Communication Arts links

Mr. Nussbaum’s Language Arts Page –  Play online language arts games, complete reading comprehension exercises, practice your spelling words and much much more!

Storyline Online – sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild.  You will find actors and actress who are guild members reading popular children’s stories.  The presentation includes both the celebrity reading and the illustrations from the text.  The story text can be turned on or off.

Spellingcity.com – practice your spelling words.

Mightybook – great site for beginning readers.  Simple stories are told with animation, on screen text where each word is highlighted as it is being read.

Reading is Fundamental Reading Planet – read along stories and songs that are well animated and narrated as well as each word being highlighted as it is being read.

PBS Between the Lions Stories – children can choose from a variety of stories that are animated and read with great energy.

Starfall.com – for primary readers

Children’s Book Awards – from the Children’s Literature Web Guide, the most comprehensive guide to English-language children’s book awards on the Internet.

Scholastic for Kids – All of your favorite Scholastic characters are here, including Harry Potter,Baby-Sitters Club, Animorphs, Clifford, and Ms. Frizzle and her Magic Schoolbus.

Dr. Seuss’s Seussville! – Dr. Seuss’s playground in cyberspace from Random House.

Read Across America – To mark Dr. Seuss’s 96th birthday, the National Education Association is calling for every child in every school in the country to read with a caring adult on March 2, 2000.

Webtime Stories – an annotated collection of web sites for people who love children’s literature. Though there is nothing quite like reading a good book, the internet combines the printed word with graphics, sounds, interactivity and animation to create rich and memorable reading experiences.

For Young Writers – Inkspot’s special section for young writers. Named by Writer’s Digest Magazine as one of the best sites for writers, Inkspot offers over 2000 of pages of information about the craft and business of writing, as well as dozens of discussion forums and other online networking opportunities.

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