Tag Archives: literacy

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Clifford Interactive Website by Scholastic

Free! The Clifford Interactive website by Scholastic contains multiple reading and literacy activities for users who are developing their early literacy skills all themed after the Big Red Dog. After launching the website, users can choose either the “Read a Story” or “Play a Game” option. First, the “Read a Story” option includes four digital storybooks users can select, and ...

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Free! Vocabulary.co.il contains dozens of simple word games. To access the games, users will first need to load the website and then choose the type of game they wish to play from the menu on the left of the screen. The games for that category then load and users can choose the difficulty level of the game based on the ...

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Freemium! Education.com provides users with a database of games for math, reading, and writing. With the menu on the left side of the screen, users can click the “Games” option and then sort the games by grade level and subject area. Education.com then reports the corresponding games and users can select the one they wish to play by clicking it. ...

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PBS Kids’ Phonemic Awareness Skill Games

Free! PBS Kids’ Phonemic Awareness Skill Games offers a variety of learning activities that target phonemic awareness. After loading the website, users are to select one of the five games. Each game focuses on an aspect of phonemic awareness, which includes letter sounds, letter isolation, and letter blends. After selecting a game, a brief introduction is provided that explains what ...

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Fremium! Starfall is a non-profit website that includes phonics-based exercises, books, and activities. After launching the website, users can access its content by clicking on one of the different activity types. By clicking the “ABCs” activity, the website loads the complete alphabet and users can click on a letter to view a short video about it. The “Learn to Read” ...

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