Computer Fun at Home!Here is a list of some websites you can use at home with your childto reinforce what we are learning!http://www.raz-kids.comChildren's computer games & activities feature large and easy-to-use navigation buttons as well as voice instructions. Games and activities include: alphabetical order, upper-case and lower-case letters, counting numbers, connect the dots, numerical order, shapes, addition, e-storybooks and holiday games.
http://progressivephonics.com/Free website with printables and e-books to focus on many specific reading skills! This is an excellent site to go to if you are looking for other reading resources to use with your child at home!A great website where kids can play free reading games and activities with their parents. I especially love the Word of the Day box at the bottom left corner of the screen. The word (meant for young children) is accompanied by the definition and a brief, 20-second animated video to further understanding of the new word.Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, FREE website!! I know you will LOVE it too! It's Professor Garfield and is a site that fits students of all elementary ages.
Click on "Transport to Reading" and then you have a choice to go to "Orson's Farm" for phonemic awareness or "Garfield's Island" for phonics.
Here are some of the skills in each of these places:
Meet the Gang - Rhyming Words
The Chicken Coop - beginning sounds
The Hay Loft - Phoneme Blending (onset/rime)
Orson's Waller - Phoneme Blending
Lanolin's Greenhouse - Phoneme Manipulation
Pumpkin Patch - Phoneme Manipulation
Fishing for Phonics - beginning and ending letters
Match of Mystery - (short vowels, long vowels, digraphs, silent e, dipthongs)
Toon Book Reader - read along stories
StoryBook Reader - guides kids reading by asking questions
Last Modified on August 15, 2015