Educational Websites
Reading Eggs
‚ÄčReading Eggs is an educational site for students in grades  Kindergarten and 1st.  Your child's teacher will send you your child's log-in username and password to access the phonics and reading activities at this site.

Ticket to Read
Ticket to Read is an educational website for students in 2nd grade.  Your child's teacher or Ms. Righter will provide you with your child's log-in username and password to access the reading comprehension and fluency passages at this site.  Students love earning tickets to 'buy' items to customize their Clubhouse.
Accessing the site on a computer allows your child to choose either the phonics component or the comprehension/fluency component.  On a tablet device, the comprehension/fluency passages are the only option.  

Unite for Literacy
This is a free site for books that are appropriate levels for K-2. Your child can try reading the books independently or touch the 'English read to speaker icon' to hear each page read aloud.  Reading along with the reader is a great way for children to build fluency and to learn new words.  

Reading Rockets
Reading Rockets is a resource website for parents and teachers.  It has an amazing selection of topics for parents.  In fact, you can watch episodes of a PBS series called, "Launching Young Readers", which gives parents an inside look into many aspects of learning to read. Booklists, read aloud book videos to share with your child, and activities are within a click.  Also, access important information about how to help struggling readers.

Centre Hall Library - Centre County Libraries
Access Children's Resources online through the Centre Hall Library's home page.  You will find these links under the colorful "Children's Resources" on the left-hand side of the home page.  Tumble Books (free ebooks and audio books), BookFlix (fiction and nonfiction books paired on a similar topic; with videos for one of the books) and Power Kids Library with tons of kid-friendly resources.