Quiz or Assessment Websites:
Math Games and Websites
Mathdrills.com – a lot of free math sheets to suit your needs
Noredrink.com – a wonderful (and free) website for teaching grammar. It uses ideas that the students generate from their own interests to create lessons at their level. Best of all all of the data is reported back to you. And did I mention – It is free!
https://readtheory.org – this is a great website for students to practice reading. They are given a pre-test and then (Mrs. Sullivan username)
https://www.commonlit.org/ – FREE reading passages and tools
https://listenwise.com/ – like newsela but with listening activities and not reading (firstname.lastname@example.org)
https://newsela.com/ – a current events newspaper for kids at their level. Even with the free version you still get to assign different articles to your class. There are questions and writing prompts for each article. With the updated version (that you can get for a free trial) you can see the results of all students’ work.
CNN10 is ten minutes of the news suitable to middle years students to watch.
CBC News for Kids
https://www.tweentribune.com/ – like newsela but from Smithsonian
French or other language website:
https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/z3c6tfr – warming the goat’s voice is loud and annoying, use headphones.
Mentimetre – interactive presentation software
Tellagami – create short videos with characters (like avatars) great for kids that are shy to present in public. https://tellagami.com/