There are few things that make me happier than free awesome educational resources, but free awesome educational resources that work on every device make me ecstatic! A+ Click Math works on everything from a Chromebook to a iPad to a Mac/Windows machine. Better yet, they have math activities for grades 1 through 12 that are all Common Core aligned!
If you want to make this website look like an app on your iPad or iPhone, watch the brief tutorial below to see how easy it is!
The KidsKnowIt Network is like the Jack of All Trades website for education. This 100% free website features educational: games, websites, worksheets, movies, and even music. The subject material ranges from simples math to high school chemistry.
One of the best parts of this website for teachers may be the worksheet portion. They currently offer over 4,000 worksheets that are Common Core aligned and also free!
Also, be sure to check out my favorite game, Turkey Terminator. There is truly no better way to learn about fractions then to fling pumpkin pies at turkeys!
Often we view yelling at a computer a bad thing, but with Backpack Practice hollering at your computer can be a good thing.
Backpack Practice allows students to test their ability in Science, Math, History, Foreign Languages, and more. Students have to verbally respond to each question in these fields and Backpack Practice can tell them if they are wrong or right.
Once a place for people to find recipes that they would never make or a place to find amazing center pieces until you attempt to make it. In fact these attempts even inspired a spin-off website called Pinterest Fails which can make anyone chuckle.
Pinterest has now also become a resource every teacher should know about. Using Pinterest, educators can find lesson plans, classroom resources, bulletin board ideas and more! As I always say, don't reinvent the wheel, just add your own twist.
Here are some great Pinterest Boards to get you started, OneTab - Pinterest Board Links. You can also find some more great Pinterest resources on TeachThought or you can even follow this really cool guy named Justin Cowen.
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