The Jackson Fish Market company has created some neat and engaging web applications accessible to English Language Learners. Their latest is one for Halloween — send someone some “fun and awful” virtual dying flowers.

English Language Learners can pick the flowers, describe them, and then post the url on a teacher/student blog or website. It’s bizarre, but I suspect that some of my English Language Learners (particularly teenage boys) would like it a lot.

I’ve written previously about “They’re Beautiful” flowers site, where you can send someone virtual normal flowers.

The ugly flower site is weird enough not to add to The Best Websites For Learning About Halloween.  However, I’ll probably include it in the next edition of “The Best Ways To Create Online Content Easily & Quickly.”