Middle School Resources

Inklewriter by Inklestudios helps students tell interactive stories, similar to a choose-your-own-adventure book. This free tool is a great way to combine computer skills & creative writing and get students excited about writing in an easy, accessible way. They can even share their stories with anyone for free!

iCivics Games give students a fun way to learn about government processes and don’t require any prior knowledge. Games are browsable by topics like the branches of government, the constitution, and international affairs.

LitPick transforms students into book critics! It offers free electronic books to students grades 4-12 and provides an outlet to develop and post reviews for other students to read. They can even participate in discussion forums with authors, publishers, and publicists.

CoolMath is a resource for students 13+ for games and homework help in pre-algebra, algebra, and precalculus.

LD Online offers several different methods to teaching vocabulary and is specifically tailored to children with ADHD and other learning disabilities. However, its tips are useful in helping any student struggling to expand written or spoken vocabulary.