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                The best thing we can do for our kids is to be good role models.  Let them see you reading (newpapers and magazines are okay too).  Just so we are all reading! 

    I was reading an article on CNN,  How to Get Your Kid to Be a Fanatic Reader by James Patterson.  It shared some good sites that provided book lists.  Below you will find the websites that you may find interesting to help you select books your kids will read.    I know it can sometimes be hard to select the right books.  Draw on your child’s interests.  There are also specific sites provided that give reading practice with skills.  See below and the synopsis that shares what can be found at each site.



    Oprah.com’s Kids Reading Lists


    You can also search “ALA reading lists”  (American Library Association)



                Here you can find reading comprehension passages and questions to do online.  It gives quick feedback whether your answers are correct or incorrect.



                Children can listen or read one of the stories provided online.  Ages 4-11.



                Third grade students can find reading passages and questions to answer.



                Reading exercises to practice comprehension.



Last Modified on August 27, 2018