My wife discovered (from our neighbor) the great website BookPALS Storyline Online today. The site is sponsored by the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, and is full of stories read by different famous actors and actresses! My 3 year old enjoyed hearing Sean Astin (who was “Sam,” one of my favorite characters in “The Lord of the Rings” movie trilogy) read “A Bad Case of Stripes” by David Shannon.
I’ve added this website to my wikilist of outstanding free digital curriculum sources. What a great digital resource. And it is FREE! 🙂
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As an elementary technology facilitator whose biggest dilemma is finding great resources for the younger ones, I appreciate you letting us know about this site! I look forward to exploring, and sharing it with my teachers! Love your blog, keep up the great work!
Thanks for sharing this great resource which I will send to all the special needs listserves that I belong to. We are always looking for free links that help our kids!
Great find! Thanks.
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