Since 1993, the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Foundation has been committed to championing children's literacy. 'Storyline Online' features professional (SAG) actors reading notable children's books and extending supplemental activities for each book co-developed by an early literacy specialist. Content is available online 24/7 free of charge -- and ultimately is intended to ensure that every child with Internet access can be read (and enjoy the benefits of) a bedtime story.
Entertainment Industry Fundation-Storyline nline
My Rotten Redheaded Older Brother

First Grade ALD Read Aloud and Making Meaning
Mouse Soup - Long Ago and Far Away (1992)
The Lion and the Mouse - 1980s Animated Fable Cartoon
Classic Folk Tales: The Rainbow Bird
Kids Stories - Indian Folk Tales - Keep your Word
Goldilocks And The Three Bears (1939) MGM
The Sentence Song ♫♪♫ 1'52"
Reading rainbow- money
How to make silver coins
How to make coins
Reading Rainbow- How Trash Is Recycled
Pete Seeger Reads 'Abiyoyo' on Reading Rainbow
Fairytales - Classic Reading Rainbow
Mister Rogers Neighborhood Work 1529 part 1
Magic School Bus In The Rain Forest
Reading Graphic and Printable
Graphic Organizers for Reading Common Core
Preposition Conjunction Pronouns Song Main Idea Song School rock:Pronoun Subject and PredicatesAdjective Subject & Predicates adverb nouns Singular and Plural interjections verbverb song noun song quotation songMaking Meaning weeks 1-4 vocabulary Makng Meaning Weeks 5-8 vocabularies Making Meaning words weeks 9-12
Corduroy Rainbow Fish The Gruffalo Room on the Broom Grouchy Ladybug The Little Seed The Sight Word Song First Grade Words Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum How Much I Love You Little David and the Purple Crayon Snowy Day Snowy Day No More King The Great America Melting Pot Polar Bear What Do You Hear?Franklins New Friend
Franklin's New Friend Read Aloud Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday Legend of the Indian Paintbrush Legend of the Bluebonnet The Legend of the Poinsettia By Mrs. Knott The Gingerbread Man Richard Scarry - The Gingerbread Man [1/2] (CC) Groundhog Day (2014 HD) Groundhog Day by Gail Gibbons Bringing Spring--Peep's Groundhog Day episode
The Story of Nian - Learn Chinese Culture about Chinese New
Chinese New Year - Chinese culture about how Chinese people
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
The Three Billy goats gruff song by Frank Luther
opposite 3
opposite 2
opposite 1
adjective 3
adjective 2
adjective 1
Job 8 mins
Rooster's Off To See The World by Eric Carle
The Tiny Seed by Eric Carle
The tiny seed
Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?
Brown Bear What Do You See
Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See?
Panda Bear What Do You See
Are You My Mother?
Are you my mother
The Monster at the end of this Book
Monster at the end of this book
Read-Aloud! Green Eggs and Ham
Read aloud
The Lorax -- Dr. Seuss
The Lorax (ebook) E-book
High frequency words
High Frequency Words

Frog and Toad

How to Make Action Origami Jumping Frogs
Frog and Toad are Friends - Excerpt
Frog and Toad - Dragons and Giants
Toads Dream
A Swim
Frog and Toad are Friends "A Lost Button" by Arnold Lobel
Frog and Toad Together: A List
Words and Pictures - Frog And Toad - List - Part 2
Days with Frog and Toad "The Kite" by Arnold Lobel
Frog and Toad Are Friends v2 (17 minutes)
Days with Frog and Toad "Shivers"
Heather Dorniden's Inspiring 600 meter race
Mad Hops Jump Rope Team CU Show Halftime show
Firecrackers Jumprope Team at Lakota West
Muffin Songs - If You Are Happy and you know it
Muffin Songs - Play the Game Medley | A Ram Sam Sam
Muffin Songs - Do Re Mi - Music Man (Medley)
Muffin Songs-peas
Good Night Gorilla
Pete the Cat I love my white shoes

Week 1 Quick as Cricket by Audry Wood, illustrated by Don Wood
Quick as a Cricket
Vocabulary words: rapidly, delighted, bold, timid

Week 2 When I Was Little by Jamie Lee Curtis, illustrated by Laura Cornell
When I Was Little
Vocabulary words: memory, independent, disgusting, delicious

Week 3 Where Do I Live? by Neil Chesanow, illustrated by Ann Losa
A Busy Year
Vocabulary words: private, public, neighborhood, cooperate

Week 4 It's Mine! by Leo Lionni
It's Mine
Vocabulary words: quarrel, rumble, tremble, peaceful

Week 5 Matthew and Tilly by Rebecca C. Jones, illustrated by Beth Peck
Vocabulary words: rescue, crabby, stomp, wonder

Week 6 McDuff and the Baby by Rosemary Wells, illustrated by Susan Jeffers
McDuff and the Baby
Vocabulary words: arrive, admire, hope, squint

Week 7 Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes
Vocabulary words: miserable, possession, humorous, beam

Week 8 Caps for Sale by Esphyr Slobodkina
Cape For Sale
Vocabulary words: ordinary, extraordinary, fatigued, refreshed

Week 9 Curious George Goes to an Ice Cream Shop edited by Margret Rey and Alan J. Shalleck
Vocabulary words: curious, masterpiece, scold, rush

Week 10 Peter's Chair by Ezra Jack Keats
Peter's Chair
Vocabulary words: mutter, arrange, collapse, resent

Week 11 Did You See What I Saw? Poems about School
Vocabulary words: glide, thrilling, bob, tug

Week 12 In the Tall, Tall Grass by Denise Fleming
In the Tall, Tall Grass
Vocabulary words: munch, dart, glow, lunge

Week 13 Sheep Out to Eat by Nancy Shaw, illustrated by Margot Apple
Sheep Out to Eat
Vocabulary words: appetite, chomp, commotion, pout

Week 14 The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats
Snowy Day
Vocabulary words: frigid, pile, firm, adventure

Week 15 An Extraordinary Eggs by Leo Lionni

Vocabulary words: appear, exclaim, astonish excursion

Week 16 George Washington and the General's Day by Frank Murphy
George Washington, the First President

Vocabulary words: hero, track, persevere, respect
Graphic Organizers for Reading Common Core

Week 17 Down the Road by Alice Schertle
Vocabulary words:
Wobble: Wobble means "move unsteadily from side to side."
Meadow: A meadow is "a big, grassy field."
Fond: If you are found of something or someone, you like the thing or person very much.
Sob: Sob means "cry with short gasps of breath." When you sob, you cry so hard that it is difficult for you to catch your breath.
Week 18 Hearing by Sharon Gordon
Vocabulary words
Audible: Audible means “loud enough to be heard.” If a sound is audible, you can hear it.
Inaudible: Inaudible means “not loud enough to be heard.” If a sound is inaudible, you cannot hear it.
Faint: Faint means “difficult to hear.” A faint sound is so soft you can barely hear it.
Ear-splitting: Ear-splitting means “very loud.” An ear-splitting sound is so loud it.
Week 19 A Good Night's Sleep by Allan Fowler
Vocabulary words
Doze: Doze means “fell asleep and take a short nap.”
Plenty: Plenty means “a lot.”
Essential: If something is essential, you need it. You cannot do without it.
Store: Store means “keep something to use later.”

Week 20 Dinosaur Babies by Lucille Recht Penner, illustrated by Peter Barrett
Vocabulary words
Evidence: Evidence is “fact, object, or signs that help prove something is true.”
Protect: Protect means “keep someone or something safe from harm or danger.”
Perilous: Perilous means “very dangerous.”
Gigantic: Gigantic means “very, very big.”

Week 21 A Kangaroo Joey Grows Up by Joan Hewett, Photographs by Richard Hewett
Kangaroos hopping to water - BBC Wildlife
Vocabulary words
Spring: Spring means “jump or leap up quickly.”
Provide: Provide means “give something that is wanted or needed.”
Lickety-split: Lickety-split means “fast.”
Tag along: Tag along means “follow or go somewhere with someone.”

Week 22 A Harbor Seal Pup Grows Up by Joan Hewett, photographs by Richard Hewett
Harbor Seal Growing Up Fast
Vocabulary words
Scoot: Scoot means “move quickly.”
Tip: tip means “make something lean or fall over.”
Release: Release means “let someone or something go free or let go of something.”
Survive: Survive means “stay alive.”
Week 23 Throw Your Tooth on the Roof, A Look at Teeth
Vocabulary words
Solid: Solid means “hard and firm.”
Mushy: Mushy means “soft and wet.”
Impossible: If something is impossible, it cannot happen or it cannot be done/
Possible: If something is possible, it can happen or it can be done.

Week 24 Raptors! By Lisa McCourt, illustrated by Monika Popowitz
Raptor Force Birds of Prey Nature Documentary HD)
Vocabulary words
Powerful: Powerful means “very strong.”
Discover: Discover means “find something, especially something that was hidden or lost.”
Ferocious: Ferocious means “violent and dangerous.”
Surroundings: Your surroundings are “the place you are in and all the people and things around you.”
Week 25 A Day in the Life of a Garbage Collector
Vocabulary words
Contents: Contents are “the words, pictures and other information in a book.” Contents also means “things that are found inside of something such as a can, box, or bag.
Inspect: Inspect means “look carefully at something.”
Dump: Dump means “empty or unload something in a rough or careless way.” You dump something you are not worried about damaging or breaking such as garbage or dirt.
Week 26 An Elephant Grows by Anastasia Suen, illustrated by Michael L. Denman and William J. Huiett
Vocabulary words
Popular: Popular means “liked or used by many.”
Gather: Gather means “come or bring together in one place or group.”
Remain: Remain means “stay.”
Week 27 Julius by Angela Johnson, illustrated by Dav Pilkey
Vocabulary words
Affectionate: Affectionate means “showing that you like or love someone.”
Impolite: Impolite means “rude or not well mannered or polite.”
Untidy: Untidy mean “messy or not neat.”
Tidy: Tidy means “neat or not messy.”