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Young Ninja Group (ages 3-5)

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Frank Titskey
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Vooks is an entire library of storybooks brought to life with beautiful animation, read-aloud narration, engaging music and sound, and read-along text. We're educational, safe, and ad-free screen time that inspires a lifelong love of reading!

Read Along Online

Support reading and writing by using Immersive Reader to customize how word documents appear while you read and edit. Immersive Reader provides options for a comfortable and easy to process experience by allowing you to listen to the text read aloud or adjust how text appears by modifying spacing, color and more.

Once you click in your Word document to read or edit, the Immersive Reader ribbon will minimize. To make the ribbon visible so you can change Immersive Reader settings or close Immersive Reader, select the ... at the top of the screen.

Reading Coach allows you to practice reading out loud, provides a report on your reading speed and accuracy, then identifies the five words you struggled with most and provides a supported opportunity to practice the words again.

The New York 5-Hour Online Pre-Licensing Course teaches new drivers with the knowledge and skills they need to become a responsible and safer driver. This online course meets all New York State DMV requirements. There are no hidden fees.

Senate Bill S3965-A was signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2019. This bill approves a pilot program for creating an online course for the 5-hour pre-licensing course that was traditionally only offered in a classroom. This program will run from June 30, 2020 to June 30, 2025.

The New York 5-Hour Online Pre-Licensing Course is a 100% online program that teaches new drivers how to drive safely and comply with the New York Vehicle and Traffic Law. We are approved by the NY DMV to offer the 5-Hour Online Pre-Licensing Program, also known as OPL.

At this time, the NYSDMV does not allow new drivers seeking a junior driver license (Class DJ) or junior motorcycle license (Class MJ) to take the pre-licensing course online. These new drivers must complete a 5-hour classroom course.

Yes. Before you can start your online 5-hour course, the NYSDMV requires you to prove you have a valid New York learner permit that includes your photograph. If you have a temporary learner permit with no photo, you must wait until you have a photo permit before you start your training. You may be required to submit a copy of your photo permit upon completion of the course.

When you start the course, you will be asked to call a phone number, enter a unique student ID number and read off a series of numbers. Your student ID and the verification numbers will appear on your screen within the course player, and your voice will be recorded as you read the numbers out loud.

At several checkpoints throughout your training, you must repeat the process of calling in to confirm your identity. During each checkpoint, you will receive a new student ID and another set of numbers to read. The Voice Biometric system will validate your identity by comparing each new voice sample you provide with your original voice sample.

After you successfully pass the online pre-licensing course, NTSI will email you a confirmation of your course completion and automatically submit your completion information to the NYSDMV. It may take up to 24 to 48 hours for your course completion to be posted on your driver record.

Our Read-To-Me books, also called read-aloud books, offer a world of learning benefits, including helping your kid master new words they might not be ready to grasp on their own, and gaining better listening comprehension and command of grammar. Being able to hear the story during an interactive read-aloud as they follow along, either in a Read-To-Me or physical book, is an easy way to boost learning while making reading fun.

Read-To-Me books in particular offer young children an extra advantage, as each word pops out, highlighted, as the narrator reads, making it easy to follow along visually while enjoying the narration. You can get them set up with a book or collection for a nice break for you, or you can use them as an interactive, engaging tool during at-home learning. You can even gather around a good book and follow along with the whole family.

This series gives young readers a silly, prehistoric introduction to the world of fairy tales. In this playful take on the traditional Sleeping Beauty story, Sleeping Bronty and her friends defeat the selfish fairy, and as a result learn about the power of bravery.

In this fascinating nonfiction picture book, kids can follow along with the celebrations, traditions and experiences of the Cherokee community throughout the year, as well as their gratitude for the blessings and challenges that each season brings.

A nose for digging? Ears for seeing? Eyes that squirt blood (what?!)? Young readers can explore all the crazy, cool, weird things animals can do with their ears, eyes, mouths, noses and tails in this informative read-aloud.

Planet Earth moves through the vast reaches of the space like a ship sails through the waves at sea. Your kid will love this fresh take on the solar system in a fascinating read-aloud version of this informational text.

Watch and listen to famous actors read popular children's picture books. Videos can be viewed on YouTube or SchoolTube. Activity guides featuring book summary, related activities, internet activities, and author biography are available in PDF.

The cautionary tale of un poulet tout à fait normal who unfortunately believes everything he reads on the internet. This story is written in the present tense, and the audio is a little faster than our other stories.

TTSReader extracts the text from pdf files, and reads it out loud. Also useful for simply copying text from pdf to anywhere. In addition, it highlights the text currently being read - so you can follow with your eyes. If you specifically want to listen to websites - such as blogs, news, wiki - you should get our free extension for Chrome

Listening to a book read aloud helps kids of all ages to develop better concentration and listening skills, engages their imagination, increases their vocabulary and enhances their desire to be a reader.

Storyline Online is brought to us from the Screen Actors Guild Foundation, these 20+ books are read aloud by some very famous actors and actressses. And they continue to add more books to the site each year!

The books are read via video so the kids get to see the actor before the book begins. The illustrations are slightly animated. There is no text shown during the reading of the book (as I said before, I really wish they would put the text up on the screen for the kids).

The Details: A well-known and well-established site, Storynory has been offering a new story each week since 2005 so they have quite a collection! The readers have wonderful voices and you can find many great fables and fairy tales on this site.

Each selection only includes one illustration but the entire text can be viewed during the read aloud. This site is an online audio book resource, but I really like that older kids can follow along with the text to increase word regonition and pronunciation skills. The only downside of the site is that it includes some advertising so you may want to preview with your child.

Dyslexia and other reading-based learning disabilities are most common among students. NaturalReader text-to-speech makes learning more accessible by assisting with any reading, taking tests and promoting independence.

Students can have any text they need to read, read aloud to them so they can read along. Having the text provided both visually and auditory, allows the student to focus less on the act of reading, and more on the comprehension of the content. Other features like dyslexia font, flexible reading speeds, and highlighted text also ease the task of finishing readings.

Users can use text-to-speech technology to create voiceover by typing a written script and having an AI voice read aloud the script, just as a human would. Once the script is finished, and a speaker voice and reading speed are selected you are ready to download your script into an MP3 Audio file which can be used universally in videos and other formats. However, not all text-to-speech applications allow for the redistribution of generated audio files. If users plan to redistribute their audio files, they must ensure the text-to-speech application used is built for commercial, business or public use. Examples of Commercial Use:

We are still looking for volunteers to record CKLA read-alouds for Preschool, Kindergarten, Grade 1, and Grade 3. If you are interested in participating, you can sign up via this volunteer form:

The stories that are not posted, have not yet been recorded. If you are interested in recording grade 3 CKLA read-alouds, you can sign up via this volunteer form:

Koskinen, P. S., Blum, I. H., Bisson, S. A., Phillips, S. M., Creamer, T. S., & Baker, T. K. (1999). Shared reading, books, and audiotapes: Supporting diverse students in school and at home. The Reading Teacher, 52, 430-444.

I read out loud to myself. I tape-record my reading of an assigned reading material, and I play it back and listen while following along with eyes through each word, sentence and ultimately the entire length of the assignment. I find that I grasp the key points faster and I can explain it better when required to do so.

Our library has been using Playaways for years. Most of the kids love them, but the struggling readers REALLY love them. The great thing about them is that there are thousands of titles to choose from.

Tumblebooks is a library of online storybooks that read aloud and highlight text for students. It works perfectly for this strategy! Tumblebooks can often be accessed through a library website for free.

When I used this strategy, my struggling readers really enjoyed following along with the tape. I was surprised at first, because these were the kids that tended to goof off at any opportunity! They really enjoyed being sort of in-control of the situation, and able to work at their own pace. Our reading text had an audio recording of each story (CD format), so it was really easy to get going quickly with this strategy. All of my students were familiar with how to work a CD player, so they could easily adjust the controls, or get back to the right recording if they hit a wrong button. (I would put the CD on repeat for that particular track)We started in small groups to get them used to the routine. After a few sessions, they were working with this strategy at a station in the back of the room. I worked with each reader for at least one page of the text to make sure they were still on track. Really, they loved doing this and it really worked well for them. As is the key when introducing anything new, make sure you manage the students well at first, and they are aware of the rules and consequences. 041b061a72


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