The Reading is Fundamental program has a nice website with ideas about reading with your child and how to get them interested in reading. Many of the ideas seem practical and helpful. This site focuses more on getting kids interested in reading than on specific ideas for skill activities.
This website is a free, commercial website that has some interesting activities and features. On the main page, they have a way to sign up for kids to take quizzes after they have read books. That may be ok (or too much like school), but they have some other ideas that look interesting.
Access one of the interesting features by clicking on the Kids Zone and selecting the "Book Finder". This takes you to the "Help Me Find a Book" page where Bailey Bookmark can help suggest books. Your child can indicate the reading level and the types of books in which they might be interested, and they will get a list of titles.
This site is from a Texas school district and has links to eleven different types of suggestions.
Among the best are:
Phrases that Encourage which are statements that you can use with your child as he or she reads aloud. Many of them focus on the way your child tries to figure out tricky words.
Questions for Reading which lists questions that can be used either before, during, and after reading to focus your child on the meaning of the story. Use just a few of these with a book rather than the whole list.
Breaking the Sound-It-Out Barrier gives suggestions about what to say to help your child figure out an unknown word instead of just "sound it out".