Some Great Web Tools to Help Students Reflect on Their Learning

November 30, 2015
The upcoming holidays can be a good chance for young learners to reflect upon the past year. A great way to aid that reflection is with literacy tools such as these. Read a book that mirrors their experiences. Or recap with real-life news articles. Write a short story about a notable. Or find hundreds of other resources that may better match your curriculum.

Learn about current news and events from articles written in a kid-friendly manner.

Find family-friendly websites and resources with this directory and search engine created by librarians.

Write sentences or paragraphs based on a one-word prompt to build one’s vocabulary and writing skills.

Get all kinds of quizzes, exercises, games, printables, and other resources for teaching English literacy and ESL.Want more? Check out these shelves of tools created by educators on edshelf.Reading/Language Arts Resources 

This is curated by instructional designer and online instructor Christi Collins.

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