This online resources helps middle school students improve their literacy. The site provides games and 120 hours of supplemental resources.
Free to teachers and students affected by COVID-19, this online platform helps students improve their online reading skills.
Teachers can access free digital lesson library online to help their student improve their reading abilities. They can use the website’s tools to share lessons with students and track their progress.
Students affected by COVID-19 can use this resource to improve their writing skills through proof readings, editing, and other resources.
Families can explore more than 6,000 historic children’s books at the online library. Access to stories and their historical illustrations are available for free.
Students can access all 51 volumes of the Harvard Classics for free which contain works such as The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Beowulf, The Confessions of St. Augustine, various Greek plays, and more.
Students can listen to more than 5,000 free audio books in the public domain at Librivox.
This platform offers reading instruction, tools, games, and quizzes for students (grades 6-12) to help them improve their vocabulary. The program is free until the end of the school year.
Students can enjoy a 90 day free trial on this online platform which aims to motivate students to write more. The program is appropriate for children grades 1-8.
Enjoy a 90 day free trial of this program which helps students improve their reading skills.
This online programs helps students improve their vocabulary and is available free of charge for 30 days. Parents can also access free vocabulary sheets.
During COVID-19, Audible is offering hundreds of free audio books to children.
Students with dyslexia, cerebral palsy, and other barriers can access more than 800,000 free ebooks. The online library offers a broad selection of books, ranging from educational texts to leisure reading.
K-9 students can access thousands for free ebooks on this online platform until June 30, 2020. Children can enjoy reading for fun and educational purposes.
Children can access more than 2,000 free fiction and non-fiction titles at this online platform.
Free for 60 days, this resource aims to help struggling readers by providing chapter books and interactive learning experiences for students at the second and third grade reading levels.
The online platform is offering free access for 6 months to its learning database. Students can use it to learn more about history, food, and culture through videos, maps, and content.
Students (ages 13-18) can use this resource to enter free monthly writing competitions.
This resource provides worksheets and videos to help students (ages 6-10) improve their writing skills for free.
Students (grades 2-8) can access free writing lessons at this website. They can sign up for free weekly video lessons which also provide access to a writing curriculum.
This online platform is offering its services free of charge for the remainder of the school year. Students can improve the writing skills, and the program aims to encourage students to practice writing daily essays.
Students can improve their writing skills using this free resource. Students can also access the OWL Youtube Channel to see lessons on grammar, rhetoric, and more.
Boston University offers lesson plans for books such as Charlotte’s Web and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. These lessons specifically aim to provide children with examples of virtue and help them understand how to improve their character.
LightSail provides free access (until June 30th) to its K-12 literacy platforms. Students can access 6,000 fiction and non-fiction books.
Students and young adults can sign up at Edeo Academy to receive one-on-one online English and writing tutoring. The first session is free.
Children can watch videos of readings of illustrated classics like The Kissing Hand, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, and A Bad Case of Stripes, for free.
The platform provides online DIY lessons. Learners can also purchase study guides and other educational resources.
The platform provides access to more than 60,000 free book online. Popular titles include Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Pride and Prejudice, Little Women, and Frankenstein.
A free online platform that can help children learn various languages such as French, German, and Spanish.
A free online resource that helps develop writing and grammar skills for students.