Games sorted by grade level for learning letters, spelling, and making words, as well as math and holiday games.
A free aspect of this teacher resource tool for reading passages, includes multiple choice or written response comprehension questions.
Reinforcing phonics and grammar, this site offers a variety of activities for student practice
Book Adventure is a fun, free way to motivate your child to read! K–8 students can find a book, take quizzes on what they've read, and earn prizes for their reading success.
A comprehensive website that allows access to multiple resources for help with organizing thoughts and writing for different style genres. There are graphic organizers and tools for comprehension, reading fluency, grammar, critical thinking, spelling, and much more.
This site provides strategies for becoming a better speller, memory aids for spelling, words to watch out for, and more!
Many activities are available with a free student account! To get started, click on "Sample Lists" and choose any list you like. Then try the Teach Me, Test Me, or Play a Game links.
Enjoy a variety of games for parts of speech, spelling, word play, and more! There are some world language games, too.
A free public service to teach children to read with phonics, offering more challenge and first-grade skills than the original site, Starfall.
A K12-developed supplemental online reading and writing skills practice and enrichment product for K–3 students.
An online streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children's books aloud!
A reading comprehension resource for K–4 students and teachers with online interactive activities.
The Spaghetti Book Club website is a place for kids who love to read and talk about books! It's the largest site of book reviews written and illustrated by kids for kids. The Spaghetti Book Club was created as a way to support and encourage kids' love for reading by giving them an opportunity to connect on a personal level with the books they are reading and then share their reactions, thoughts, and opinions with family members, friends, and kids around the world.
Links to concepts and skills for language arts and reading for the fourth-grade level.
Standards-based links and grade-level "Skillbuilders" to help students practice, at home or in the classroom, what they've been taught.
As a parent, you can create a FREE teacher account to access short videos and additional teaching resources for K–5 math.
This website provides a free login to use with fact fluency practice. Check with your teacher to see whether they have an account set up for you already.
AAA Math features a comprehensive set of interactive arithmetic lessons. Unlimited practice is available on each topic, which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
Why is math taught so differently now? Click HERE for a great resource.