The resources on this page are based on the theme Tell Me a Story in Grade K of Houghton Mifflin's Invitations to Literacy program.

Bibliography

Here is a bibliography of supplementary books that include cross-curricular connections and books that meet individual needs. Click here for the latest update

Activities

Help yourself to these extension activities. You can print them out and use them in your classroom.

Links

Here are some links to sites on the Internet that relate to Tell Me a Story.

Myths and Legends
If you've been searching for a particular myth or legend on the Internet, Myths and Legends is a great place to start. No matter if you're searching for Basque creation tales, Chinese legends, Arthurian ballads, or stories from Mesopotamia, you will find links to all these items, plus hundreds more, accompanied by useful, informative text. Myths and Legends is the project of Christopher B. Siren, a student at the University of New Hampshire.
http://pubpages.unh.edu/~cbsiren/myth.html
Story Box
Read books online! Robert Lewis, the author, has created Story Box Children's Stories online. Take some time to read his books with your special friends.
http://www.dreambox.com/storybox/storybox.htm