Free and instant access to over 15,000 award-winning teacher resources. The reproducibles are organized by subject, skill, and theme.
Over seven million professional photos taken from LIFE Magazine on this site are available free of charge.
World stats such as births, deaths, economy, environment, energy used etc. updated in real time. Can be used for math problems and tracked daily.
Free database contains “significant primary materials from countries and cultures around the world” from 8000 BC to 2011 AD.
Supports the world’s children in becoming effective members of the global community, who exhibit tolerance and respect for diverse cultures, languages and ideas by making the best in children’s literature available online free of charge.
A list of new ideas to use as alternatices to your typical book report. List can be adapted to most grade levels and books.
Includes a vocabulary word, its definition, pronunciation information with audio clip, etymology, quotation and other interesting facts. Words are usually selected around a theme every week.
Students can view videos and tutorials from home that explain basic operations and help with the mastery of math skills.
A library of interactive, web based virtual manipulatives for K-12 math learning. Sorted by grade groupings and math topics, each page includes instructions, standards, parent/teacher information and activities.
Can be used for daily geographic practice, trivia, and quizzes.
Features events that occurred on this day and highlights significant events in history.
Features include an atlas, almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia, timelines, homework center, geography facts and quizzes, and games.
Pulls newspaper headlines from around the world for that day. Read today’s headlines from more than 300U.S.and international newspaper front pages.
The Library of Congress has put together a website that allows users to search America’s historic newspapers pages from 1836-1922 or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Users can view the actual newspapers and read articles that were published during the specified time period. Great for social studies classes to study propaganda, hisotrical events, or even English classes to examine how writing has changed over the centuries.
Khan Academy provides educators with over 2,600 videos ranging from physics, finance, history, math, healthcare, art history and current events completely free! Users can search for a specific topic or browse through their comprehensive lists of videos arranged by subject matter. Clips range in length but are all created for the purpose of using in the classroom. Educators should take advantage of this wonderful and free resource!
Xerox Company has created a program that allows students to send cards to our troops overseas. Students can select from hundreds of pre-designed cards online. Then, they can write their own personal message inside the card. Cards will be printed and mailed to troops overseas by Xerox. This is a great activity to do with a whole class or even as a closing activity while other students are still working.
Creating a works cited page can be somewhat confusing for students since there are so many details that must be accounted for. To help ease their transition to creating a works cited on their own, I have created a form that allows students to fill out their relevent information which can then easily be turned into a completed works cited page.