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DIGITAL READING RESOURCES LIST

Curated from DIGITAL READING: WHAT'S ESSENTIAL
by Bass & Sibberson (2015)
and by #cyberPD 2015 Participants
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This is a living document that is a work of collaboration. Please edit, add to, and use to support your digital literacy classroom.
Please note tabs on the bottom to help organize resources into categories.
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Questions/Comments/Concerns: Contact Michelle @litlearningzone
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Sports Illustrated KIDShttp://www.sikids.com/
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Kidbloghttp://kidblog.org/home/AllStart blogging!
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Wonderopolishttp://wonderopolis.org/homeGrades 2-6Perfect for reading aloud and informational research
With the read aloud section I think it could be used K-1 especially when shared as a whole classroom.
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TweenTribunehttp://tweentribune.com/All gradesSmithsonian Institute curates articles of high interest for all grade levels. Students can choose between 4 different Lexile levels to fit close to their reading needs. I always tell students to ignore what lexile means, and just to know that the higher the number, the more difficult the vocabulary.
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Blogs
Books
eBook Websites
Digital Tools
NF Text Websites
Additional Websites
Other Resources
Poetry Resources
Social Media
Digital Portfolios