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Literature websites?
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Looking for Literature websites with stories and comprehension questions.

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Have you ever used readworks.org or readtheory.org? Or maybe those aren't literature like you're looking for.
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Yes, I used readworks and readtheory for years.

There's also readinga-z.com if you or your school want to buy a subscription.
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Yes, I have used both. Don't really care for readtheory and I am running out of good stories through readworks.
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Commonlit is a website many teachers in my district use.


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I didn't care for Read Theory either
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but I use Read Works and K12 Reader for their articles and comprehension questions.

Read Works is able to be printed OR used online. K12Reader.com is printed only.

Reading Vine also has passages and questions but I find it harder to navigate for some reason.

ReadWriteThink has lots of lesson plans and activities but it is a mix of things.
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