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1- Quill, quill is a is a free, web-based tool that provides personalized, interactive writing and grammar activities. Students using Quill learn writing and grammar skills by writing sentences and proofreading passages.
2- Hemingway, hemingway is a website that helps students edit their writings. Hemingway analyzes your writing passages looking for grammatical anomalies and errors. It highlights words, phrases and sentences that require editing and also provides a final grade on the general readability of that piece of writing. Quill provides several writing worksheets that you can use with your students to improve their writing skill. Quill also has over 150 lessons covering Common Core topics for grades 1-8. Each lesson is approximately 10-15 minutes in length.