Links to Finding Texts On-Line

Don’t forget to check your school’s databases!  Contact your school librarian for assistance if you don’t know what your school offers.   The blue text is the actual link; black text provides more information.

Link to Monroe #1 BOCES Databases

Newsela.com – Nonfiction articles; can change the Lexile levels

textproject.org – Beginning readers non-fiction 4 page booklets

textproject.org – Texts for students entering grade 3 – 5

textproject.org – Talking Points for Kids – articles to foster discussion Target audience 4th – 6th grade

NC University College of Education – Reading Passages by grade level

Link to Downloadable stories and picture books – Readmeastoryink.com

Source for one page fiction passages

ngexplorer.cengage.com – Collection of Magazine Articles selected to meet demands of the Common Core; can select levels and content area

ngexplorer.cengage.com – National Geographic Explorer – free teacher guides and media

Gutenberg.org – Project Gutenberg – thousands of free books

Manybooks.net Download ebooks – Like Project Gutenberg

Readworks.org – you need to register, but it’s free

Tweentribune.com – also features K – 4 resources

readinga-z.com

mrnussbaum.com – resources for grades K – 6

loc.gov – Library of Congress website

 

Poetry Websites:

thesmallnouns.com – Poetry Blog

poetryfoundation.org – Poetry Foundation

Poets.org

tusd1.org – list of poetry links from Tucson School District

 

Museum Websites:

louvre.fr/en/selections – Louvre website

nga.gov – National Gallery of Art

fairport.org – link to FHS page of museum links – lots to choose from!

 

 

 

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