Try out some reading resources (websites/apps):
-Download the free Imagine Learning app on the iPad to practice Phonics/Decoding, Concepts About Print, Vocabulary and Comprehension.
-Go to the website: http://readworks.org (register an account for free) for thousands of reading passages and hundreds of lessons to help improve reading comprehension
-All students have access to Discovery Education with lots of reading strategies/activities. The URL for Discovery Education is: https://google.discoveryeducation.ca ( When at home, you can sign in through google and that login info, eg. Username: email@example.com, P:(whatever password has been created))
-Use RAZ Kids! You can use Raz Kids to listen to stories and answer comprehension questions. Also, it is useful as a fluency strategy, as students can record their reading and listen to themselves reading. (listening for accuracy, intonation, pausing at punctuation, etc)
-Try out the website: Into The Book: Reading Comprehension Strategies at http://reading.ecb.org