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ELA Games Many topics to pick from: spelling, grammar, vocabulary, poetry
Free Rice Vocabulary Focus
To play the game, click on one of the four definitions ("little", "old", "big" or "yellow") that you think is correct. If you get it right, Freerice donates 10 grains of rice to help end hunger. In the example above, you would want to click on "little", which means "small". When you select the correct answer, you earn 10 grains of rice.
Freerice automatically adjusts to your level. It starts by giving you questions of increasing difficulty and then, based on how you do, assigns you an approximate starting level. You then determine a more exact level for yourself as you play. When you get a question wrong, you go to an easier level. When you get three questions in a row right, you progress to a harder level.
Google A Day
Google Poses a Question
"An 11-foot bird lives less than two miles from 30.891383,-102.885032. What's his name?"

You Find The Answer
Put your search skills and Google's tools to use. For instance, you can enter 30.891383, -102.885032 right inside the search bar, and learn that it's directly in the center of Ft. Stockton, TX. A quick Search for [Giant bird ft stockton TX] (or perhaps you're the adventurous type who'll "walk" there in Street View) and you'll have your bird: Paisano Pete.
Trapped! Read a fun quick text and then make inferences and deductions to answer the questions. Fun graphics and audio.