• kidsKids, Kids, Kids!
    Check out the links below to browse resources
    for children's literacy/reading/literature.
    kslibThe Kansas State Library is a GREAT source for all kinds of literacy, reading and research resources! The link below is specifically for you to use with toddlers and preschoolers and even older elementary age children! But, the State Library has other great resources for your school work -- be sure to check it out! Click on the Scholastic BookFlix icon to get to online books to read! https://kslib.info/researchforkids
     **Note, if you are interested in checking out FREE ebooks for all ages, see Mrs. Fry to set up an account.
     Sticker image, read Children's Books Websites
    The link following highlights a great list of places to go for children's literature. Not all are still free and a few have restrictions, so please check that before using with students or children!    Websites for Readaloud Books-Resources 3-26-2020.pdf 
    This site has a wide variety of books that you can read aloud, or that can be read to children. Some topics: Healthy Me, Let's Go Outside, Friends, Animals and People and Technology. https://www.uniteforliteracy.com/
    Wichita Public Schools Read Along with SUPERintendent Alicia Thompson
    Watch Dr. Alicia Thompson reading books aloud that are available in USD259 elementary school libraries.  This is on the Wichita Public Schools YouTube channel, which you can subscribe to and receive updates.  The channel has links to all past read-alongs.  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLM17efy4thkGetAz3bBMU2tt1vys31OaJ
    gameGames are a GREAT Way to Learn!
    Below are links to a few free learning game sites for toddlers and preschoolers.
    Browse Preschool Games | Education.com (sign up for free account)