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Early Learning Stations
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The Early Literacy Station (ELS) is a dynamic all-in-one digital learning solution for children ages 2-8. It requires no Internet connection, so it is safe and secure. The ELS features more than 60 educational software titles spanning seven curricular areas. The educational titles are pre-loaded on the computer and displayed using engaging graphics and intuitive menus.It is available in English, Bilingual Spanish, and Bilingual French.


TumbleBooks
FunBrain
PBS Kids - Sprout
Reading is Fundamental
 
Space Place
Starfall
Lille Lilly's
More Fun Sites

Upcoming Events for Kids:

Kids Links
  • 2013 Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.
  • Sesame Street E-books
    The Sesame Street eBook Reader displays eBook content in your Internet browser just like it appears in a printed book. Let's look at how you can use the Reader to control your reading experience.
  • PBS Kids
    PBS KIDS is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based entertainment.
  • Discovery Kids
    Discovery Kids inspires kids to explore the awesome world around them and satisfy their curiosity with innovative games, activities, quizzes and articles
  • Columbia Kids
    Washington State Historical Society's fun site exploring time and place in the pacific northwest.
  • Magic Tree House website
    Here the adventure comes to life as kids join Jack and Annie on exciting new missions through time and around the globe. Fans of the books can earn Mission Medallions and more online rewards, fill up their reading passports, watch videos, and more.
  • A to Z Mysteries
    This series features three smart kids who solve crimes and mysteries. They live in a small town in Connecticut, called Green Lawn.The kids are Dink Duncan, Josh Pinto, and Ruth Rose Hathaway.
  • Novelist K-8 Plus
    NoveList K-8 Plus is a comprehensive reading resource for fiction and nonfiction. With its fun and intuitive interface, and extensive proprietary content, NoveList K-8 Plus will help you integrate reading across the curriculum and support your young readers.

The WrestleMania Reading Challenge is On!

Dear Reader,
The 2014 WrestleMania Reading Challenge is on! You can now visit WWEReadingSuperstar.com to step into the ring, complete the challenge, and enter to win awesome prizes. Through March 7th 2014, you can take part by reading a book or writing an essay about your favorite book to earn a chance to win a trip to WrestleMania 30 and a chance to meet a WWE Superstar! There are also awesome prizes like book grants for schools and libraries. How does the WrestleMania Reading Challenge work?

Students age 4 to 12, along with an adult such as a teacher, parent, or caregiver, can take part in a few simple steps!
  1. Enter your birthdate to access the challenge.
  2. Select a WWE Superstar Reading Buddy.
  3. Start reading!
  4. Enter your parent's email address when you reach the end of the book. Your parent will receive an email from us and will need to confirm your official entry.
If you are a student age 13-18, the steps are similar.
  1. Enter your birthdate to access the challenge.
  2. Select a WWE Superstar Pen Pal.
  3. Read a book.
  4. Write an essay about your favorite book and convince your Pen Pal to read it too!
  5. Submit your final essay and enter your email address to complete your entry.
Visit www.wwereadingsuperstar.com to learn more and participate in the 2014 WrestleMania Reading Challenge today!