1st grade online books

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  1. teacherquestions101

    teacherquestions101 New Member

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    Anyone have any good sites for online books for first graders? I already use Epic but am looking for more decodable books. Thanks!
     
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    talknteach Rookie

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    Reading A to Z (RazKids) is the only other one I know of that has decodable books. Look at the passages too (not just books).
     
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    Libraries tend to be closed these days, at least in my area. But a good number of local public libraries have online ebook and audio book lending. Your students might be able to get library cards, digital only, if nothing else, and check those out. I use OverDrive as my app for borrowing digital media from my county library. I don't know if search engines change from library to library within the app, but the search that comes up with my library includes one by grade level. Only problem is that it seems everybody knows about it and there are wait lists for lots of books.
     
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    Not exactly what you're looking for, but the SWRL readers from Ginn & Company (aka the I See Sam readers) are available for free online as printables and PDFs and have the worksheets and flashcards to go with. It's a series of about 50, progressing in difficulty. Those were my first readers. Very heavy on sight words, repetitious, think Dick, Jane, and Sally but with animals.
     
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    wilbooks has some free resources.
     
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    Reading IQ
     
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    reading a-z is better option
     
  9. AmberP

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    I try to take online books, especially if it's something expensive. Also, there are a lot of free materials on forums, some can be found in libraries (besides, there are a lot of online libraries). I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for.
     
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    I am using Beestar for reading resources. They provide decodable books as well as standardized tests that provide more critical reasoning questions. Furthermore, the Beestar reading program is relatively a great system.
     

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