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Please use the following resources to assist with your quest to become a better reader. If you have trouble with the links, please copy and paste in your browser.




Tumblebooks-TumbleBooks is a pay-for-use site that traditionally sells licenses to libraries and schools.  Many public libraries, such as the Linwood City Public Library, offer free access to their TumbleBooks account.  Students can follow along as the text is read them to help improve comprehension and fluency.  Choose from picture books to chapter books.  Atlantic County Library also has free access to TumbleBooks. Read along with interesting books online. (You may need to go input your library card number to access.)


Meet Your Next Great Book-This free site is a great resource to find books. It provides a variety of genres and summaries of current selections.


Into the Book-This is an award winning educational resource focusing on reading comprehension strategy. 



Book Pals-This site provides an on-line streaming video program featuring Screen Actors Guild members reading children's books out loud. 



We Give Books- A Pearson Foundation Initiative, We Give Books offers students a unique opportunity to read for social good.  Each book that is read results in a book that is donated to a charity for children.  While the books are not read aloud, they allow students to practice “Read to Self” with a good fit book during center time.  There are books for children in preschool through fourth grade.


Hig Pig Word Game- On-line word game solving riddles with two word one syllable rhyming answers. It's a brain teaser. Check it out!



Flip a Chip-Try this site for hands on practice with affixes and root words.



Saddlier & Oxford Vocabulary-This site is great to extend your vocabulary knowledge.

Joann Scannell
District Reading Specialist
301 East Evans Boulevard
Brigantine, New Jersey 08203
609-266-3603 ext. 1243
When excellence becomes tradition, greatness has no limits.