Language Arts

1. Site for leveling books


2. Link to the Berks County Library System. Click on the card 
catalog, then do a search...this works ideally when used in 
tandem with the Scholastic search for leveled books.


3. Numerous language, reading, and grammar games. Scroll down to 
the bottom and look under the "WORDS" section for the activities.


4. The very best early phonics site that I have come across.


5. A wonderful collection of word/language games


7. Create almost any type of online puzzle that you can think of.


8. Mad Libs (the stories change monthly)


10. Stories written by children...a place for students to publish 
their writing.


12. Huge collection of student language activities. Includes: 
poetry, phonics, writing, etc.


16. Many games...scroll down to the third section to find word 


18. Learn to speak Spanish, French, German, or Italian


19. Learning Spanish and sign language


20. Grow your vocabulary with these online vocab. games.


22. Poetry and word games


23. Magnetic refrigerator poetry


24. Silly poetry...most written by students


26. Many different language/reading games/activities. You will 
need to sign in (use any name for the school and state. The 
Password is: farr)


29. Word games


32. Word games in English and Spanish


35. Check out the Readaquarium section


39. Tremendous resource put out by the government with example 
worksheets of every language skill found from K-3. Scroll to the 
bottom for grades K-2.


40. Dolch practice lists and activities


44. Comprehension and grammar worksheets


48. Story starters for creative writing


50. PBS shows including: Between the Lions, Clifford, Cyberchase, 
Sesame Street, Curious George, Fetch, Arthur, Reading Rainbow, 
Zoom, and many others


51. Have a story read to you by a famous actor/actress. The books 
are all popular children's books with many follow up activities.


52. An incredible collection of academic websites that are 
aligned with the national standards. (Language Arts, Math, 
Science, Social Studies)


56. Dav Pilkey website


57. Ways to practice spelling words...numerous ideas


60. Outstanding way to practice spelling


62. Word Mayhem


63. Huge list of nonfiction books that can be read online. 
(Thanks to the Wilson School District...In upper corner select 
Green Valley Elementary School, then click on Library Tab in the 
middle of the Green Valley site, finally scroll to the bottom and 
click on Capstone Interactive at bottom)


64. Summer Reading Journal from Barnes and Noble