Language Resources and Links
Pre-K Smarties has a list of rules of reading that often give beginning readers problems.
Electronic Texts Latin Resources
Guide to Grammar and Writing
Schoolhouse Rock YouTube video can't be beat for describing nouns in an entertaining fashion.
Need to know more about nouns-check out this page sponsored by Capital Community College Foundation Guide to Grammar and Writing
Do you need to brush up on your homonyms? Here are 52 self guided quizzes on homonyms. Or perhaps you would just like view a huge list of homonyms for review or fun.
Confused by homophones, homographs, homonyms and heteronyms definitions, Fiction Factor provides definitions and examples.
Wind in the Willows
Read online at Project Gutenburg
Obtain downloadable versions at the Internet Archive.
At the University of Oxford Bodleian Library you can research information on sketches, the author and the original manuscript.
Study guide based on The Wind in the Willows play is available as a PDF file from Stage One KET.
One final link from the Literature Network where you will find a short summary of the The Wind in the Willows.
The program we found the most helpful for learning how to write was by the Institute of Excellence in Writing.
Teaching That Makes Sense has good practical ideas and approaches to teaching and learning how to write.
University at Buffalo offers writing strategies for K-12.