YouTube for Schools offers high quality educational videos on YouTube for free, in a controlled environment. Students can brows educational content from over 600 partners, including TED, Steve Spangler Science, Smithsonian and more, without the distraction of kittens or music videos.
One Less Headache
An inspiring blog for teachers, complete with lesson plans and teaching resources to encourage creativity, keep students engaged and prevent headaches and burn-out in the classroom.
I try to make learning fun, and words with friends is one of my favorite games! I made this as a center for my kids to play. Integrating spelling and math. Genius.
ABCya! • Second Grade Learning Games, Ages 7 - 8
Kids LOVE our free online games! Launch rockets, rescue cute critters, and explore while practicing subtraction, spelling, and more 2nd grade skills. Play now!
Educational Games, Activities, Resources for Kids Ages 5-14 and Teacher Tools.
MrNussbaum.com is a kids website that features over 10,000 online and printable activities including over 400 games, tutorials, simulations, videos, interactive maps, research tools, and much more for kids ages 5-14. Established in 2003!
This blog is about my life. I am a former public school teacher turned homeschool mom of 6. I spend my time homeschooling and homesteading. We Live Life Simple with our Kindergarten Lifestyle!
Website Suggestion E-Book - Classroom Freebies
I have recently published a free e-book of Websites for the Elementary Classroom. This E-Book is a compilation of my “tried and true” favorite websites to use in an elementary classroom. It has two sections, one sorted by grade level and one sorted by subject. I hope that this compilation will be of benefit to ... Read More about Website Suggestion E-Book
Children's Storybooks Online - Stories for Kids of All Ages
Many wonderful free childrens books are available to read at Children's Storybooks Online. Stories span age ranges from preschool, young children, teens, through young adult.
Using technology in meaningful, developmentally appropriate ways to make learning come alive and differentiate instruction so that all students achieve. I hope this blog is helpful to anyone utilizing technology with children. If you have found it useful, I appreciate you letting me know and sharing with others.