Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above.
Flocabulary has song activities & videos to learn vocabulary at all levels
K12 Reader has sentence structure worksheets, grammar, spelling, and other resources
Teen Ink houses magazines, books, and websites written by teens since 1989
Google Scholar is a search engine for students that provides scholarly articles on topics students type in keywords to find. Many of the scholarly articles are free and students can click to get MLA, APA, or Chicago style citation. Students simply copy and paste into a reference page.
The Owl of Purdue is a site that provides writing guides for MLA, APA, Chicago, and AMA style formatting. Students can see examples of papers formatted in these styles. They can look at examples of in-text citations and formatting a Works Cited page.
Cite This For Me is a Chrome extension and website to help students easily cite sources in MLA, APA, or Harvard style formats. Use the free extension which allows students to click on any website and quickly cite the source.
The Citation Machine is a website where students can easily cite sources in MLA, APA, or Chicago style formats. Students choose between the auto-fill and manual entry mode.