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Reading Resources & Websites for Integrating Tech in the Classroom

This is Jacqui's list of websites students can use when we’re studying story-telling, fables and myths. This list includes sites where students can read stories, have stories read to them and create their own. I pick 3-4, post them on our internet start page for a week or two, and then change the list. If you click that link, it takes you to kindergarten. You can select the red first grade tab or the blue second grade for more choices. If you don’t see any there, it’s because we’re not discussing stories right now.
See which work best for your students:
  1. Aesop’s Fables
  2. Aesop Fables—no ads
  3. Badguy Patrol
  4. Childhood Stories
  5. Classic Fairy Tales
  6. Fairy Tales and Fables
  7. Make Your Story
  8. Make your own Story
  9. Make your story a newspaper clipping
  10. Make another story
  11. Stories to read
  12. Stories to read for youngsters
  13. Stories to read—International Library
  14. Stories to read — Starfall
  15. Storybook Maker
  16. Storytime for me
  17. Web-based Madlibs

UPDATE: Don Breedwell  04/10/2011: 

Make Learning Fun is one that I think is great as well: 


Check back for more as we continue to update the listing!!

41 Websites for Teachers to Integrate Tech into Your Classroom