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K12 Reader

 If you’re looking for practice materials for your child, you can find worksheets and detailed program supplements for reading, spelling, sight words, grammar, phonics, comprehension, writing, and more.

AdLit.org

All About Adolescent Literacy supports parents and teachers of students in grades 4–12. It offers information on college awareness and another highlight is the Ask the Experts page, which allows you to submit questions about students and reading so a team of experts can help you find answers.

Teen Ink

Get kids writing, publishing, critiquing in this valuable network. 

Youth Voices

A vibrant online community hosts authentic student writing. 

Poets.org

A vast array of poets and poems.

KQED Education

Teachers and students can also access Radio, News, Arts, Science, and Educational programming. Within the site are several blogs, each with a different angle on educational topics, as well as links to learning resources such as PBS Learning Media, PBS Teacher Line, MindShift, Quest, and Art School. Most of the content here is directed toward teachers and parents to better serve kids, but student-centered resources are never more than a few clicks away.

Read Theory

Accompany your students on a journey through our vast library of reading comprehension content. ReadTheory's adaptive approach fosters improvement by automatically meeting learners at their own, individual ability levels. Signup takes seconds and no time is spent vetting assignments. Progress is shown on an intuitive report, replete with actionable, meaningful insights. Our program is completely free.’

Harry Potter Reading Club

The fun and fantasy of Harry's world plus literary discussion – with activities, discussion questions, and lots of free access to the books, this site is a great place for Harry Potter fans new and old.

Smithsonian: Tween Tribute

TweenTribune's questions, quizzes, and educator tools can help kids follow and understand the news

Read Works

‘ReadWorks provide the largest, highest-quality library of curated nonfiction and literary articles in the country, along with reading comprehension and vocabulary lessons, formative assessments, and teacher guidance.’
 

The International Children's Digital Library

ICDK offers popular children's books from all over the world.’ The materials in the collection, all presented in the original languages in which they were published, reflect similarities and differences in cultures, societies, interests, and lifestyles of peoples around the world.

ReadWriteThink

ReadWriteThink is a great platform that provides a wide variety of educational materials covering different literacy areas including reading, writing, listening and speaking. You can use the integrated search functionality to filter resources based on criteria such as grade level, resource type, themes, learning objectives and many more.’

Reading Rockets

‘Resources to help struggling readers build phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension skills. Online course on teaching reading, classroom strategies, in-classroom video, parent reading tips, interviews with children's book authors, recommended children's books, and more.’

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