Children becomes fluent in reading with practice. Students need to refer a huge bundle of reading materials. MNU Library has prepared a one stop Gateway with all available resources for parents, children, students, & lecturers.
MNU Digital Repository Saruna is an online database that provides a central location to collect, contribute and share digital learning resources for use in teaching, learning and research activities.
The Directory of Open Access Books is a service of DOAB Foundation. DOAB Foundation is a non-profit legal entity under Dutch law (‘stichting’), established by OAPEN Foundation and OpenEdition. The Foundation is based at the National Library in The Hague.
The Lets read Library is full of books that explore important topics such as gender equality, environmental stewardship, diversity, tolerance and STEAM. You can view/read/download books in various languages including Dhivehi and English.
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PBS LearningMedia hosts some terrific educational material for children, and its Between the Lions video resources are among the best. There are read-along folktales and fables with a twist, clever song videos of letter sounds, and many more amusing stories and catchy songs to capture kids’ attention. The videos are short, with most ranging from 20 seconds to 6 minutes in length, so it’s easy for children to watch a variety of them—or to re-watch a favorite several times.
Starfall Education (a nonprofit that focuses on free and low-cost learning resources for children) has created an engaging group of games and activities that range from the ABCs to fables. The stories and poems can be read by the narrator or by your child, with or without assistance. Your child can read the text on the screen and click on a word they need help with.
The Starfall website is free to access and use, and it doesn’t have any ads. However, you will encounter some activities that are grayed-out and can’t be opened. A paid subscription is required to access these activities. For a home membership, it costs $35 per year. There is a wide range of resources that can be enjoyed completely for free, though!
StoryPlace is an award-winning digital learning library hosted by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library system in North Carolina. The site is fully available in both English and Spanish.
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Foundation has a wonderful story read-along website called Storyline Online. Well-known SAG actors of all ages read more than 50 popular children’s picture books. The narration is accompanied by illustrations from the book. Some of the stories use storybook cutout animation. Each book has accompanying lesson plan ideas and activities.
PBS Kids has more than 70 reading games connected to characters from its popular television series, such as Sesame Street, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Martha Speaks, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and Caillou. When your child successfully completes a game, many of them provide instant rewards, such as video clips or more fun games. This encourages children to keep playing and learning.
Khan Academy is widely known for its free math programs and assistance, but they also have reading for kids as low as first grade.