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The Able Writer has helpful tips in a handbook.

Alphabet Superhighway includes a Writing Center.

Basic Prose Style and Mechanics is a great introduction to style and is also good for a "refresher" course.

CCI's Writing Process for Research or Literary Essays assists the student with those tough research projects.

Children's Books Central is a directory of directories for sites related to children's books. It is a place to start for the writers, readers, collectors, illustrators, librarians, teachers, parents, publishers, storytellers and kids

Cursive Connections  Use this site for those students who need review for students in penmanship fluency or as extra practice with your own program. Look for the 80 page workbook available on the site.  There are two available versions - modern and traditional.

Darling's Guide to Grammar and Good Writing is another helpful site.

Education 4 Kids provides online alphabet and vocabulary drills

Educational Software for Teachers and Students includes tutorials and drills. Topics include recognizing subjects and verbs; parts of speech; recognizing simple, complex, compound, and compound/complex sentences; clause types (adverb, adjective, noun); sentence patterns (subject-verb-direct object, etc.); verbals; capitalization; punctuation; pronoun/case.

The Eight Parts of Speech is about - well, the eight parts of speech.

Elementary Grammar has a good introduction and could be used for reviewing material.

Elements of Style is William Strunk Jr.'s guide to writing, now online.

For Young Writers is a good site for young, gifted writers. - Phonics provides online phonics teaching.

First Steps:  Parents and Children and Reading shares ideas from a former teacher.

Grammar & Style Notes includes brief listings and explanations of English grammar and style.

Institute for Multi-Sensory Education specializes in reading instruction training programs of the Orton-Gillingahm method. Not necessarily a true phonetic method, this one is language based, multi-sensory, success oriented, and sequential.

Keeping Kids Reading Page includes tips for keeping kids of the plug and play" generation interested in reading.

Kristine George's Poetry Pages not only has information on this author's books, the site also includes sections especially geared for teachers and students. gives students the chance to interactively learn spelling, phonics, alphabetical order, rhyming, punctuation and capitalization. It's a self paced curriculum with built in rewards and certificates.  For the parent/teacher, it provides weekly tips, related articles, and a free newsletter.

Punctuation Made Plain is a source of help for the high school student.

Reading Comprehension offers a new reading comprehension practice sheet, usually for grades 4-6, each week from September through June.

RHL School provides hundreds of free worksheets in English subjects and reading comprehension.

School - Stuff also offers reading comprehensions sheets for students from grades 4-6.

Study Web - Grammar and Composition is an excellent, thorough guide to grammar and the art of composition writing.

Tampa's Reading Place features reading worksheets from the alphabet to vocabulary, from phonics categories to word lists and from the basics of sentence writing to the particulars of paragraph writing

Third Floor Publishing is a source of encouragement in teaching the art of writing.

Wordsmiths - Home of Jensen's Grammar provides parents, teachers and students helpful English materials.

Write Site is geared for "middle school" students (usually grades 6-9). In this multimedia language arts curriculum, students learn and use the techniques of professional journalists.

Writing a Basic Essay offers the basics and tips of essay writing.

Writing and Grammar Resources features useful links on these two subjects.

Vocabulary University sports free vocabulary puzzles for the word buff.



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