Interactive Language Arts Websites
Learning Planet 
Letters, sounds, parts of speech; for students in K-5
Play Kids Games
Alphabet and vocabulary games for all ages
Internet 4 Classrooms 
Use the Language Arts links under each grade level
ABC Teach 
This site has some forms that older kids can use to do reports.  It also has lots of printable ABC activities for the little ones, including flash cards and coloring sheets.
Kids Reads 
Students of all grades can find information about books - book reviews, books in series, author information, podcasts, etc.
Reading Planet 
Reading and writing games for students in grades 2-5.  Check out the "Game Station" and "Book Zone" areas!
Soft Schools 
Good phonics practice for K-2 students
Enchanted Learning 
Printable books, online picture dictionary; for students and teachers
Game Goo 
Games for K-5 students; alphabet matching, parts of speech, rhyming
Toon University 
PreK-5th grade students can enjoy learning with games for spelling, reading comprehension, and more
Education Place 
Find your grade level and explore the activities online; from Houghton Mifflin Company
PBS Kids 
Explore with your favorite characters like Clifford and Arthur; you'll find lots of fun, interactive stories and games
I Know That 
Language Arts games and activities for students of all ages
Starfall 
Fun interactive stories for younger K-1 students
Professor Garfield 
Beginning/ending sounds matching game for K-1 students
Reading Sparkers 
Phonics skills for first and second grade students
Language Arts Fun 
Filled with hundreds of activities for letter learning, spelling, reading, and more
ReadWriteThink 
Match beginning, middle, and ending sounds; also long and short vowels
  Rat Race 
Move Rodney Rat to catch falling shapes, words, or parts of speech based on your grade level

Elementary School Success Web Content Service
 



DIBELS
The DIBELS assessment (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) measures thedib five "big ideas" in reading. "The measures were developed to assess student development of phonological awareness, alphabetic understanding, accuracy and fluency reading connected text, vocabulary and comprehension. Each measure has been thoroughly researched and demonstrated to be a reliable and valid indicator of early literacy development." Learn more about the "big ideas" in reading by clicking here.

K-6 Benchmark Goals

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