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  • As much as I LOVE reading to you, I hate how my recorded voice sounds. So instead I've founds tons of other people to read for me, some are our favorites, some are authors themselves, and some are new. I've also included some lists I found. Enjoy!

     
     
    • Storytime Online - movie and tv stars reading books. You can also find them on YouTube.

    • Storytime with Ryan and Craig - 2 crazy guys making jokes and reading stories. They interupt the stories to be silly so if that bothers you, you might not like these guys. 

    • Save with stories - famous people read stories on Instagram.

    • Vooks - website or app is free for 30 days. Animated book videos.

      Epic - website or app is free for 30 days. Animated book videos, ebooks, videos, and quizzes.

    • Bookflix - part of Scholastic's Home Learning which is free right now. Animated book videos, ebooks, videos, games, and quizzes. User: Learning20 Password: Clifford

    • Storytime from Space - astronauts were videotaped reading stories while they were in space.

    • KidLit TV - read aloud videos, interviews with authors, and lot of other stuff.

    • Who Would Win books - read by the author Jerry Pallotta on his YouTube channel.

    • Storytime Read Aloud - authors read their books on Harper Kids YouTube channel.

    • Weird School books - Dan Gutman reads his books on Facebook. Many of his ebooks are on sale for $0.99-$1.99.

    • Dragon Masters - author Tracey West reads her books on her Facebook page.

    • Kate Messner's list - the author made a list with links of authors reading their books or a few chapters of their book on video.

    • Romper list - the digital magazines a list with links of authors reading their books or a few chapters of their book on video.

    • Indy Public Library's list - the public library of Indianapolis made a list with links of authors reading their books or a few chapters of their book on video.

    • Big List of Read Alouds - another list of read alouds.

  • Welcome to the Harry Potter At Home hub where you’ll find all the latest magical treats to keep you occupied - including special contributions from Bloomsbury and Scholastic, nifty magical craft videos (teach your friends how to draw a Niffler!), fun articles, quizzes, puzzles and plenty more for first-time readers, as well as those already familiar with the wizarding world. We’re casting a Banishing Charm on boredom!

    Click here to Bring Hogwarts Home

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  • Because creating and playing are learning too!

    • Code.org - this is free on your portal. Lots of games and things that also teaches you coding.

    • Scratch jr - this free app teaches coding while kids make interactive stories and games.

    • Star Wars code.org - building a galaxy with code

    • CodeWizards - this website offers live online coding classes, but they made a list of the best coding apps for kids.

    • Imagineering in a Box - designed to pull back the curtain to show you how artists, designers and engineers work together to create theme parks. Go behind the scenes with Disney Imagineers and complete project-based exercises to design a theme park of your very own.

    • Pixar in a Box - a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. You will be able to animate bouncing balls, build a swarm of robots, and make virtual fireworks explode.

    • Learning with Legos - a list of Lego activities for all different ages. They have other activities as well.

    • Lego challenge - mykidstime.com made a 30 day Lego challenge. All ages can build their version of the daily challenge. They have other things to check out on their website as well.

    • 100 Lego projects - at little more difficult projects.

    • Lego mosaics - make some awesome pictures with Legos.

    • ChessKid.com - learn and play chess online.

    • Dice Games - a pair of dice is all you need to get started on this long list of games to practice your skills. They might include some math, but you didn't hear that from me.