Several Websites to help with Reading Skills
by Cindy Underwood
Download for free - readingtools that will read the text on the page. There is also a narrator that is built into Microsoft.
www.readplease.com the /readPlease 2003 is a free version that never expires. The "plus" addition has additional voices.
www.nextup.com -- only free for 30 days
edaupps.org/?page_id=7 -- MY Study Bar is a free download - the bar sits on your screen and it will read, enlarge, etc.
www.eduplace.com/tales/ -- can create wacky web tales - create your own story
http://schools.nyc.gov/Offices/District75/Department/Literacy/AdaptedBooks/default.htm --Books are read aloud.
www.slatersoftware.com/document.html books with symbols & print; can read the free downloads under the free tab or can order books
http://tarheelreader.org --books that students create - sometimes they are pictures - limited wording
http://educational-freeware.com -- several free sites
www.weeklyreader.com/subcategory/74-- Weekly Reader - news tab