Free Sites for Digital Read Alouds
WHPS Tech Tip
How do I find quality digital read alouds for students to practice their listening comprehension?
Epic is both an app and available in a web browser. With just a few clicks educators can set up custom book lists for students based on their reading ability and interest level. You'll love what this site has to offer you
Head over to the Hartford Public Library site, hover over the kids dropdown menu and select TumbleBooks - An E-Learning Database! When accessed this way, you do not need any login information.
Access 100 free video read alouds taken from sites like Reading Rainbow and Scholastic, all accessible from StoryTime Online!
Interested in just plain old listening comprehension? Visit StoryNory for podcasts of books without the use of visuals.
You may consider visiting YouTube and searching for your favorite book to be read aloud! Be sure to preview the content to ensure quality!