Thursday, September 18, 2014
Freebies~ Books for Reading
I believe using all different levels of reading material is much more helpful to learners. Whether your using easier stories and reading for older learners to learn and pick up new skills for writing or using a much older book as a Read-Aloud for our younger children both can work very nicely.
If there are some resources you can share please post and share them as well;
Free Kindle Books online from Ben and Me
Children's Storybooks Online
The Main Lesson
Page by Page
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