Country Club Hills School District 160

Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day

Free Reading Skills Websites

The following contains free reading links to outside sources.  Country Club Hills School District 160 is not responsible for any content housed/published on these sites.

Grade Level

Website

Description

K-8

www.education.com

Printable reading worksheets to use at home.  The site allows parents/guardians/tutors to select by grade, subject, and sub-topics.  Reading activities and games to do with small children are also provided.

3-8

www.clubBing.com

Reading games

K-2

www.starfall.com

Teaches students how to read using phonics.

4-8

www.rhlschool.com

Reading comprehension worksheets.  Included are original stories, poems, essays, and articles.

K-3

www.freereading.net

Allows parents/guardians/tutors to download picture cards, audios, and videos.  Focus is on literacy skills.

K-4

www.adrianbruce.com

This site includes word, phonics, and reading games.  There is also a section on improving reading comprehension.

3

www.ed.gov/pub/CompactforReading

Reading and literacy skills activities to help children develop their ability to read and write.

K-2

www.Pbskids.org/read/

Free games and activities

1-6

www.toonuniversity.com

Skills covered include spelling, parts of speech, words in context, reading comprehension, and adjectives

K-6

www.gamesquarium.com

Various reading games

PreK

www.preschoolactivitybox.com

 

PreK-4

www.mightybook.com/free-to-read.html

Text to read, children’s books, music and puzzles

K-6

www.free-books.org

Books can be downloaded to an mp3 player

K-2

www.learningtoday.com

Reading games and activities that help build key reading skills in phonemic awareness, phonics, sight words, vocabulary, and comprehension.

PreK

www.shirleys-preschool-activities.com

Kids get hooked on books at an early age.  Preschool reading skills are developed.

2-5

www.rif.org/kids/readingplanet.htm

This site, provided by Reading is Fundamental, includes games, activities, books, and writing activities.

Note to parents/guardians – These sites are intended to help your child(ren) develop/strengthen reading skills.  Reviewing test scores and classroom assignments, along with communicating with your child(ren)’s teachers will assist you in deciding what skills should be addressed.

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