Finding suitable reading books whilst studying at home can be difficult. Here are some links to help you:
You will need to get your parents to create an account. When they have completed the log in details, they will need to activate their account by checking their emails and following the link.
Once you are logged in, there are a number of activities that you can do. I have been looking in particular at the reading books available. If you click on ‘Serial Mash’ you will be taken to an online library of books. On the right, you will see the following options for books at different age ranges. If you find a set too hard, read one from the lower set and build yourself up. There are also little quizzes and activities to go with each chapter!
Diamonds: Age 5-7
Emeralds: Age 7-9
Sapphires: Age 9-11
This appears to be an American site, but is quite easy to use. Your parents will need to set it up with an email address. Once you have taken the first ‘quiz’ (which takes between 10 and 20 minutes) you can practise your reading skills by reading a short text and then answering some questions about it. You can check your progress using the little graph icon in the top left hand corner of the screen.
I have been looking for some free ebooks and have found the following:
Oxford Owl – this is a great website with quite a few ebooks that you can read for free. An adult will need to register with an email and activate the account. After that, it is easy to use and even has an audio button so that you can listen to the page being read to you – a great way to check that you have read the words correctly!
Amazon – search for free ebooks for children and you will find a number of books that you can download including classics like The Wind in the Willows, cheeky reads like the Barry Loser series and factual books.