FREE Reading Resources for Parents, Teachers, and Homeschool

Reading is so vital to the growth of the human mind. Children NEED to be exposed to literature. Today I am sharing some of my favorite free reading resources to help you focus on your child’s literacy.

Free Reading Resources for parents, teachers, and homeschool. free reading program…

Sylvan learning has a free website for kids to find great books, read them offline, then take quizzes on each book. Kids earn points for completing quizzes. Points can be turned in for rewards like a free candy bar at the chocolate factory. This is a great way to encourage your child to read more and to track their understanding and comprehension.

Kindle top 100 free kids books

Free Kindle books are a great way to get your kids reading without spending money. While the top 100 free list is no longer easy to find they did keep it. Book mark this page so you can always find the top 100 free kindle books for children.

Teach Your Monster to Read

One of my kids favorite reading resources is this fun free online game kids learn to read and never notice. You child can enjoy three levels of reading fun on and watch them take off.

This library unit study will teach your child how to take advantage of this wonderful free reading resources. Your local library

While this is nothing new the local library is one of the best reading resources at your disposal.

The large selection that is growing consistently is a great way to supply your young reader with every book their little minds can handle. This Library Unit Study from my friend Jody over at A Sip of Southern Sunshine will help your kids learn their way around pretty fast.

Some libraries host annual book sales or offer a small book shop for used books that can help your family build a wonderful home library of your own for a low-cost.

Many libraries hold literacy based events through the year from story time to party nights and even free classes. Mark your calendar for free events offered so you never miss anything good when you happen to have free time.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

The Imagination Library by Dolly Parton is a great program for kids birth to 5. They get a new book every month in the mail at no cost to you. These books have been hand-picked to provide children with developmental growth.

Barefoot Books Summer Reading club

Packed with printables, freebies, discounts, and fun ideas for a great summer full of reading for your little one. Check out the Barefoot Books Summer Reading Club for loads of fun.

Free printable for reading fun + FREE reading resources FREE Reading is Gold Printable Kit

I wanted to put together a fun reading set perfect for March being reading month for all of you. This set comes with a reading certificate, reading log, classroom display, fill in reward tickets, and a Who, What, When, Where, Why book report sheet. While this is great for your March plans you can use this year round.

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  • Robin Rue (@massholemommy) says:

    What great resources for homeschooling parents. My kids are in public school, so they learn most of this there.

    • Jenn says:

      It is still vital that you take a part in your childs education. This list will help your child grow and learn as well.

  • Leah Courtney says:

    This is a good collection of resources!

  • Jennifer says:

    These are great resources that I will pass on to some other homeschoolers.

  • Myrah Duque says:

    These are really helpful sources of information that will definitely help those homeschoolers. Will pass this on to my niece, she will gladly appreciate it!

  • Jeanette says:

    I will have to tell my friend about this she does homeschool her kids. Heck I could use this for my own child and I don’t homeschool him. I think reading is the number one thing to learn because without it you can do nothing.

  • Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution says:

    Dolly Parton’s imagination library? I’ve never heard of that resource. Thanks for sharing!

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

  • Lana B. says:

    These are great resources for families and kids. I know Dolly Parton’s program has distributed a lot of books to children.

  • Amy Desrosiers says:

    I had no idea they had free kindle books for kids! I will have to check these out for my girls!

  • crystal says:

    Thanks so much for the resources. My six-year-old has great comprehension, but phonics seems to be more challenging. I have been trying to find ways to make a difference, so I’m thrilled to stumble upon this trove of them!

  • Vera Sweeney says:

    I love these free resources!!! I am always looking fo things to help y kids read more!!

  • valmg @ Mom Knows It All says:

    I’m not a child but this is really helpful. I was looking for the top free books the other day on Amazon and noticed they were no longer easy to find.

  • Marcie W. says:

    Thanks so much for sharing these resources! We do not homeschool, but we are always looking for new ways to get our children reading more.

  • Stacie says:

    These all sound like great reading resources. Even though I didn’t homeschool my kids these look helpful.

  • Jeni Hawkins says:

    What a great list! I love the Teach Your Monster to Read site – that looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing!

  • Danielle says:

    Thanks for this info! We’ve started reading to our son 20-30 minutes every day and it’s nice to have some resources that bring in new stories.

  • gingermommyrants says:

    Our local library is a great place to take the kids. They have a terrific reading area for younger kids. I will have to share this with my friend that home schools.

  • Maggie Branch says:

    I really appreciate these great resources for the kiddos! I agree that the local library is great. Ours has tons of amazing hard copy text as well as digital.

  • dawn says:

    oh wow. i didn’t know that had free kindle books. i will def pass this info along.

  • Mistee Dawn says:

    These are such great resources. I homeschool my daughter, so I love this list and will definitely use it!