Turtle Diary Knovation's Spotlight: June 2017

Why It's Great!

The Turtle Diary homepage is welcoming with animated characters representing different subjects in front of a chalkboard. The site is elementary friendly; there are brightly colored boxes that indicate each grade level. The site covers math, science, language arts, social studies, creativity, and logic.

In the Classroom

Turtle Diary provides interactive games for many subject areas, with lots of oral information and reinforcement. Suitable for development of basic phonemic awareness, beginning reading, and phonics. TurtleDiary presents an extensive list of games and resources for toddlers and preschool through fifth grade. Each panel offers instructional videos on letters, shapes, mathematical equations, scientific topics and more. The site houses hundreds of worksheets on every topic imaginable. A variety of interactive short stories let users either read the story themselves or have it read to them by a computerized voice. Turtle Diary offers students just about everything they need regarding ...

Information About Turtle Diary

Turtle Diary is a technology-based online educational program that offers a depth and breadth of educational content for early learners, with more than 1,000 individual learning activities and over 200 lesson plans. Turtle Diary is commi...

Our favorites from Turtle Diary


Here are just a few resources from Turtle Diary that we think you'll love.

In this game, students try to hit targets that are labeled with number relationships (using =, >, < signs) that are correct.

This Turtlediary interactive game is designed for very young students to explore reading comprehension. Students will read a short illustrated story and answer multiple choice questions related to it. One worksheet is included to supplement this comprehension game.

This video explains simple verb tenses, then continues to focus on present tense verbs.

This board game focuses on similar and opposite gender nouns. As students spin and move around the board, they are asked to select the opposite gender noun for words from a grid of nine words. Audio pronunciation is provided for each word, if needed.