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1st Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Online Stories - RF.1.4, L.1.6

Links verified on 11/10/13

  1. Bat Stories - Practice your phonics skills on these stories.
  2. Clifford's Big Dig - Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  3. Children's Books to read online - Practice your reading skills.
  4. Dragon Goes to the Farm - Starfall book - click on a letter to hear it read.
  5. Emily Elizabeth Goes to School - Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  6. Gus and Inky's Underwater Adventure Chapter 1 - A story about Gus and Inkey; help Gus with beginning sounds.
  7. Happy Mother's Day, dear Dragon - Starfall book - click on a letter to hear it read.
  8. Here, Clifford - Interactive story. Click on the bone to begin.
  9. A House in a Tree - Starfall book - click on a letter to hear it read.
  10. I Will Not Take a Bath - Listen to the story as it is read aloud and determine the problem and solution.
  11. Not Too Little to Help - Starfall book - click on a letter to hear it read.
  12. Online Interactive Stories - Listen to the stories with audio or turn the audio off and read the story.
  13. Grade One Books Online - Children can read to one another from books that are especially designed to match exactly with Grade 1 Reading Vocabulary Lists.
  14. The Perfect Pet - Which pet should she select? Listen to the story that is read aloud.
  15. Stories to read - Starfall - Beginning books per vowel sound for reading out-loud practice. There are 15 easy to read stories that focus on a particular vowel sound along with quizzes on the same vowel. Long and short vowels are included.
  16. Things that Can go - Starfall book - click on a letter to hear it read.
  17. Three Stories from the Little Animals Activity Centre - The stories are read to students and choices must be made during the story. Give your students the opportunity to retell these stories. || The Missing Pencil - || The Butterfly Trail - || The Wishing Tree -
  18. The Yellow Gorilla - Why did the gorilla turn yellow? How did he solve his problem?

 

 

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