Reading excerpts from classic literature are presented on this page along with activities for your students. It's a great resource for differentiating learning or for pulling a few activities to practice a particular skill.
The Library of Congress has a number of classic literature books available to be read online at this site. Use this source for free reading materials for your students and save the school and the families a few dollars.
Presented by the SAG-AFTRA Foundation, you can find numerous titles read by famous actors at this site. In this set of thirty or so books, you should be able to find something that your students will be interested in hearing.
We are all so busy, these activities will be great for you to share with your parents to give them ideas they can use to add reading activities to many different daily events--even bath time! Getting the kids reading outside of class is definitely one way to increase their skills in class.
A huge repository of books online where you are sure to find books that your students will enjoy reading. It's a great free resource for books that you can assign in centers, or for groups to read, or for individual reading. It would also be a great resource for summer reading, so families don't have to buy books.
Many of the fables on this site have a read-aloud version. With hundreds of fables to choose from, you should be able to find one to teach the lesson you want or have your students analyze a fable to explain the moral.