Interested in language arts websites for teachers? Read on…
We asked some of our Teacher Learning Community members what language arts websites helped them most in the classroom. Here are some of their answers.
This engaging storytelling site allows students to create and illustrate their own stories with professional artwork. You can easily issue assignments, review work, assign grades, and share their stories with this highly acclaimed site. BONUS, they have a mobile app available too!
The official website of the celebrated author is definitely worth browsing. Enjoy games, puzzles, printables, and downloads for classroom use all centered around Silverstein’s classic writing. There is also section for parents and teacher explaining how to use the site.
Teachers by Scholastic – For a variety of useful printables for the language arts classroom, check out this website by Scholastic. With organizers, comprehensive worksheets, story sheets, and assessments – you’ll find a lot of useful stuff here.
Fast-paced and simple-to-use, Grammar Ninja has students identify proper grammar in a fun yet effective way. Wrong answers are explained in-depth after the word is theatrically blown up and their score is shown at the end, including penalties for errors. Great practice for younger students.
This site includes lesson plans, interactive apps, and printouts divided by recommended grades. Each lesson includes an overview, mapped standards, how-to-prepare section, and additional resources.
Which is your favorite website for language arts teachers? Tell us about it in a comment on this article.