Great Language Arts Websites

Language Arts Sites to Visit 

This resource provides fun on-line websites to motivate your child to read and write.  This resource includes many areas of reading and writing such as phonics, fluency, e-books, spelling, and writing. These websites are intended to be used as an interactive tool between child and parent. Just Scroll to the right to see them all.
On-line Reading          e-books
TumbleBookLibrary is an online collection of books, animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they'll love. Encourage your child to read along and follow the text as the story is read aloud.
Storyline On-line is a streaming video program where books are read aloud. Each book is accompanied with activities and follow-up ideas.
StoryPlace is a children’s digital library. Explore the pages full of stories and activities for all ages.
Storynory is a website where books or stories are told aloud.
TIME For Kids is a news magazine that motivates kids to read! Issues cover a wide range of real-world topics kids love to learn about - and it's the best nonfiction text you'll find.
Book Flix is another online collection of stories to motivate your child to read.
Enchanted Learning is a website that offers non-fiction reading. Students can search for information about their favorite animal, inventor, country and much more.
Book Adventure offers lots of activities and reading for your students.





Primary students can practice phonemic awareness and phonics skills such as letter sounds, letter recognition, rhyming words, word blending, and sound/word sorts. 
Primary students can practice phonics skills such as building words from word parts or changing vowel sounds. Be sure that your child reads the words as they make words.
Starfall offers alphabet and phonemic awareness activities as well as e-books to read. It also offers many other modalities that promote reading and writing.





Read, Cover, Write  Interactive spelling site
Game Goo provides activities including antonyms, synonyms, letter/sound, abc order, fact vs. fiction and much more.


Your child can make you’re his/her own movie in the Kerpoof Animation Studio! Pick a background and characters from Kerpoof. See what each character can do. Then your child can write an animated story.
Spelling Connections is for Grades K through 8th Grade. This website reviews valuable spelling patterns and strategies will helping students retain their knowledge using practical study tools and activities.
These websites will allow your child to write acrostic and shape poems. Encourage your child to use descriptive vocabulary. Your child will be able to print his or her poems.
The Book Cover Creator is designed to allow children to type and illustrate front book covers, front and back covers, and full dust jackets. Students can use the tool to create new covers for books that they read as well as to create covers for books they write individually or as a class.
Story It is a website that offers a place to motivate students to write. It offers story starters, poetry starters as well as poems and stories to read. 
This website will read poems aloud in a true voice. Your child can listen and read along with the poems to practice his or her fluency.
Below are the Grade Level expectations
for Word Correct Per Minute
1st Grade: 40 + wcpm     2nd Grade: 90 + wcpm
3rd Grade: Fall Term 110 + wcpm
Use this on-line stopwatch to count to 1 minute. Your child can make a chart of words read per minute to see how his or her reading rate is improving.
This website offers a variety of resources of stories and songs that can be read along with. This website also includes Spanish read stories.
On-line Summer Reading Programs
Can’t miss book lists for all ages ranging from 3years old to young adults. Online reading, webcasted game show, and summit your own questions for the game show. 
Summer Reading Buzz: Ages Prek-12th grade. You can Feed The Reader Meter by logging how many books you read, Talk books, Buzz, and more.
Parent Resources
Reading is Fundamental: This site offers ideas for parents to encourage your child to read.
Literacy Connections: This is a great resource site for anyone working with a child who is learning to read or who is a fluent reader.