Elementary Resources:
1) Tumblebooks http://tumblebooks.com/
Check your local library; many have a subscription to this service.

2) Sheppard Software http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/web_games_vocab.htm
Variety of language arts games.

3) Starfall.com http://www.starfall.com/
Starfall.com opened in September of 2002 as a free public service to teach children to read with phonics.

4) Owl & Mouse http://www.yourchildlearns.com/owlmouse.htm
Help your child learn with games, software and educational activities from Owl and Mouse Educational Software. Early reading software—phonics software, alphabet games, and Dolch sight words in a fairy tale story. All of it FREE!

K-16 + Adults:
1) BookShare http://bookshare.org
Accessible Books and Periodicals for Readers with Print Disabilities
  • Bookshare® is free for all U.S. students with qualifying disabilities, thanks to an award from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP).
  • Bookshare dramatically increases the accessibility of books. People with disabilities deserve the same ease of access to books and periodicals that people without disabilities enjoy.
  • A searchable online library. Bookshare offers approximately 90,000 digital books, textbooks, teacher-recommended reading, periodicals and assistive technology tools.
  • Readers of all ages. Bookshare offers affordable membership, unlimited library privileges and a community of Members, Volunteers, parents, publishers and authors.

Grades 4-12
1) Learning Resources is designed to help adults improve basic skills like reading and spelling using real-life stories on topics of interest to adults. Has successfully been used with struggling readers from
4th-12th grade students as well. Well-designed activities (vocabulary, sequencing, comprehension, conclusion)
for each new story have self-checking options.
http://literacynet.org/cnnsf/

2) spreeder http://www.spreeder.com/
Spreeder.com is free online speed reading software designed to improve reading speed and comprehension.