Language Arts Resources
Welcome to Dr. Seuss' quirky, rhyming online playground. It's a place
where those favorite characters from Dr. Seuss' books come to life to
engage, educate and entertain kids. The site features interactive Shockwave
games, printable games, flipbooks, crafts, contests, and chat (with the Cat
in the Hat, no less).
Authors on the Web
- Click on the Mark Twain link and you'll see a link to the complete text
of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" - on a John Steinbeck
link there is a scholarly synopsis of "The Grapes of Wrath" and
"Of Mice and Men." Dozens of authors are linked
Dictionary.com - If you're
among the grammatically challenged, this may be the site for you.
This site is a hub for all the top dictionaries, thesauri, and stylebooks,
and it also offers some basic English language tutorials.
English Consulting - Answers to common questions (is it
"it's" or "its")
Merriam-Webster - Online dictionary and
thesaurus - can't find your dictionary? Look it up online in
Online Books Home Page
- A directory of books that can be freely read right on the Internet
- The complete works of William Shakespeare - including search
capabilities (look up "to be, or not to be; that is the
question" - it's in Hamlet, Act 3, Scene 1 - hyperlink to that
section and find the complete text.