Star-Studded Student Links
Below are many educational and engaging links to wonderful websites for
students. Several will be utilized in class as part of reading, language, and
writing lessons. Practicing at home is also a great idea! Have fun!
iLEAP practice site!
Provides links for practicing skills to be tested on the third
iLEAP test to be given in April. Start today!
Practice for the third grade iLEAP test!
Fact Monster- Cool facts, games, homework center, and more!
This site has information from all over the world!
National Geographic Kids
Learning games in all academic areas
Practice your poetry skills!
Poetry for Kids
Scholastic Writing- publish work, get tips from authors, book
Discovery School- many "Brain Boosters", puzzles, and learning
Mad Libs 1
Wacky Language Fun!
Wacky Web Tales
Information on the White House
White House Kids
Math for the entire family!
Math Challenges for Families
Fun Brain Spell Check
Writing Activities for Kids
U.S.Government for Kids
Find the meanings of hard-to-define words with Dictionary.com
Lots of fun with BRAINTEASERS!
NIEHS Kids' Pages
Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes
Robert Pottle's Poetry Page
Practice With Proofreading!
Read Write Think Stapleless Book Tool
Writing With Writers Poetry
Make A Name Poem! Lots of poetry forms!
Practice spelling words or write a message and email it to Mrs.
Here is my email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a Geo Greeting!
Writing Fix lesson
Duck on a Bike
Interactive Verb Game! How many strong verbs can you use in your
The Verb Game
Learn all about the Mayflower and how the Pilgrims reached
The First Thanksgiving
A lesson using David Shannon's book, No, David!
Interjected Emotions at Writing Fix!
Using onomatopoeia words to write stories!
Rattletrap Car lesson
Write a story about floating down a river!
Daisy Comes Home lesson
Try your persuasive writing techniques!
Dear Mrs. LaRue lesson
My Many Colored Days
Use words to make graphic art!
Make a Wordle!
Learn about Mrs. Park, her life, and her advice for writers.
Interview with Barbara Park
Learn about the life of Charles Schulz, his famous comic strip, The Peanuts,
and its characters.
Charles M. Schulz Museum site
Practice sentence fluency using prepositional phrases!
Special Places to Love
Oban explains the differences in traditional literature!
Myths, Legends, and Fables