PAEC - Literacy
ReadWorks is a nonprofit organization that works to improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement in reading comprehension. Here you will find literacy lessons and reading passages that focus on specific age groups, reading levels, or reading strategies.
ThinkCERCA is a comprehensive literacy platform to personalize critical reading, writing, and thinking instruction.
ReadWriteThink provides educators, parents, and after school professionals with access to the highest quality practices in reading and language arts instruction by offering the very best in free materials.
Newsela is a database of current events stories tailor-made for classroom use. Indexed by broad themes, stories are both student-friendly and can be accessed in different formats by reading level.
CommonLit provides reading passages and progress tracking tools for grades 5-12.
Into the Book allows students can look into different reading strategies, learn what it takes to practice them, and then practice them. There are great videos with a clear voice that really help students to better their use of reading strategies. The reading strategies that are available to practice here are: summarizing, inferring, making connections, synthesizing, visualizing, questioning, evaluating, and using prior knowledge.
Storyline Online is sponsored by the Entertainment Industry Foundation. It has a variety of children's book read by varying celebrities and other famous figure.
Creative Writing Prompts has hundreds of creative writing prompts. Simply hover over the number(s) and choose the one the best sparks your interests of fits your needs.
Tween Tribune has a lot of current event articles for 'tweens.' The lexile reading level can even be changed to reach the reading level of the student/child you are working with.
English for Everyone has multiple resources for Literacy and Language arts and are simple to download and print!
K12 Reader is full of resources for Literacy and Language Arts to aid in meeting the needs of all students!