Thursday, May 31, 2012

Great Websites for Teachers to Bookmark: Part I

There are so many online resources for teachers to use.  A lot of the quality stuff comes with a price tag, but if you search around, you'll find that there is also a lot of quality stuff absolutely free.  As we approach summer vacation, we find ourselves with time to sit back, reflect and begin planning for the fall.  Why not surf the web a bit?  Today and Friday I will post links to websites that I keep bookmarked.

This is a website you can go to and quickly generate bingo cards for your class.  I have used this to teach sight words and vocabulary.  


ToonDoo is a website students can sign up for at no cost and create their own cartoons.  Students find it very engaging.  I've used it to have them present short stories using a web 2.0 tool.  


At the risk of being redundant (there are already links to our Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) stores on our blog) this site has a lot of free teacher made materials.  Just type in a topic you are searching for and narrow your search to the materials that are free.  There are thousands!

This is for the teachers of younger students.  This website allows you to generate worksheets that help students learn to write their letters.

I use this site to create stations with vocabulary words all the time.  It will quickly generate a wide variety of word puzzles custom made using your lists.

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