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Old 02-15-2019, 01:19 PM
 
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Is this still available? I can't get a direct link to the online book section. It just takes me to B and N main page. I want a link that the kids can use that takes them directly to the online books.

Is it even worth trying? Looking to expand some choices during Listen to Reading time.

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Have you tried
Old 02-15-2019, 05:11 PM
 
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Storyline Online? Lots of books are read by celebrities. The kids and I love it!

https://www.storylineonline.net/
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Have you tried Epic?
It’s free for teachers to use in class (paid site for kids at home)
My kids love it!

They have many “listen to reading” books. You can sign the kids up for their own accounts and create “collections” for their mailbox of books you want them to read.

I created a collection of National Geographic Kids read to me books when we started our nonfiction unit.

Of course they don’t just have read to me selections. Most books the students read on their own.

It’s hard to believe this site is free!

Here is the link...

https://www.getepic.com
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Thanks Donna!
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Wow... Epic is fantastic! Another great independent reading activity I can add to my classroom repertoire.
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I use Epic. I just want another choice. As of right now, they only have 2-3 choices for technology during rotations:

*Epic
*I-Ready Reading
*Tumblebooks

Looking for an additional resource, as we end the year. Want to keep motivation/novelty high.

Thx. for the responses!


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For the younger grades, and great for ESOL students (because they can listen in various languages)... and I like that they don't have to login:
https://www.uniteforliteracy.com/
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Tumblebooks for my class.
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