Reading & Math Intervention

The following resources can be used to provide students with extra support and activities in reading and math.

Reading

Storyline Online: Storyline Online enables users to select books to be read to them on screen (users may have to switch the player to YouTube, etc. from the dropdown list).  Site also includes Teachers Guides with online Common Core State Standards aligned activities. (Grades K-5)

Scholastic Learn At Home: This website has 20 day-by-day projects from pre-k through 9th grade. Texts have a read-aloud feature, adjustable reading levels, and vocabulary support. (Grades Pre-K to 9)

Flyleaf Publishing: The online materials portal from Flyleaf Publishing supplies high quality decodable books. These resources are for students who are just learning to read. The site offers decodable books to read and then also provides extension activities. There is an option for teachers to use these books in combination with lessons. (Grades Pre-K to 1)

Michigan Electronic Library: MeL provides a variety of educational resources including games, online stories, lessons, encyclopedias, databases and more! (Grades K-12)

Unite for Literacy is a digital library for preschool and primary learners that’s free and easy to use for families.   Children can read along as they listen to each story. (Grades K-2)
 

Math

Math Solutions: Math Solutions offers free resources created by leading science and mathematics educators. (Grades Pre-K to 6+)

PBS Learning Media: Videos, games, lesson plans and supplemental materials can be searched by grade level, subject area, keyword and standard.  Content contributors include KET, PBS, PBS Kids, NASA, the National Archives, the Library of Congress and many more. (Grades K-12)

Bedtime Math: Bedtime Math makes math part of a family routine. Every day, they serve up a quick bite of wacky math just for fun. Whether it’s flamingos, ninjas or pillow forts, kids can see the math in their favorite topics. No logins. No drilling. No scores. It takes only 5 minutes a day, and kids clamor for it. Resources for parents and educators. (Grades Pre-K to 5)