English Language Arts games


Visit GameGoo for some educational language games

LIttle animals works with beginning and end sounds, as well as rhyming

Click here to find educational Clifford games!

Here's Aurthur games for young students!

In depth look at author Eric Carle and access to resources.

Funbrain Reading activities offer many choices reading games.

ABCya.com offers ELA games K-5 level

Penguins on Ice is a sentence building and punctuation game.

Synonyms and Antonyms word games - Middle years

Merriam webster online dictionary and thesaurus

Doing a research project? Check out this site for tools that will help you on your way.

Vocabulary building game - highly addictive!

Create your own comic and learn more from comic creator Jim Davis on this fantastic site!

Funbrain has many great games including puzzles and "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" activities.

PrimaryPad is a great resource that allows students to collaborate. It's set up in real time and is similar to Google Docs.

Storybird is a collaborative website where you can use art work from other people in order to create a story.

Animoto is a great resource it's a fast and easy way to put a digital story together using pictures. You can also add music, and you have a very professional looking digital story!

One True Media is an easy to use site that incorporates digital pictures into storytelling.

Blabberize is a really great site that I have played with. Check out the site, the intro video will get you laughing, and hopefully give you an understanding of what this unique digital story telling site

Xtranormal is a movie making site. You can choose several 'scenes' with predetermined characters. All you have to do is type your story, and you can produce a great movie!

Flixtime is another digital story resource which is very similar to Animoto - one difference is that you can make a 60 second video for free! 30 seconds is just too short sometimes!

GoAnimate is a fun way to create a cartoon to go along with your story. There are predetermined outlines of characters that can be adapted. You can animate and upload your own sound!

ToonDoo is a fun interactive site for students to create stories and create their own characters to go along with it.

Literacy Tools/Games


Seussville this resource is - you guessed it, all games that incorporate Dr. Suess books. Great for primary elementary!

60second Recap is a website that briefly recaps a story (such as Hamlet, Lord of the Flies). Most of the recaps would be for older students, but if you search long enough, you might be able to make a connection to middle years!

Shel Silverstein (the poet) has a great interactive website, along with ideas that teachers and parents can use!

Learning Today also offers a variety of interactive Reading Games that can be helpful for the classroom teacher.

Harry Potter


Harry Potter crosswords

Harry Potter website and information!


Mythology Work


Check out MythWeb for some great information on Greek gods and Heroes

Here's another interesting website with information about many types of mythical characters!

Myths and Legends is a site that allows students to read and interact with digital legends and myths, and it is also a place that they can construct their own. This site has a read aloud feature as well as sounds that can be added to the stories. Great resource!

Video games and places to create video games


Check out this great computer game all about mythology!
Ready to create your own video game? Check out Atmosphir and let the design begin!

All things Rick Riordan


Visit this site to learn all about the author as well as the books he has written and tips for aspiring writers.

Here is the wikipedia entry about the life and times of Rick Riordan.

Stay up to date with all the latest Rick Riordan news by following his official blog posts!