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Hello Everyone! Does anyone no of any excellent websites for children that touch on the areas of comprehension, fluency, vocabulary, sight words and/or phonics? Please, please need your suggestions. Im working on making just a little handout/flyer to my parents which will provide URL addresses to an many places where they can use at home with their child. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!


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www.starfall.com

Is fabulous for phonics!
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For sight words:
http://www.sightwordswithsamson.com/sw/sight_words.asp
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reminding them that the best way to promote reading by their child is to have parents read stories TO their child. The students get fluency modeling, vocabulary building, exposure to book language, and opportunities to take a turn in reading.

A library card opens a world of books for free. Some parents would rather sit their kid in front of a computer and go watch TV than do the interactions that leads to progress.

Check out Jim Trelease's Read Aloud Handbook. I give it to all my expectant parent friends. It has discussions of the value of reading to kids, suggested books, and ways to enhance reading aloud.
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