Learn about Similes, Metaphors, and Hyperboles as you build an enchanted castle and decorate for a party in it.
Language Artsgrade 2
Strange things are happening in the friendly neighborhood of Whoville. Our friends Skippy and Blippy will use first-person or third-person narration to keep us up to date!
Language Artsgrade 4
Sally the Sports Editor needs help to create great magazine articles. Use your grammar skills to come to the rescue!
Language Artsgrade 3
A jungle full of letters. Meet Blob and his virtual buddies.
Language Artsgrade K
Travel through the jungle with Polly the Parrot to identify vowels, consonants, and rhyming words.
Join Dusty and Swipe as you learn about four different types of sentences and the correct punctuation that goes with each.
Join Teddy at the carnival to learn your short and long vowel sounds.
Choose books on the shelf and read them loud and clear!
Come ski down Noun Mountain with Mr. Mogul. He will help you identify proper and common nouns.
Language Artsgrade 1
Take a trip to the library with Lucas and Mr. Booky to read three fun fables!
Help Alexander the Great find a treasure by learning words that have mythological origin. There are three exciting mysteries awaiting you. If you solve them all, Alexander can unlock the treasure chest!
Write a short story and Penelope the Passport will help you pack for a fantastic trip!
Help the editor to get the morning edition out on time!
Language Artsgrades 5 - 6
Tyler will show you around in the library.
Using magic tricks to discover words that mean the same. Watch out, sometimes they mean the opposite!
Language Artsgrades K - 1
Faced with a tough writing assignment, Mom comes to the rescue to explain writing styles.
Sail with the Sea Captain to discover synonyms, antonyms, and homographs on your adventure to Treasure Island!
Help Alfred build a pyramid.
Language Artsgrades 4 - 5
A Pirate will tell you all about pronouns, if you do it right the treasure is yours.
Learn with Pinky the Mouse and Ela the Elephant, and you can win a prize.
Finish the story, while you eat an ice-cream.
Lily the frog will help you to identify synonyms and antonyms. Then you'll encounter a familiar story that you can rewrite using synonyms and antonyms!
Monkeys love bananas, now keep him happy!
Put the capitalization rules to the test and help Editor Bob publish his newspaper!
Lexis the Great, a magician, and Photon, his assistant monster, keep it together.