K12 Language Arts

Online resources for K12 students to study English include hot vocabulary, grammar exercises, reading exercises, classic books, and other resources. We organized the main content into grades under elementary, middle, and high school sections. For those that are difficult to put in particular levels, we put them in the generic section.
Free Online Vocabulary Test
K12, SAT, GRE, IELTS, TOEFL
Classic Literature for K12 Students
A modern web app helps students read and study classic books. It shows each book in two ways. The first is for ordinary reading, which offers flexible word or phrase search. The second is for studying by chapters or sections, which provides interactive features like looking up unknown words, noting, and more.
Elementary Grammar Exercise
Elementary Grammar Exercise is a free online resource. It includes thousands of quizzes to cover essential English grammar topics for students in elementary school. We present all exercises into five groups: Parts of Speech, Parts of Sentence, Verb, Tense, and Others. Each group consists of some categories. For example, Tense includes four common tenses, present, past, perfect, and future.
Classic Quotes by Word or Phrase
Learning how great writers make excellent sentences with ordinary words only needs a few clicks. We list the most frequent words searched here; however, you can input your words or phrases to search classic works on demand.
Word's Sentences and Contexts
Learn words from sentences from classic books. The app collects 40,000 words; input your one, you not only get its meaning and example but also have sentences and their contexts from classic works.
Questions of 1984 - George Orwell
Questions for Nineteen Eighty-Four to help students read and understand the great book are shown in interactive web pages that are easy to get answers to and refer to context.
10 Questions of K12 Spelling Words
We answered ten common questions about K12 spelling words here, including the vocabulary size, relationships with sight words and academic words, sources, and primary references.