users can create and show presentations straight from the Powtoon site, or opt for the export to Youtube option, or even download a MP4 video format for use offline. Grades: K-12 |  Recite This! Recite This is where you can go to "Turn a Quote into a Masterpiece." Pick a quote from literature, a movie, a mentor, teacher, or create of your own, choose a template, and voila, you have created a gorgeous quote with Recite This. A wonderful resource for bulletin boards, classroom walls, door decorating contests, Power Point and other online based presentation tools. Grades K-12. | Seussville Storymaker is a cool story maker that is featuring the characters from Horton. You don’t need to sign up or download anything to use this tool.  Simply go to the website, write your name and

 title, then choose your scene, music, characters and write your dialogues for each scene. When you are done, you can watch your customized story. Slideshare-lets you upload your powerpoint presentations and share it with others. You can add podcast to your ppts as well. You can embed it. It’s also a great site for improving yourself. There are good ppts ready for you to learn and get inspired. | Storybird- Everyone can become an author now using Storybird. The illustrations are beautiful and inspiring; use them to write a story yourself or join with friends and family to write a book about anything. A sign-in is needed to keep track of your stories. Imagination is needed to create them! | Storyrobe is an exciting new digital storytelling application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Storyrobe lets you tell create digital stories using images and video from your camera or photo library. You can use the built in microphone, or any 3rd party microphone to create audio recordings with photos and videos. Use Storyrobe to tell, share, and add to others stories creating a Storyrobe™. Download it today from the app store. | StoryTools - 50+ Ideas for Web 2.0 ways to tell a story. | Story Creator for Myths & Legends | Storyjumper-an excellent site for digital storytelling that has lots of educational resources for teachers | Slide-you can create your slide shows with different skins, animations and transitions. You can also create guestbooks for your sites. It allows embedding. | Toondoo | Create your own comic books! | TopTenTools Digital Storytelling Sites | Voicethread- is the most famous digital storytelling tool. You add pictures or your videos and let others comment on it. | Voki-is a site where you can create your speaking avatar. You can record your voice, or you can use text to speech.| Writeboard-is a shareable web based text that shows you every edit and let you go back anytime. It’s a great tool for collaborative storytelling. | ZimmerTwins-the best way to create your digital cartoon and tell a story with it. I’m sure you and your students can create wonderful cartoons. | Zooburst-3D- pop-up books!280slides-Create your beautiful slide shows and share them with the world. | All about Digital Storytelling | Stage'D - A great-looking site for creating animated comics! | Make Beliefs Comix - A wonderful site with lots of options to choose from -- it even lets users create comics in Spanish.Super Hero Squad Show - A fun site for kids to make comics off of their favorite Marvel super hero. | Chogger - A nice site for creating a comic, with the ability to create a drawing from scratch. | Comic Creator - From Read Write & Type, a easy/simple to use comic creator that is nice to use with the younger kids.Witty Comics - A comic creation site that focuses more on creating text more then anything else.

eBooks | International Children's Digital Library | Digital Book Index | Bartleby | Electronic Text Center | Online Books Page | Project Gutenberg | Bibliomania | Internet Public Library | National Academy Press | Rare Books Online | Open LibraryRare Books on the Web |eLibrary Research(subscription after 7 day trial) | WeGiveBooksEnglishclub.com | 8 Places for free ebooks |  see also "Online Free Books" below
English Language Learners | Free Rice-definitions
Fables  |  The Aesop for Children (interactive) | Aesop's Fables | Aesop's Fables | The Color | Four Fables |
Fairy Tales |   Andersen Fairy Tales | Brothers Grimm | Brothers Grimm by StoryNory | Brothers Grimm by SurLaLune | Grimm's original on Google Books | Grimm's with Flash animation | eTexts for Young Readers | Fairy Tales | SurLaLune Fairy Tales  | Fractured Fairy Tales bibliographyHansChristian Andersen's Fairy Tales | Norwegian | Romanian | Fairy Tales w/ lessons from Scholastic | Hotlist | World of Tales | Snow White
Fakeout-Word Definition Game | Snow White Versions | Variations-great list! | Web English Teacher | WebQuest (grades 4& 5) 
Fantasy | Science Fiction & Fantasy Database | 
Fiction | Fiction Finder | BookTalk | Fanfiction.net | Fantastic Fiction | 
First Lines | Kidderlit | 
Flat Stanley | Project
Folklore | American | ETexts | Kaffir (Xhosa) | 
Folk Tales | Aaron's World of Stories | American Folk Lore | Pitara's Treasury | A Tale to be Told-WebQuest | Chinese Folktales | Japanese | Japanese Myths & Modern TalesMyths, Folktales and Fairytales | Old Japanese Tales | Folk Legends of Japan | Folktales w/ lessons from Scholastic |Whootie Owl's Stories to grow by | Folk Tale Unit | Web English Teacher | World of Tales | 
Genres | Books in Bloom:A Garden of Genres | Genre Labels | Genre List | Literary Genres | Genre Lists | Definitions | 
Ghost Stories | Goldenbooks 
Grammar | Grammaropolis |  Fun Grammar GamesGrammar Bytes | Daily Grammar | Adjective Detective | Grammar Games | Grammar Gorillas | Grammer NinjaGrammar Rock | Humorous Grammer | Big Dog's Grammar | Parts of Speech Quiz | NoRedInk | Road to Grammar |   Schoolhouse Rock Lyrics | Grammar Practice Park | Lessons & Songs | Songs for Teaching Grammar
Graphic Novels | No Flying No Tights Sidekicks 
Haiku | Haiku | Children's Haiku Garden | Haiku Intro 
Hardy Boys | Henry Builds a Cabin | 
Harry Potter | Pottermore |Multimedia Resources | MuggleNet | The Leaky Cauldron-HP News | Harry Potter Interactive Site | Scholastic's HP | HP Network | Hagrid's Hut | HP Sites | HP Lexicon & Timeline | HP Games Index | HP Home Page | HP Movie Trailer | HP Fans  | Quiz | What to Read after Harry | (see also "Fun Sites" page) 
Homophone Zone 
Kamishibai | Kid's Place | Kids Who Read | 
History of Children's Lit | Facsimiles | Social History | 
Historical Fiction | Historical Fiction for Children by Civilization & Country | Curriculum sites by time period | Why & How to Teach with Historical Fiction | Scott O'Dell Award |
Holocaust Children's Literature Database
Homophones & Homonyms | Video | Homophone Machine | Homonyms | Worksheets | Match Game
Illustrations | Picturing Books 
Intervention | FreeReading 
Journalism | Create Your Own Newspaper | Introducing Students to Newspapers | Create a Classroom Newspaper | Classroom Newspaper Template | Newsinary | NeuseumThe Historical NY Times-Civil War Years | Lesson Plan | Create Your Own News |Current Events Lesson Plans | NY Times Learning Network | Pencil News | Kids Newsroom | Scholastic News | CNN for Students | USA Today Lessons see also "Reference" page under "Media" 
Latino Kid Lit | Resources |
Legends | Animals, Myths & Legends 
Letters | Letter Generator
Literary Terms Glossary
 | Literary Terms Glossary | |Buzzin-English Language Tutorials, Grades 4-8 | Literature Guides | Bartleby's Dictionary of Cultural Literacy
Lord of the Rings | Lord of the Rings | Middle Earth Challenge | Encyclopedia of Arda 
Mad Libs
Magazines | Cobblestone Magazine | Cricket | Girls, Inc. | Kid's Castle from Smithsonian | Kids Online Magazine | Ladybug Magazine | Midlink Magazine | National Geographic Kids New Moon Magazine for Girls | Read and Rise | Spider | Stone Soup MagazineZillions Online | ZuZu Magazine 
Magic School Bus | Magic Tree House | Mercer Meyer's Little Critter | Mighty Book.com 
Magic Tree House | Magic Tree House
Math | Literature for Learning Particular Math Concepts
Mother Goose | Info | Mother Goose | Lalitha's Nursery Rhymes | Mama Lisa | History of Nursery Rhymes & Mother Goose | Cackle, Cackle, Mother Goose nursery rhyme lyrics, origins and history | The Real Mother Goose 
MultiCultural  | Choices Program | MultiCultural Book Review | Gender and Culture Info and Booklists | Multi-Cultural Children's Lit | Paper Tiger-Pacific Rim & South Asia | Teaching Tolerance | Native American Resource List | Islamic & Muslim | Oyate-N.A.International Children's Digital Library | Fire Escape-A Safe Place to Think, Chat, and Read about Cultures | South Asia | Kahani-South Asian Literary Magazine for Children | South Asian | South Asian | CARTS | 50 MultiCultural Books | A World of Difference | How to Choose the Best Multicultural Books from Scholastic | Mitali's Fire Escape | Mitali's Blog | My Hero Project-look up Iqbal & others | 50 Multicultural Books Every Child Should Read-from the NEA | 
Mysteries | Kids Love a MysteryMysteries | MysteryNet | The Case for Kids | The Fin, Feather & Fur Bureau of Investigation | Mysteries Hotlist | Mystery Links | Stop Your Killing Me-series list | Superthinkers Myths | Myth Brainstorming Machine | Greek Mythology | Mythology & Folklore | Encyclopedia Mythica | Mythology | Myth Man | Mythography | Myths w/ lessons from Scholastic | Mythweb | The Pantheon | Ancient Greek Myth WebQuest | World Myths & Legends in Art | Godchecker | Winged Sandals | Web English Teacher Lesson Plans & Resources | Myths & Legends | Animal Myths & Legends | see also Creation Myths 
Nancy Drew | 
Narnia Narnia | Test Your Narnia Knowledge | Narnia 
Non-Fiction | Interesting Non-Fiction for Kids | Reading Strategies | Ink Think Tank
Nursery Rhymes  | Lyrics & Origins | Nursery Rhymes | Nursery Rhymes | Mother Goose | Mother Goose Pages 
Oz Encyclopedia see also Mother Goose
Page by Page Books | World of Peter Rabbit 
Online Free Books - see also "audiobooks" and "ebooks" above
Big Universe is a picture book site geared for elementary up to middle school. The colleciton of colorful fiction and non-fiction is categorized by age level and theme. Books can be added to a personal virtual bookshelf and users can even create their own picture books. Students can access Weekly Reader and Time for Kids supplements as well. (No longer free)
Children's Books Online has the largest collection of illustrated antique books on the Web and is indexed by age level, also has some audiobooks. 
Project Gutenberg offers more than 30,000 free books in its online books catalog. An additional 100,000 books can be found through the site’s partners and affiliates.
The Online Books Page lists more than 35,000 books that are freely available online. Users can search by author, title, subject, and serial name.
The Literature Network provides searchable online literature, literature forums, a quotation database, and an impressive author list.
Public Literature offers a user-friendly interface for people who want to read books, poetry, and audio in the public domain. The site also features a modern literature blog.
Readprint Absolutely FREE online books, thousands of novels, poems, stories, easy to read books online.
Great Literature Online archives British and American literature in the public domain.
Literature Project is dedicated to providing electronic versions of classic books, poems, and plays.
Perseus Digital Library hosts a growing and constantly evolving collection of ancient texts.
Classic Reader has thousands of classic literary works available for download. Offerings include fiction, nonfiction, short stories, poetry, and books for young readers.
Classic Bookshelf offers free literature and special software that makes reading electronic books more enjoyable.
Classic Book Library is a good place to find historical literature, childrens literature, and romance. The free online library also offers mystery and other genres.
Bibliomania combines classic literature with book notes, author biographies, and study guides. More than 2,000 works are available.
Page by Page provides hundreds of classic books that can be read online in the site’s e-library.
Gilead.org has republished the entire works of Hans Christian Andersen in English with original illustrations.
DailyLit sends free books to your email address. Each book is broken down into small, easy to manage increments that take less than five minutes to read.
International Children's Digital Library mission is to excite and inspire the world's children to become members of the global community – children who understand the value of tolerance and respect for diverse cultures, languages and ideas -- by making the best in children's literature available online. 
MagicKeys- some include audio
Mightybook has animated stories, songs, games and puzzles.
PodioBooks delivers serialized audio books as podcasts. Users subscribe to the books they are interested in and establish a delivery schedule.
Librivox provides free literature from the public domain. Books can be read online or downloaded as an mp3 file.
Lit2Go is an online service that offers classic stories and poems that can be downloaded online or through iTunes.
Literal Systems was founded by a group of local actors and technicians who work to create free audio books that can be downloaded as an mp3 files.
ReadPrint has free online stories, novels, poems and audio downloads.
The Spoken Alexandria Project is in the process of creating a free audio book library with downloads in multiple formats. New books are added on a regular basis.
Parts of Speech | Words | Wacky Web Tales  | Spelling City | Toon University
Personal Narratives | Candlewick |
Phonics | Phonics | Phonemic Awareness Sites | Syllable Rules Chart 
Picture Books | Edward Lear's Nonsense Poetry | w/Female Voices | in English, French & Spanish | Picturing Books 
Poetry  | Different Types of Poems | Rhyme Generator & Shape Poems |  Hear Robert Frost Read his Poems |
  Types of Poetry | GigglePoetry | Instant Poetry Forms | Poetry4Kids | 30 Days of Poetry | Poems & Songs | Lyrical Lessons Online | Academy of American Poets | Favorite Poem Project | Every Poet | Fizzy Funny Fuzzy |  Lib. of Congress Poetry | Poetry | Poetry Express | Poetry Foundation | Poetry Sites | Poetry Lessons | Poet's Corner | Poetry Tool | Poetry Zone | Bartleby's Anthologies & Poems | Inspirational Poems | Internet Poetry Archive | Granger's world of Poetry | Glossary of Poetic Devices | Poetry | Robert Frost Bio | Robert Frost Out-loud | Poetry Archive-recordings of poets | Project Gutenberg | Shadow Poetry-50 types | Shel Silverstein.com | KristineGeorge-see "For Students" for 5th graders | Concrete poetry activity | Poetry Links |  Robert Pottle-poems by subject | 

Pourquoi Stories | Project Gutenberg | Use VoiceThread for poetry recordings. VoiceThread is collaborative slide show software that allows users to contribute audio, images, and video.
Publishing Online | Lulu | Merlyn's Pen | Stone Soup | Crunch | KidPub | Book Hooks (book reviews)
Punctuation | Fact Monster | Punctuation Game
Puppets Puppetry | Resource Center | Lights, Puppets, Action 
Reader's Theater | Aaron Shepherd's RT* | Education World | Storycart Press | Scripts for Schools | Scripts & Plays for the Classroom | Reader's Theater Scripts | Suzy Kline |
Reading | Into the Book-Comprehension | Readquarium-comprehension skill practice | Starfall- Interactive w/ Comprehension & Phonics | Compact | Guys Read | Helping Children Learn to Read | If You Love to Read.com | Improving Literacy Skills | International Reading Association | Learn to Read | Learning to Read | Lexiles | Mass. Children's Book AwardMr. Nussbaum Reading Comprehension Exercises | Mrs. Dowling's Reading|Comprehension Skills Corner | The Reading House | World of Reading | Reading Rockets | Kidsreads |Reading Comprehension | Big Universe | Reading Bear | Reading Eggs |   ReadingLady | Reading Rainbow 
The Reading Matrix Interactive
 | Reading Level | Resource Room: Reading Comprehension | Scholastic Book Wizard Reading LevelsTeachnology Reading Comprehension Worksheets | ReadWriteSite | Read Write Think | Reading is Fundamental | RIF Reading Planet | Reading Online | Scholastic's e-catalogue for lexiles | Scholastic Reading Levels | 
Robin Hood | Robin Hood Project | School Tales | Scrabble Helper | Scrambled Sentences (Internet Explorer) | Series | Wired for Books DRA Levels-go to "order quizzes" & look up title | ReadKiddoRead | 
Redwall
Rebus Stories | ABC Teach | Highlights | Enchanted Learning | Interactive | 

Rhymes.net is a simple search site that returns rhyming words to whatever you enter in the search field. The rhyming words are divided into syllables for ease of use and there is a list of photos of whichever word you search for. Even better, Rhymes.net automatically generates citations for bibliographies.

Series & Sequels | Series Lists | Series & Sequels
Seuss Seussville | Cyber-Seuss | Online BioSeuss Book Activities | Activity Sheets | Oobleck | Meeting & Reading Dr. Seuss | Seussville University | Seuss Unit | Teacher Resources | Lesson Plans, etc. | Crafts & Activities | Who's Who and What's What in the World of Dr. Seuss
Shakespeare Shakespeare's Globe Theater | Shakespeare is Elementary | Shakespeare Shelf | Mr.William Shakespeare & the Internet
Spanish Spanish Lessons | Spanish Literature |  Spanish Tutorial 
Spelling | Spelling CityInteractive Spelling Test | Spelling Test | Spell Check | Spelling Songs | Spelling Time
STEM | Candlewick
Stories | Awesome Stories | Five Minute Irish Stories | A Tale to be Told WebQuest | The Call of Story | Classic Children's Stories | Fablevision | GeoStoriesInternational Children's LibraryListen to a Story | Online Stories | Stories from the Web | Storybooks Online | Storyline | Stories on the Web | Kennedy Center's Storytime Online | Middle Ages Storytelling WebQuest | Mighty Book Library | The Moonlit Road-Ghost & Folktales from the American South Pre-School | The Reading Tub | Speakaboos | Web-Pop Online Books | Summer Reading |Timbuktoad | Early Elementary Library | Story Magic-wave a wand and create a story! | StoryPlace |  The Story Starter | Talking Tales | Thomas the Tank | Tongue Twisters | Trelease-on-Reading 
Stumpers | Synonyms | 
Tall Tales | Paul Bunyan | Paul Bunyan Cloze Activity | Pecos Bill Cleans up the West | Pecos Bill Coloring Page | Tall Tales 
Tongue Twisters | Tearjearkers
Typing  | Typing Practice  See also Keyboarding on Computer page 
Vandergrift's Site about Children's Lit
Vocabulary | WordCentralWordGirl | Vocabulary Builder | Learning Vocabulary can be Fun! | Vocabulary University | Vocabulary Web Games | Fake Out! | Dr. Goodword's Word Wizard | Vocabulary.com (3-5)
Wacky Web Tales | Web English Teacher | Webtime Stories  | 
WebQuests  | A Tale to be Told | Author Study The Reading Tub |
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Erdrich, Louise 
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