Great Places to Start
of Using the Internet in Grades PreK-3: An
alphabetical list of 40 Internet starting points to use with younger
and the WWW from Scholastic provides links
to many online interactive alphabet games for K-2 students.
Myths and Legends, an interesting compilation of stories revolving
around this theme
the Lions: a wonderful companion website to
the PBS television program backed with lots of research about good literacy
instruction; see sitemap
for this week's activities
- Billy Bear's
Playground includes many, many fun activities
for beginning readers and writers.
Language Arts Links has some unique online
phonics and alphabet games, word finds and writing opportunities.
Childhood Technology Literacy Project includes
project ideas, training resources, student samples, literacy lesson
plans, assessment ideas.
Learning will keep you busy through the entire
year with craft ideas, tons of background information and pictures for
students and well developed thematic
units on many school topics
- Kiddyhouse Resource
Center for Parents and Teachers has lots of
activities and literature
based resources designed just for young children.
features read-aloud picture books, sing-along songs, video song books,
poetry, story-writing and illustrating contests and learning games designed
for children ages 2-12.
from Harcourt School Publishers includes grade
level quizzes and word finds.
Games in Reading as well as Math, Social Studies,
Science and Writing
Search Engines with Young Children by Julie Coiro has links and
searching tips for young children and their teachers.
Classroom Teacher Recommendations
This page last updated May, 2007.