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- In reply to #1: WEB SITE: Education World URL: http://www.education-world.com/ DESCRIPTION: All subject areas. Many options and links. Grades K-8 IMPLEMENTATION: Worksheets available for copying. Brain teasers and games are especially good for math. Hints and solutions provided. WEB SITE: DearKidInfo/Dear Teacher Tidbytes URL: http://teachertidbytes.com/ DESCRIPTION: Easy to use. Explore many subjects from grammar to current events. Bits of information in science, history, art, music, etc. IMPLEMENTATION: Appropriate for elementary grades. Reference and resource for teachers as well. WEB SITE: Enchanted Learning URL: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/ DESCRIPTION: Designed for children. Includes a pictionary, foreign language dictionaries, puzzles, games, activities, crafts, as well as information. Designed to develop creativity in children. IMPLEMENTATION: Especially for children ages 5 to 10. Many puzzles and coloring sheets that can be copied. WEB SITE: Parents Page URL: http://www.ala.org/parentspage/greatsites/50.html DESCRIPTION: Many sites recommended by librarians. Activities and lesson plans for art, music, creative writing, math, science, health, etc. IMPLEMENTATION: Most activities and lessons seemed to be designed primarily for K-2. WEB SITE: Teacher URL: http://www.teachers.net/ DESCRIPTION: Links and activities for all subject areas for all grade levels IMPLEMENTATION: Elementary ideas that can be time consuming but is worth the time. Cute poems and songs
One that I have used in the past is Edhelper.com. The only problem is that you can only access so much for free but you can buy a membership for total access.
Posted by hdclark33 on November 29, 2010 at 11:13 PM (Answer #2)
it should be alway virous free and for more information about this go and check link-deshimartini.com
Posted by vikas1802 on November 30, 2010 at 3:11 AM (Answer #3)
You might check your State's Department of Education website, some states have links from there to sites that can help teachers. Most of these would be ad free and probably match your states curriculum.
Posted by lrwilliams on December 4, 2010 at 6:47 AM (Answer #4)
Posted by prashant86 on February 18, 2011 at 9:34 AM (Answer #5)
Middle School Teacher
Actually, enotes has a lot of great documents and I have noticed more for younger students. For math I like math-drills.com because they are free. I also love superteacherworksheets.com for simple things. It's also free. Both are easy to use!
Posted by litteacher8 on August 30, 2011 at 8:05 AM (Answer #6)
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