Elementary English: Resources for Students, Teachers and Parents
The Internet is a virtual library of elementary English language arts resources to help students practice reading, writing, spelling and more. Whether you’re a student seeking interactive word searches and scrambles, a teacher looking for new and interesting lesson plans, or a parent seeking the best literature to read at home with your child, the Elementary English Web Guide has lots of tools for learning and teaching elementary school English language arts.
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The Internet is a treasure trove of elementary school language arts teacher resources designed to enrich your classroom. Whether you’re focusing on reading, writing or another content area, the sites below can give you the practical tools you need to create stronger language arts students.
- Textbook publishers often post supplemental content on their Web sites, so if you’re working from a textbook, you may be able to find more resources there.
- When it comes to education Web sites, you can’t judge a book by its cover. Many sites with excellent content are poorly designed. Although we normally filter out these sites, we have made some exceptions to bring you the best content possible.
- We also usually avoid recommending sites that are mere directories of links to outside sources. In our education guides we make exceptions to this rule to provide teachers with more options for lesson plans and student activities. Teachers should approach directories with caution and evaluate outside links before using them in the classroom.