Links for Teachers
Just for your information, or to use with your class.
To the Teacher:
I don't want this site to consist of a bunch of links to other pages. However, I know how busy teachers are and how nice it is to find some resources quickly and easily. Below is information I find helpful and use frequently. I like to send the mini-books home for extra reading practice and many of the worksheets are good reviews to be used for homework as well. I'm so glad all this material is available. I'm including it here in the hopes that it'll be helpful to you and save you some valuable time.
This is an exemplary site for math manipulatives. The applets can be used at all grade levels. The developer created fantastic lessons to go with his applets.
Excellent math lessons using the educational java applets above.
This is another helpful site with math manipulatives for all grade levels.
At this site you can print a wide variety of worksheets related to "time".
At this site you can print a variety of worksheets related to money.
This is a good introduction to Four Blocks for teachers who aren't familiar with the concept.
Here you can download stories for ages 4-11.
This is a great place to get mini-books. Worksheets go along with the books.
Search this site for short stories with comprehension worksheets.
Here you can find rubrics of all kinds.
This is yet another wonderful site with java applets related to math skills.
Certificates/awards for any occassion...create and style your own.
Here you can find very enjoyable Reader's Theater scrips for all year...both fiction and non-fiction.
This is another good site with interactive math activities.
Choose story problems for your grade level.
Create games and activities using your own spelling lists.
Inquiry math activities. The first site is probably more geared to CP teachers. The second site is great for everyone.
This page provides lots of math activities for second graders that relate to many Indiana standards. Pages are also available for grades K-6
This is a "must see" site for all those who teach reading...any age or grade level. It's an especially good site for the reading teacher or reading tutor. Here you can find all sorts of resources for literary programs, good articles and great downloads. Don't miss it!
Here's a teacher from Australia who is willing to share his great ideas for reading/phonics games. I think this will be fun especially for the reluctant reader. These games can be downloaded and customized as needed. Don't miss this one!
I have chosen to add this page to the Teacher Links because here you can quickly generate and print out a math facts page for your students to practice in class or do for homework. You can create your own page or use a ready made one. Choose from addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, or fractions. Students can also use the flashcards applet which allows them to choose from a variety of levels and then check their answers.
This page contains links to all sorts of math worksheets. It includes addition, subtraction, fractions, decimals, rounding, etc. You can make your own or choose one that has already been created. It also has links to games and other math activities. It's definitely worth looking at.
Math problem solving worksheets. Explain your answer.
I've been told by a number of Kindergarten teachers that there's little out there for their students. Actually, there's quite a bit, and these sites are especially for them.
This page features many activities across the curriculum for all grade levels. It includes seasonal crafts and activities. It's a great resource for all elementary teachers.
This page focuses on Internet games that reinforce Kindergarten skills.
This is a page we all love...lots of freebies for teachers!
The first site is a great place for parents (and teachers) to get ready made worksheets for addition. Go to "addition with regrouping." The second site is a math worksheet generator. It will take only a few seconds to install the program and then you have a choice of a variety of handy worksheets for addition and subtraction with regrouping. The other two sites have ready made pages to practice addition and subtraction with regrouping.