Reading Websites for Kids and Parents
Starfall is a phonics based website for beginning readers. This website is excellent for developing phonics skills in struggling readers as well.
Reading is Fun! Has a website for kids to express themselves, play games, do an activity lab and a BOOK ZONE. Log in to join! It’s free! It’s fun!
Log in here to write your own story, read stories by other kids, add a paragraph to a Never Ending story and more!
At Kids domain, you have games of all kinds!
Look here for resources that will help you work and practice at home! Over 100 sites to choose from.
Meet “Topper” the car that will show you some fun! Learn through puzzles, games, stories, songs, rhymes, and more.
Make “crinkles” in your brain by learning at this site. There are online activities as well as ones you can check out at your public library in the latest issue of “Crinkles”
Reading is fun at the PBS Reading Rainbow site. Adventures, books, contests, games as well as the PBS TV schedule are found here. Great for the whole family.
A digital library in English and/or Spanish. This interactive website is for preschool, elementary and older.
Find great online stories, cool information, sites to publish your writing, games and more. Need homework help? Click into Kidbibs.
An amusement park of math and more…especially designed for fun, fun, fun.
Hundreds of basic math skills, interactive practice, games, and randomly selected problems.
The Discovery Channel’s website for everyone. Choose from homework helpers to Brain Boosters.
A website developed to help students improve their math skills interactively. It also has a homework helper.
Get facts on hundreds of animals. Play some “wild games”, or look into the web of life.
A large web portal for kids ages 3 – 9. Lots of stories, games and activities.
Children in school (k-5) can read picture books online. Also includes spelling games and ABC activities.
A great site for reading the news and what is going on in the world. Kids even do the reporting.