This is a great reading website with a few math activities too!
Fun Reading Activities from education.com: Reading activities guide your child through learning about letters, sight words, and more the fun way! Browse through our selection of reading activities to see how your child can learn to read through hopscotch, clothespin exercises, and cookie baking! Using these reading activities keeps your child interested through literacy exercises, keeping his engagement and attention while learning, practicing, and studying. Help your child learn to read with these reading activities.
WEBSITES FOR PURCHASE
Abcmouse-Early learning Website
Have you heard of abcmouse.com? This is a great early learning website. This does have a monthly cost. You can have a 30 day free trial. $7.95 a month or $79 for a year.
BRAINZY: $4.99 a month or $1.99 if on a yearly subscription.
1. Learning through play helps cement a lifelong love of reading.
2. Progressive play ensures kids work on the right skills at the right time in the right way.
3. Players learn about phonics, alphabet, letters, and sight words through interactive introductions, games, and reading comprehension activities.
StoryBots: Just enter an email address to get started. You will have some access to the activities on this website. You can watch videos, make videos, and print out ABC activity sheets.
$4.99 per month OR
$3.49 per month if you purchase a year membership.
OTHER READING RESOURCES
- 100 BOOKS KIDS SHOULD KNOW BEFORE KINDERGARTEN
- Reading Rockets: Read early and read often. The early years are critical to developing a lifelong love of reading. It's never too early to begin reading to your child!The tips below offer some fun ways you can help your child become a happy and confident reader. Try a new tip each week. See what works best for your child.
- ABC Song: Sing the ABCs while also using American Sign Language (ASL) with this video! Engaging children in a multisensory musical adventure as they develop letter and sound correspondence dramatically increases recall.