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Fantastic Site for Books

I have found another amazing site that will help kids fall in love with reading. It is called Speakaboo. You can do all kinds of things with this site:

  • It has books you can listen to and watch the illustrations.
  • Your students can record reading a book and send the recording through email to a parent or grandparent.
  • They provide teachers’ guides and lessons to go with the books.
  • There are games.
  • They provide books read by celebrities.

http://speakaboos.com/

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    1. I love this site. I am hoping the rocording feature will be going very soon. I would like to record We Wish you a Merry Christmas with my class singing (of course-not me) ans e-mail it to parents for a fun surprise. Thank you for all of the great resources. Your blog is always full of great ideas and I am learning new ways to use the technology in my lessons. Thanks again. Becky Smotherman

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