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English Resources

Grade LevelResource Link
Free eBooks/Audiobooks
Project Gutenberg
Scribd
Audible
(K-5)Read, Read, Read! Any type of book/text.
Scholastic Learn(Pre-K-6+)Scholastic has created a free Learn at Home website. This free resource provides all students with 20* days’ worth of learning journeys that span the content areas so you can keep your students academically active while your buildings are closed. https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html
American Reading Company (K-2)In collaboration with your school, the ARC Core team wants to support your child in continuing learning during this unprecedented time. ARC has an app called ARC Bookshelf, which your child may already be using to read ebooks. To support virtual learning, ARC is adding additional resources to this app for the next month, including:
    Reading lessons to move a child from one IRLA level to the next (IRLA Toolkits).
    Grade-level mini-units that prepare your child for the last thematic unit of the year. (Research Quests).
Grades 3-12Common Lit: Free ELA resources for grades 3-12
Curriculum Associates K-8Reading*
Grade K | Grade 1 | Grade 2 | Grade 3 | Grade 4 | Grade 5 | Grade 6 | Grade 7 | Grade 8
K-6Free through end of year; engaging online materials for 29 reading levels; interactive features and quizzes. Includes material for english language learners
Grades 3-12Free, interactive online tools to help students in grades 3-12 with writing and grammar.
2nd GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
3rd GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
4th GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary

5th GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
6th GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
7th GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
8th GradeReading: literature
Reading: informational text
Vocabulary
GrammarParts of speech: the noun
Parts of speech: the verb
Parts of speech: the pronoun
Parts of speech: the modifier
Parts of speech: the preposition and the conjunction
Punctuation: the comma and the apostrophe
Punctuation: the colon, semicolon, and more
Syntax: sentences and clauses
Syntax: conventions of standard English
Usage and Style
College CompositionLink to Course
AP Literature and CompositionPart 1 (stories)
Part 2 (poems)
Part 3 (plays)
Grades 6-8
Scholastic.com
ReadTheory
NoRedInk
Newsela
ReadWriteThink
English I-IV (9-12)ACT Academy
Typing Tutorial
CommonLit
Khan Academy
English I (9th)Match Fishtank for English I
English II (10th)Match Fishtank for English II
ACT English Practice
ACT Reading Practice 
English III (11th) and English IV (12th)
American Literature on Modern States
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature on Modern States
ACT English Practice
ACT Reading Practice