NoRedInk builds stronger writers through interest-based curriculum, adaptive exercises, and actionable data.
- Authentic Assessments – Students can rearrange sentences, edit and mark up text, organize ideas into outlines, and manipulate multi-paragraph passages.
- Unlimited, Adaptive Practice – Our engine differentiates instruction to meet each student’s needs and to support learners when they get stuck.
- Personalized, High-Interest Content – We generate every exercise from students’ favorite celebrities, friends, and interests, making the content fun and relevant.
- Actionable Data – Color-coded diagnostic data, growth reports, and gradebooks allow teachers and administrators to track progress in real time.
|NoRedInk||Free||The site is currently free for everyone – teachers, students, parents, tutors, school administrators, and all who want to improve their grammar!|
|NoRedInk Premium||Contact for Details||NoRedInk Premium provides a complete adaptive writing curriculum to students in grades 5-12.|
I use the free version of this site for differentiated grammar instruction. I can assign an assignment to one child, some children, or all of them. Many times they all have a different assignment based on their needs. It also helps that I only have to look up their score and results instead of painstakingly creating and grading different worksheets one by one. My kids love editing the sentences with things they care about. The way the site allows multiple attempts on a question and then adds supports for an improved second attempt is also very encouraging for my kids. After doing an assignment they feel more successful, which has helped them try harder in class & master the skills faster. I enjoy using it so much, I’ve asked my principal for the paid version.
A great tool to practice grammar and mechanics that is student-centered and includes high-interest topics/people.
I read about NoRedInk and couldn't wait to try it. On the downside, it's another website that students have to self-register with an access code. I already have my students register for Edmodo, and it can be cumbersome to get everyone on board for a second website. On the upside, however, students are far more likely to practice grammar with an online platform than they are to complete a worksheet. The Common Core standards for ELA include a focus on language and mechanics, and I'm excited to have a new tool to help my students meet those standards.
Great site for enforcing reading/writing skills.