Reading at home
It is important to keep up with reading at home whilst schools are closed as reading:
-builds your understanding of what has been read
-improves your vocabulary and language skills
-develops your imagination
-it's fun and enjoyable
Please find below some websites which you can use to carry on reading at home through the use of e-books, online reading. You can continue to quiz at home on accelerated reader and check to see if any of your books at home are listed on accelerated reader
You can sign up for free on oxford owl to read books online which match your book band and reading level. You can then use the book you've read to quiz on accelerated reader.
Cornerstones believes that reading is one of the most beneficial and enjoyable activities a child can continue to do whilst at home. To help schools and families, cornerstones are making all 45 of our popular Love to Read reading guides available as free downloads.
Using accelerated reader at home:
Use your log in details to access accelerated reader, if you need help logging in please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you.
Accelerated Reader book finder
The following link below can be used to check a book is on accelerated reader:
Remember to keep a log in your reading record of all the books you read as when we return to school we can add up the number of times you have read so you can claim your prizes.
As libraries are currently closed you are able to access the lincolnshire library online using the link below:
If you are already member of the lincolnshire library you can borrow ebooks online as you will have a library card. However, if you are not a member currently we think you can still register.
There are lots of exciting books to choose from, we look forward to hearing which book you may have chosen to read.