LA Resources



Want to practice your reading and writing skills from home?
Follow these links to get started.


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Use Kiddle.co instead of Google. This search engine is made for kids.





Mrs.B's LA padlet site  
links to games and activities related to LA skills


Handwriting Practice
Still struggling to make your writing neat and clear?  These sites let you create your own worksheets (printing or cursive practice)


Reading Support
  • AR Book Finder  (Accelerated Reader): This online database of books gives a Book Level to help you find books that are just right.  The Book Level gives an approximate grade level based on the vocabulary and difficulty. (Example BL 4.3 means an average reading for a grade 4 student of 3 months)  Type in the title or author to see the BL of the novel or story book.
  • Your Next Read: This site helps to give suggestions for books to read based on a novel that you've enjoyed.
  • Reader's theater is a great way to practice reading fluency.  Check out some of these websites for scripts:  teaching heart   stories to grow by

Poetry and writing help


Forgot your spelling things at school? 
  • Weekly Spelling Word Lists - Students will receive their 10 word list on Monday when we do a pretest.  If they are not at school for the pretest then can get a copy when they return, or the lists are all available by following the link.

  • Weekly Spelling Assignment List - Along with studying their words, students have one short brain activity to complete using their word list.   The assignment due is printed on the page in the spelling duotang, but if that doesn't make it home, you cam always see the assignment list here too!

Want another way to practice learning your spelling words?
Enter your own word list (carefully, without any errors) and then play games that use your own spelling words.