Free online books for 4th graders? Let’s hook you up!
The best resource for free online books for 4th graders is Get Epic. It’s free for teachers and there is a small monthly fee if parents want their kids to use it at home. (They waived the fee through June 2021.)
You can enter students manually or import them from Google Classroom. Or students can sign up with a code.
Watch the video below to learn more about what you’ll get!
These free online books for 4th graders include fiction and non-fiction titles. PLUS — there are graphic novels, read-to-me texts, and audiobooks. And there are videos ranging from the silly to science.
When you start, let students explore! There’s loads to discover on Epic Books.
Storyline Online features a limited amount of picture books that suit a range of ages. Celebrities like Wanda Sykes, Betty White, Oprah Winfrey, and Al Gore read each book aloud.
These books are wonderful for your reluctant readers. They’re also great for modeling fluency when reading aloud!
Storyline Online includes these beloved titles:
Tumblebooks: Maybe Free
Tumblebooks requires a subscription, but your school may have one. (Many do.) So this may be free in your district! If they do have one, see if you can share the log-in information with parents and students.
Now It’s Your Turn!
Tell us in the comments below:
- How do you see online books improving your classroom?
- OR … What titles did you discover on these sites you think other 4th grade teachers should check out?
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