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Reading skills with Interactive sites and information on Reading
activities that encourage reading, writing, and thinking. Visit and
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Building Better Readers Online
Interactive Reading Activities
Read books online or follow along as
the computer reads to you.
Select dictionaries, search engines,
and encyclopedias that correspond with your reading level.
Select software that develops reading
skills. Visit this site for top recommendations on reading software:
DiscoverySchool.com Review Corner Best Educational Software
Practice reading aloud.
Read a variety of materials, short
stories, poems, news articles, magazines, cartoons, fiction, non-fiction to
explore all your interests and expand your vocabulary.
Learn how to use spellchecker (F7) and the
thesaurus (Shift & F7) tools available in your Word processor when creating documents.
Increase font size.
Larger font can
make it easier to read. Internet browsers and word processors all have
many ways to adjust font size or view.
Explore this option:
Internet Explorer - View on menu,
highlight Text size, highlight Largest
Accessibility Changing Font Size
Netscape - View on menu, highlight
Microsoft Word, PowerPoint & Excel -
View on menu, highlight Zoom or Format on menu, highlight Font
increase Font size 14 or higher.
Practice using keyboarding programs to
support letter recognition and key letter location on the keyboard.
Help selecting books to read visit this
Explore this cool site. Learn and communicate with
other children or young people who are struggling to be better
Explore this site
"The Gift of
Dyslexia" and learn why some of the smartest people in our
world were not better readers, but were very talented in many other ways.
Creative writing web activities for kids, teachers and parents
By Bruce Van Patter
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