Here you can easily write a poem about a monster and print it out. It has word banks of good words to help you.You Quote It, You Note It!
An interactive tutorial which explains what plagiarism is and the proper way to credit authors.Writing with Writers
Here writers give advice on how to improve your writing techniques covering various genres such as descriptive writing, book reviews, biographies, mysteries, folk tales, myths and news writing.Spelling City
An online spelling program where you can enter the spellings you have to learn. The program can help you learn them and then you can test yourself. You can even listen to your word in a sentence.How to Study
More than 90 free articles about how to study, hundreds of study tips, how to improve study skills and academic skills, taking tests, and more.Alphabetical Order
A simple alphabetical order game where a series of three words need to be put into order. It includes names with capital letters. It includes words where you need to look at the second letter to order. The site works well on an interactive whiteboard.Revising MacBeth
Interactive activities revising characterisation, themes and key events of Shakespeare's MacBeth, in preparation for English GCSE exams and coursework questions. There are accompanying teachers' notes. Designed for use on an interactive whiteboard.Talking Point
Talking Point is a selection of brilliant online or downloadable activities to support children’s language and communication.Word Types
Do you know your parts of speech? This site is quite a challenge as you have to spot different types of words like preposition and adverb in action and highlight them. Designed for 10 - 11 year olds.Calligraphy
Try your hand at old fashioned writing on this super Flash resource. Great for topics on Victorians. You can print out your efforts and it works well on an interactive whiteboard.