Grammatik mit Humor – Educlipper pinboard
Storybirds auf Deutsch - Storybirds created by teachers for German language learners.
Children and Young Adult Literature Portal - Goethe-Institut: This portal provides concise information at a single location on authors writing in German for children and teens as well as illustrators of children's books in the second half of the 20th century. It is primarily intended for users involved in the popularisation or dissemination of German literature abroad.
German - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks.
Newspapers and Magazines - Links to some of the major German newspapers and magazines.
The German Fairytale Road - Global Classroom Project - The text of several fairytales in the original German version, in a simpler German version and in English. Also available are a number of activities related to the German fairytales. There are also links to student projects on fairytales.
Pat Addy's Märchenwelt - Märchenstube: Es war einmal ... - A large collection of fairytales from all over the world.
janko.at - This Web site produces various types of puzzles, brainteasers and trivia questions in German. Some interesting pages: Trivia quiz, physics , logic , historical mysteries; Vers- und Worträtsel.
Learn German with Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm Edited by Eugene R. Moutoux – The text of a number of fairytales with glossaries, reading comprehension questions and grammar notes.
German Canadians | Multicultural Canada – The collection of German materials selected here is focused on Alberta, where Germans were among the earliest farmers and settlers, and where today over half a million people claim German ancestry. German-language publishing in Canada dates as far back as 1788 with almanacs, sermons, and ephemeral items. The first newspaper was published in 1835. The selection of print resources found here is about 50% in German and 50% in English.
Past Tense Activity Packet – A crime has been committed and it's up to the class to figure out "whodunnit." Concludes with police reports, eye-witness statements and the suspect's confession all written in the past tense.
German American Corner Poetry: Klassiker - One poem from each of 24 German poets.
More Europeans (approximately 93 million) are native speakers of German than of English, French, Italian (58,060 million each) or Spanish (36 million). In addition to being the second most common language on the Internet, German is the third or fourth most popular foreign language world-wide; even in Japan, 68% of all students learn German. -- from Why Study German?