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Reading aloud videos

      – Provide a  model fluent reading.

      – Are a good guided practise .

      – Develop reading out loud.

      – Provide varied reading stories. 

      – Encourage your child in  reading efforts.

      – Inspire a love of reading in your children.

Duck in the truck

My grunny is a pirate

Hugless Douglas

Daddy's Little Star

Froggy,s Baby Sister

Froggy Goes to the Doctor

If Animals Kissed Good Night

The Rainbow Fish

Love and Kisses

Pete the Cat at the Beach

Dream Animals

Captain Duck

We love you, Hugless Douglas!

Huggless Douglas and the Big sleep

Little Deer Lost

Don t worry, Huggless Douglas

Froggy Bakes a Cake

The Reluctant Dragon

And Here's to You!

David Gets In Trouble

The Wonderful Things You Will Be

Incredible You!

My No No No Day

How to Make a Muffin

Part 1: The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Part 3: The Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies

There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly

LOVE from the Very Hungry Caterpillar

Giraffes Can't Dance

A Apple Pie | Learning ABC Alphabet

The Motor Car

Part 2: The Tale of Benjamin Bunny

5 Classic Nursery Rhymes

The Happy Star

Chicken Soup with Rice

Valentine's Day

You Are Not Small

Shrek

Shrek The Third audiobook

Madagascar

The Pinguins Of Madagascar

The Jungle Book The Cobra's Egg

Shrek Forever After

Ice Age

Rio Blu And Jewel

Over The Hedge

Volcanoes

Boats and Ships

Musical Instruments

Peppa Pig - Tiny Creatures

Peppa Pig - Recycling Fun

Peppa Pig's Family Computer

Peppa Pig - School Bus Trip

Peppa Pig - Peppa s First Sleepove

Cinderella

Little Red Riding Hood

The Three Spinners

The Ugly Duckling

Hansel and Gretel

Little Red Riding Hood

The Emperor's new clothes

The Lion and The Mouse

Pinocchio

Goldilocks and the three bears

Jack and the Beanstalk

The shree little pigs

The idea of this reading aloud videos want to be an activity  to the development of curiosity and a love of learning. And, of course this collection can  help you  to develop your child’s reading skills, so they can enjoy the numerous benefits of reading.

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Short stories

turtle diary home  This is a great page with lots of different teachers resources.

Related to reading and ebooks there is a good  variety of reading levels, which allows for the differentiation of instruction and the adaptability of different texts to different readers. 

Many of them have audio. If you click  on the music note symbol that appears at the top  you will listen to the whole reading. If you click on each word you will listen to that word.

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LEARN TO READ

In this section, kids will learn to read with more complex phonic decoding. Double syllable words and punctuations are introduced. Suitable for Kindergarteners to further enhance their reading skills.

turtle diary kit in the pit

turtle diary My pet

turtle diary the cat and the rat

turtle diary thye man and the can

FUN READING FOR EARLY READERS

In this section, kids will learn to read with phonics. Kids will learn to identify and read short single syllable rhyming words. Suitable for Kindergarteners who are learning how to read.

turtle diary boat in the moat

turtle diary broom and the room

turtle diary lia is sweet

turtle diary millup the hill

turtle diary out to llot

turtle diary sack on the yak

turtle diary swim in the pool

turtle diary the cake

turtle diary the circus monkey

turtle diary the clock

turtle diary the geese in the deep

turtle diary the king and the ring

turtle diary the rose

turtle diary the well

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READING IS FUN

This section carries easy to read, short stories with morals. More complex phonic decoding and abbreviations are introduced. Children are encouraged to read with expressions. Suitable for First Grade and above.

turtle diary little fish

turtle diary sweets

turtle diary the curious monkey

trutle diary the doves

turtle diary the frogs

turtle diary the little birds

turtle diary the peacock

turtle diary the talking cave

turtle diary the thirsty crow

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Biographies

Read about the true stories of the lives of famous and historical people who have changed and shaped our world. Kids get a close look into their lives and learn how these people were as a child; what obstacles they overcame to become successful, and their famous achievements.

ATTENTION! Here there is no audio for the whole reading but you can find  some highlight words that show you the pronuntiation and the definition

turtle diary einstein

turtle diary graham bell

turtle diary newton

turtle diary edison

turtle diary wright brothers

turtle diary columbus

turtle diary astronaut

turtle diary Marco polo

turtle diary amstrong

turtle diary vasco de gama

turtle diary tolstoy

turtle diary mark twain

turtle diary kipling

turtle diary da vinci

turtle diary tolstoy

turtle diary mark twain

turtle diary picasso

turtle diary gandhi

turtle diary luther king

turtle diary mother theresa

turtle diary mandela

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READING COMICS

toon books readers

 

 

 

toon books languages

There are 11 free titles in total. Click on the images to go directly.

Explendid and  entirely FREE resource that allows children to read select TOON Books online…and in multiple languages!  Children can listen to the entire text using “Read To Me” or by activating the audio prompts on individual balloons when they need a little extra help.  TOON Readers were developed in cooperation with Professor Garfield, a non-profit educational collaboration between Garfield the Cat and Ball State University.

toon books readers silly lilly

Toon books Jack and the box

Toon books little mouse gets ready

toon books stinky

toon books Luke on the loose

toon books Beny and penny

toon books otto's orange day

toon books Benny and penny and the big no-no

Toon books Mo and jo fighting together forever

toon books zig and wikki

toon books benny and penny and the toy breaker

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Roy, interactive reading games

Interactive Reading Games: Word Level

It is a very useful page, specially for young learners and starters . You will find ingular and plurals , rhyming . Specially useful for working and teaching phonemes: long vowels, consonant blends, tricky words

The interactive reading games below are ideal for developing the reading skills of your pupils. And, of course, you can use the reading games on your interactive whiteboard, or computer, at school or at home.

The games below are listed by word level and sentence level activities. To find a game quickly you can ?use the ‘quick game finder’.

There are two kind of ?reading games: Word level games and sentence level games

Consonant Blends (CVCC Words)

Little Mo (Roy’s cousin) is learning about blending and segmenting consonants to make CVCC words. It’s all happening in her secret garden where blending or segmenting phonemes to make words means she earns Zs (the local currency) to spend in Garden World.

– Consonant Blends (CVCC Words)

Double Consonants (ff, ss, bl, br, cl, cr, ck, ng)

Help Wellington clean up the sea by making words using ff, ss, bl, br, cl, cr, ck, ng.

– Make words using ff and ss
– Make words using bl and br
– Make words using cl and cr
– Exploring words that end with ck
– Exploring words that end with ng

High Frequency Words (Days, Months, Numbers and Colours)

Old Uncle Tom likes his socks, blanket, hay and a nice glass of water before going to bed. Help him get his bedtime bits together by clicking and dragging the words into the correct order.

– Days of the Week
– Months of the Year
– Numbers to Twenty
– Colours (UK version)
– Colors (US version)

Singular or Plural? Adding ‘s’

Lucy is still at the zoo! Read the words and sort them into singular or plural. Match the singular with its plural to choose presents to make Lucy happy.

– Singular or Plural? Game 1 – words we use at school
– Singular or Plural? Game 2 – words we use on the farm
– Singular or Plural? Game 3 – words we use at home
– Singular or Plural? Game 4 – clothes we wear
– Singular or Plural? Game 5 – food we eat

?Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e, aw, ay, ea, ee)

Long Vowel Phonemes (er, ew, i-e, igh, ir)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go?

– Making words with the er sound, e.g. pepper
– Making words with the ew sound, e.g. blew
– Making words with the i-e sound, e.g. ride
– Making words with the igh sound, e.g. flight
– Making words with the ir sound, e.g. skirt

Long Vowel Phonemes (oa, oi, oo, or, ou)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go??

– Making words with the oa sound, e.g. boat
– Making words with the oi sound, e.g. oil
– Making words with the oo sound, e.g. hoop
– Making words with the or sound, e.g. worn
– Making words with the ou sound, e.g. house

Long Vowel Phonemes (boot, feet, rain, boat, eat)

Old Uncle Tom likes his socks, blanket, hay and a nice glass of water before going to bed. Help him get his bedtime bits together by clicking and dragging the sounds to make new words.

– Exploring words with the oo sound, eg boot
– Exploring words with the ee sound, eg feet
– Exploring words with the ai sound, eg rain
– Exploring words with the oa sound, eg boat
– Exploring words with the ea sound, eg eat

Long Vowel Phonemes (a-e / ay, aw / or, ee / ea, er / ir, ew / oo)

Help Mango get back to her nest by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. Undo an answer by clicking on the bee.

Make words with the a-e and ay sound
– Make words with the aw and or sound
– Make words with the ee and ea sound
– Make words with the er and ir sound
– Make words with the ew and oo sound

Long Vowel Phonemes (i-e / igh, igh / y, oa / ow, oi / oy, ou / ow)

Help Mango get back to her nest by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. Undo an answer by clicking on the bee.

– Make words with the i-e and igh sound
– Make words with the igh and y sound
– Make words with the oa and ow sound
– Make words with the oi and oy sound
– Make words with the ou and ow sound

Tricky Words

Help Space Zara learn tricky words by controlling her jet-pac with your mouse. Find the Tricky Word challenges and win the golden trophy. Includes words defined in the DfES Letters and Sounds publications (phase 1 to phase 4).

– Tricky Words Volume 1: 30 words including commonly misspelt words: e.g. people, their, said
– Tricky Words Volume 2: 30 words including commonly misspelt words: e.g. only, because, other

Words that Rhyme

Help the bees bring the words that rhyme back to their nest. Watch the flower grow.

– Words that rhyme with bug
– Words that rhyme with dash
– Words that rhyme with dot
– Words that rhyme with lip
– Words that rhyme with top

Words that Rhyme

Belinda loves collecting words that rhyme. Find the words in the fruit and bring them to her house.

– Words that rhyme with cat
– Words that rhyme with Dad
– Words that rhyme with gap
– Words that rhyme with jam
– Words that rhyme with man

Words that Rhyme

Ryan the rhino can’t sleep. He’s trying to think of words that rhyme! Find them in the stars.

– Words that rhyme with bell
– Words that rhyme with hill
– Words that rhyme with pet
– Words that rhyme with ten
– Words that rhyme with tin

Long Vowel Phonemes (ow, ow, oy, y)

Help Mango go flying with her friends by clicking and dragging the long vowel phonemes to make words. How high can you go??[Requires Flash Player 9]

– Making words with the ow sound, e.g. show
– Making words with the ow sound, e.g. brown
– Making words with the oy sound, e.g. boy
– Making words with the y sound, e.g. why

SENTENCE LEVEL GAMES

Zara’s Capital Letter Game (beginner)

Zara is dreaming of space again! Read the sentence then give the sentence its capital letter to make Zara’s dream come true. Try not to wake Zara up!

– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 1
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 2
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 3
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 4
– Zara’s Capital Letter Game. Game 5
 

Zed’s Capital Letter Game (advanced)

Zed loves to make things in his shed. Give the words their capital letters to help Zed collect his tools. What has Zed made this time?

– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 1
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 2
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 3
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 4
– Zed’s Capital Letter Game. Game 5

 

The Full Stop Game (beginner)

The sentences have lost their full stop. Read the sentence then click and drag a snail to where the full stop should be. Uses high frequency words.

– The Full Stop Game. Game 1
– The Full Stop Game. Game 2
– The Full Stop Game. Game 3
– The Full Stop Game. Game 4
– The Full Stop Game. Game 5

The Full Stop Game (advanced)

The sentences have lost all their full stops. Read the sentences then click and drag the snails to where the full stops should be. Uses high frequency words.

– The Full Stop Game. Game 1
– The Full Stop Game. Game 2
– The Full Stop Game. Game 3
– The Full Stop Game. Game 4
– The Full Stop Game. Game 5

Does it make sense?

Help Zara’s dream come true by clicking on the sentences that make sense. Uses high frequency words.

– Does it make sense? Game 1
– Does it make sense? Game 2
– Does it make sense? Game 3
– Does it make sense? Game 4
– Does it make sense? Game 5
 

Does it make sense?

Help Wellington clean up the sea by clicking and dragging the words to create sentences that make sense.

– Does it make sense? Game 1
– Does it make sense? Game 2
– Does it make sense? Game 3
– Does it make sense? Game 4
– Does it make sense? Game 5

The Question Mark Game

Zed loves to make things in his shed. Give the sentences their question marks to help Zed collect his tools. What has Zed made this time?

– The Question Mark Game. Game 1
– The Question Mark Game. Game 2
– The Question Mark Game. Game 3
– The Question Mark Game. Game 4
– The Question Mark Game. Game 5

 

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