www.educationworld.com Check out Every-Day Edits-these are short paragraphs that always have 10 errors in capitalization, punctuation, spelling or grammar. The answers are provided so a parent may want to print out the paragraphs. Recommended for Grades 4 and up.
www.kidsreads.com Book/Author reviews for students of all ages; younger students will need parent support. This site does not provide activities; just book recommendations.
https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/learnathome.html At home learning activities by grade levels; choose “For Families” tab or go directly to your child’s grade level
www.starfall.com Choose Parent-Teacher tab, then Free Resources for ELA and Math practice sheets. Recommended grades: PreK-3
www.springfieldlibrary.org Choose “Children” tab for links to online game websites
www.sikids.com Sports Illustrated for Kids magazine website-sports news articles
www.timeforkids.com Online articles for students in grades K-6
www.magickeys.com/books ABC Fast Phonics lessons and online children’s stories for a variety of age levels from young to young adult
www.rangerrick.org/magazines Sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation-you may choose 1-2 free articles, but also access to crafts, activities and videos. Recommended for ages 7-12
www.lagrangelibrary.org Stream and download many resources with your LaGrange Public Library card.
www.chipublib.org/kids/ Chicago Public Library site-access to online resources, Kids Blog and book recommendations. Some features require a library card to access.
www.goodreads.com Search this database of books and reviews.
www.storylineonline.net Stories for students in grade K-4 read by actors, most with activity guides.
www.teachyourmonstertoread.com Free (computer version) phonics and reading games for PreK-Grade 1; also available as an app for $4.99
www.flocabulary.com Videos for many subjects and grade levels.
www.funbrain.com Reading and math activities
www.mathblaster.com Games and worksheets for Pre-Gr. 7; also has algebra activities so it might work for 8th graders.
www.multiplication.com Don’t let the name fool you, they also have addition, subtraction and division games and worksheets.
www.hoodamath.com Math games for K-8
www.mathgametime.com PreK-grade 7
www.thinkmath.edc.org Activities for grades K-5
www.duolingo.com Many students are already using Duo Lingo but if your child hasn’t tried it you may want to take a look.