Writing is difficult for many adults, even those without literacy issues. Below you will find some helpful resources to improve grammar, helpful writing tips, and ways to help with spelling.
Many printable worksheets broken down by grade level and topic, with each topic having a variety of subtopics. Main topics include spelling help, grammar, vocabulary, and writing composition.
This website provides you a random assortment of “magnets” with words on them that your learner has to use to create sentences or poetry. Not all words need to be used and you can reset the word bank easily. This can be a fun game and website to use to help your learner improve their writing.
Use this website to have your learner create quick comics to talk about their lives, or use them as fun creative writing activities. Regardless of the specific activity you and your learner pursue, this will be a unique storytelling tool to bring some fun to your sessions. Best part is that you don't need to be good at drawing to use it!
A combination of words placed on a photograph that not only connects with the photograph but also adds meaning to the image itself by writing with either DRAG-N-DROP or FREESTYLE. Using captions, sentences, letters, stories, poetic devices, quotations, dialogue, paragraphs, Haikus, etc.. are all key to one's literacy and our future.
High quality reading passages with built in vocabulary, and comprehension questions for a variety of grade levels. The materials are sortable by themes, book pairings, and learning standards.
Education Network is a comprehensive collection of online courses and resources for adult literacy and ESL instructors, program staff, trainers, and adult learners. Here are some of the things you'll find: self-paced courses, a video library, learning activities, instructor resources, lesson plans, and so much more!