Third Grade Reading
Scott Foresman, the company that publishes our new reading text,
developed this wonderful site to help students, parents, and
hope you enjoy your visit.
Wacky Web Tales presented by Houghton Mifflin's Education Place
Web Site. Much like an online Mad Lib activity. Create your own
story just once, or again and again.
The Rosetta Projects offers the web's largest selection of free
online classic children's story books...at least they thinks so.
So do I!
Audio stories compiled by the Beenleign State School, Queensland,
Austrailia. Read and listen to a wide selection of stories.
There are many grade-levels and activities to choose from on this
site. It may help to remember that yr.1 is about our 1st grade,
and so on.
IPL- Internet Public Library. More stories online. Quiet books,
without audio (voice).
Story Place's Elementary Library has interactive stories,
activities and more.
International Children's Digital Library. Created by the
University of Maryland to make books and materials accessible via
the Internet to children, ages 3-13. As some books are for older
students please check with an adult if you are not sure if the
book is a good one for you! I linked you to 'simple search'.
Little Buddy Site. Create stories about you and your pet. You
can use these sites when you want to be a 'GREAT' older brother
Little Buddy Site. A whole group of stories and activities for
you to share with your little brother or sister. I like
the 'Shape' unit best, but there are many others too!
Little Buddy Site. The big red dog is here to play with you and
family on a rainy day. Clifford Interactive Books from Scholastic
Little Buddy Site. Share what you know, teach while you play,
here are phonics activities and stories to make your little
Just for fun, make a bookmark at National Geographic for Kids.