I am a first grade teacher and in my class I have many students who are advanced readers. Does anyone know of any programs or websites that I can use to provide them with enrichment activities? Hopefully something where students can read a story or passage and answer comprehension questions.

Thank you! 

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QR codes are a great start that are fun and get kids involved with technology and understanding how to write coding. This can be seen as enrichment because it is more than just showing them a game or "fun activity" it is actually teaching them how to create technology on their own. 

RAZ Kids is a great resource.  Teachers can also manage kids' accounts.  Kids can scaffold up and there are interactive Q&A's after each book.  Really great tool!

Have you tried Scholastic’s Bookflix webpage? It’s a site that brings stories to life by turning them into animated short cartoons. After the story, students can answer questions, match vocabulary and more. I know students who have thoroughly enjoyed watching the clips and completing the activities at the end.



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