Classroom web pages are becoming a popular source of innovative
support and motivation for students, teachers, library media specialists
and parents. The online article Web
Page Creation Supports Student Reading, Writing, and Learning in a Variety
of Ways provides links to webpages from schools,
library media centers, classrooms, home school environments and even by
children themselves. The article's author, Joyce Melton Pages, explains
a variety of ways in which web pages can support children's language and
literacy. Below, you'll find a list of classroom web pages in Grades 3
and 4 that exemplify a web page's many styles and purposes in the literacy
Third Grade Classroom Webpages
- Albert Root
Elementary Magnet School features a wonderful
third grade Celebrate the World project, links to webquests
for students, and a special Website of the Week.
- Clow School Third Grade Spotlight includes a photo gallery of different projects, student writing samples, and a Third Grade Schoolbag of online resources.
Academy Third Grade in Pennsylvania includes links to projects,
activities, and an online ramp to Internet resources that focus on curriculum
Davidson's Class has a nice grid of real-life activities, samples
of student work, and many ways to tie the Internet into their themes
- Mrs. Dingham's Third Grade: view student work, online scavenger hunts and projects, favorite books lists, and favorite links.
- Mrs. Eckland's Third Grade Class features a slideshow of a "day in third grade."
Sunda's Gifted Resource Program includes many
award-winning examples of projects published by gifted third and fourth
graders on topics like poetry, tall tales, mysteries, biographies, fables,
and even verbs.
Grade Class Homepage from Warren School in Illinois with an interesting
division between a creation of girl and boy websites.
Fourth Grade Classroom Webpages
This page last updated June, 2007.