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Quizizz for [.yellow-heading]ELA[.yellow-heading]

Develop a love of learning, especially for literacy, with customizable, standards-based ELA content and inclusive delivery tools.

Contact us to learn about using Quizizz across your curriculum.

Trusted by teachers in 86% of U.S. Schools

Reinforce your ELA curriculum with tools for [.green-heading]growth, differentiation, and motivation[.green-heading]

[.extra-bold]Align lesson materials[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Districts and schools can align content and reports with State Standards, including CCSS and TEKS[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Include every learner[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Turn on Read Aloud to ensure equity and access for language learners and high-need students.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Give students a voice[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]Use Audio/Video Questions and Responses for inclusive instruction on speaking/listening standards, literacy, ESL, and more.[.font-18px]

[.extra-bold]Personalize student scores[.extra-bold]

[.font-18px]With Flexible Grading, adjust point values as needed to score ELA short answers, extended responses, and other question types.[.font-18px]

More ELA [.blue-heading]teacher-approved[.blue-heading] features:

9+ Different Question Types
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[.purple-heading]ELA[.purple-heading] Templates

[.font-18px]Explore thousands of live and asynchronous ELA activities covering literature, writing, vocabulary, spelling and grammar, and much more. Use them as-is, mix and match from millions of other teacher-created activities, or start from scratch.[.font-18px]

Whole-class live activities
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Formative and summative assessment
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Formative and summative assessment
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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Whole-class live activities
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Group work
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Formative and summative assessment
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Stations
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Flashcards
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Homework and more!
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See why teachers across the US [.red-heading]love Quizizz for ELA:[.red-heading]

“[.blue-bold]Students have fun with Quizizz[.blue-bold] because it’s a game with competition, funny memes and music, yet they’re learning concepts, skills, and standards that they are expected to learn. We practice everything from main idea, theme, Greek roots, author’s point of view, and context clues, to compound and complex sentences, nouns, verbs, and whatever other skill set we are working on. [.blue-bold]If you’re teaching it, kids can practice it on Quizizz![.blue-bold]”

Sheri Call

5th Grade ELA Teacher (Ohio)

“Quizizz puts a little spice into our [.yellow-bold]reading strategy practice and comprehension.[.yellow-bold]”

Patty Qualls

6th Grade ELA Teacher (Arkansas)

“From the highest level learner to the lowest level learner, [.green-bold]all students gain knowledge from using Quizizz.[.green-bold] It is great to see them having fun while they are learning.”

Sharon Brown

5th Grade ELA Teacher (North Carolina)

“[.green-bold]I have used EduProtocol’s Fast and Curious with teaching root word meanings.[.green-bold] It did help students retain the meanings, as well as go back every couple of weeks to review. The classroom percentage still remains high.”

Christine John

5th Grade ELA Teacher (Kansas)

“[.red-bold]Quizizz helps my students to review for assessments,[.red-bold] and it’s important practice for those multiple choice type questions for state testing.”

Patrick Kilpatrick

7th/8th Grade ELA Teacher (South Carolina)

“[.purple-bold]Quizizz is the best![.purple-bold] I make a vocabulary Quizizz each week so students have a fun way to practice their words. They love it because they can use the text-to-speech feature and they can compete against each other.”

Lisa Luke

Middle School ELA Resource Teacher (Nevada)

“Our curriculum only teaches vocabulary through context clues. Our standardized tests for our state sometimes ask the students to define words. [.yellow-bold]I not only use Quizizz to test students on weekly vocabulary, but also on their weekly spelling words.[.yellow-bold] This helps me to differentiate testing for my lower learners.”

Missy Kyle

4th/5th Grade ELA Teacher (Tennessee)
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[.white-color]Inspire every student to [.yellow-heading]master ELA standards[.yellow-heading][.white-color]