A bit faster than I expected, but since I had the material ready, and a few hours to spare, I managed to put some free content online already. The material is in English, but designed for Dutch students. This means some English words are translated into Dutch inbetween brackets, but that shouldn't affect students using the website too much.
Now featured on my website are two 'online learning environment'. I created them on Weebly, with use of several ICT-tools (e.g. Quizlet, Google Forms, PlayPosit, and Educaplay).
The first website is very simple: It allows students to practise irregular verbs in English. It's nothing fancy, but there are four levels (differentiation without making an effort, who doesn't want that?), and the puzzles that are on each page really spark enthusiasm and competitiveness.
The second website, my personal favourite, is based on Content and Language Integrated Learning. It's about online safety, but simultaneously offers English grammar and vocabulary. The website discusses safety on social media, but also safe passwords, and the fact that once something's online, it never fully disappears (or so they say). My students loved working with the website and they were very positive in the survey that's also on the website.
Please do keep in mind that the puzzles featured on the websites are on my accounts. The students' answers, therefore, are not retrievable. Neither by you, nor by your students. If you want to keep track of your students answers on open-ended questions, ask them to write it in a document instead of on the website. I will not release or publish any personal information, not even even requested by a fellow teachers, because of privacy.
Are you interested? Take a look below!