Grammar

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Idiom of the week

August 5, 2014 -- Submitted by Yukiko, a reader from London, UK, who is not affiliated with the site.

English school, Bloomsbury International provide “Idiom of the Week” : Find out the meaning, origin & example

K5 Learning

July 29, 2014 -- Submitted by Phoebe, a reader from CA, who is affiliated with the site.

K5 Learning is an online after-school study program for kids in kindergarten to grade 5. We build reading, math and study skills to last a lifetime.

Grammarcheck.net

April 23, 2013 -- Submitted by Jennifer Frost, a teacher from Bangkok, Thailand, who is affiliated with the site.

It checks for grammar and spelling mistakes, also gives alternative wording suggestions, and – of course – is free to use. I also do have a blog with daily updated English grammar lessons and exercises. Both sites are very easy to use, especially for the younger crowds.

Grammar Check

May 30, 2012 -- Submitted by Jennifer, a teacher from Bangkok, Thailand, who is not affiliated with the site.

A free online English grammar checker with instant feedback, explanations and suggestions on how to correct any mistakes that occurred.

All Write with Me

February 22, 2011 -- Submitted by Diane Owens, a reader from Orion, IL, who is affiliated with the site.

This creative writing program/community assists and motivates young writers in a safe, encouraging environment. Developed by a published author, the site reinforces the 6+1 Trait Writing Model and is designed for 4th-6th graders. The site includes tips and techniques to excite and engage readers, writing activities, story prompts and online resources. Kids can publish their writing to the site and comment on others’ posted work. They can also create stories together.

Sheppard Software’s Grammar for Kids

February 23, 2010 -- From Julia, a reader from Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, who is affiliated with the site.

I work as an Interactive Designer for Sheppard Software, and have just put the finishing touches on five heavily-animated grammar games that I think your audience would enjoy.

Writing Forms

July 15, 2009 -- From John, a teacher from Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

Learn to write a sentence or a letter, journal even a poem. These interactive games are free and come with sound and interactivity. It’s like the teacher is there with you!