• Links for you to use:



    » Grammar Interactive Exercises May be helpful for your students to review grammar.



    » ask ERIC Search by subject area; all grade levels represented. Lessons that are submitted must follow selection criteria so you are assured of getting something decent.

    » Awesome Library-Teachers Click a subject then a hot topic; results are dependent upon subject but include other helpful sub-headings in addition to lesson plans.

    » Blue Web'n This is a huge online library of Internet sites categorized by subject, grade level, and format (lessons, activities, projects, resources, references, & tools). Popular links are indicated by “hot” and links also have stars for rating.


    » In Search of the Novel Professional development for teaching literature.

    » Literature Learning Ladders  Newbery titles

    » School Island
    All students in grades 7-12 have an ID and password for this site. Some teachers have created assignments for students to complete. All students can create their own reviews for Middle School Language Arts, Social Studies, Math and Science or for all High school regents exams.

    » Literature Webquests Matrix from San Diego State University. Excellent resource.

    » MidLink Magazine  Publish student work online; participate in collaborative projects; browse teacher tools. Fantastic site geared for Middle school.

     » Kidbiz  Kidbiz provides reading comprehension activities using    current events.  If you have already set up your account in school, you can access this from any computer with an Internet connection. 



    » The Write Site
    Multimedia language arts curriculum for middle school. Students learn journalism skills.