SUBJECT CONTENT: [Language Arts | Math | Science | Social Studies | Character Education ]

CLASSROOM TOOLS: [ Behavior | Communication | Class Websites | Differentiation | Teacher Tools | Worksheets | General Resources | Student Interactive | Games ]

Behavior

  1. CHAMPS classroom management system is to develop an instructional structure in which students are responsible, motivated, and highly engaged in the specific task at hand.
  2. Class Charts With Class Charts you can automatically make seating plans & groups for learning, you can even optimize them for behavior!
  3. Dojo Behavior management system which allows for communication with parents, student tracking and interaction.
  4. PBiS The Technical Assistance Center on Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports is established by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) to define, develop, implement, and evaluate a multi-tiered approach to Technical Assistance that improves the capacity of states, districts and schools to establish, scale-up and sustain the PBIS framework. Emphasis is given to the impact of implementing PBIS on the social, emotional and academic outcomes for students with disabilities.
  5. Sharp Class Sharp Class is a set of classroom tools for teachers to use every day for classroom and behavior management.

 

Communication

  1. Dojo Behavior management system which allows for communication with parents, student tracking and interaction.
  2. Remind A safe way for teachers to text message students and stay in touch with parents for free with a randomly generated phone number.

Class Websites

  1. Schoolrack free classroom website or educational blog to keep students, parent, and other informed outside of class.
  2. Weebly for Education Create a free class website and let your student build sites . Easily create a classroom website & blog, manage your students’ accounts, accept homework assignments online,keep your parents up to date.
  3. Dojo Behavior management system which allows for communication with parents, student tracking and interaction.
  4. On-line Timers great selection of stop watches, timer clocks, classroom timers, gadgets, talking clocks, bomb timers, count-downs and much more
  5. Pikme (apple app) Pikme is a personal assistant for instructors to manage classes and boost student participation. It is perfect for managing response rates and getting random student participation.
  6. Random.org allows selection of random numbers buy specific need or desired sequence.

 

Differentiation

  1. Kagan Online Structures to increase academic achievement, improve ethnic relations, enhance self-esteem, create a more harmonious classroom climate, reduce discipline problems, and develop students’ social skills and character virtues.
  2. The Differentiator Based on Blooms Taxonomy this website assists in building assignments, activities, and goals based on the 6 levels of intellectual behavior.

 

Teacher ToolsTech Res

  1. Bit strips for schools educational tool that allows students to engage in content with a medium they love: comics! Students can create comics to reflect on their learning while teachers can create classrooms and assignments for students to complete
  2. Brain pop is a group of educational websites with over 1,000 short animated movies for students in grades K-12 (ages 6 to 17), together with quizzes and related materials, covering the subjects of science, social studies, English, mathematics, engineering, technology, health, and music.
  3. CPalms is an online toolbox of information, vetted resources, and interactive tools that helps educators effectively implement teaching standards. It is the State of Florida’s official source for standards information and course descriptions.
  4. Destination DLM4 gives educators the tools and training they need to provide effective, individualized, standards-based reading and math instruction and assessment.
  5. Discover Education Offers teachers student friendly videos, photo clips, and sound bites that are entirely based on curriculum needs. You can search based on grade level and subjects. Also, these videos do not need administration approval to be played in class.
  6. Education World connecting educators to what works. K-12 education resources, lessons and news. Classroom strategies and innovation for teachers
  7. Edmodo Safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades, class discussions and notifications.
  8. Flocabulary k-8 all subjects and grades.  Songs, videos, worksheets
  9. FL State Standards The Florida Standards have been created to guide you in developing your students’ critical thinking and problem solving skills.
  10. Gaggle School approved YouTube videos.gasgsag
  11. Infinity (Brainhoney) gives teachers access to their standards and scales.  It also gives classes an opportunity to connect with discussion boards.
  12. Get Kahoot! Kahoot! Is a game-based blended learning platform, allowing both educators and students to research, create, collaborate and share knowledge. It gives students a voice in the classroom, and allows educators to engage and focus their students through play and creativity.
  13. Khan Academy Offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps.
  14. KnowMia Use video presentations and interactive assignments to impact students both in and out of the classroom.
  15. Mastery Connect Through MasteryConnect’s patent-pending MasteryTracker, teachers can effectively assess core standards, monitor student performance, and report student mastery to parents and administrators.
  16. Learn Zillion Teach like the experts! See visual, conceptual explanations of the Common Core State Standards. 4000+ videos tailored for grades 2-12.
  17. My.hrw.com k-8 Math and LA textbooks
  18. Office Mix Office Mix is an easy way to take your PowerPoint presentations and bring them to life as interactive online lessons. From recording audio or video of yourself giving a lecture, to directly writing in the presentation as you would at your whiteboard, to quizzing, to sharing, to seeing how it all worked – Office Mix helps you do it all simply.
  19. Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices
  20. Powtoon Amazing videos and presentations created with PowToon  k-8 all subjects
  21. Prezi website that can be accessed by any device to create meaningful fun presentations
  22. Quizlet flashcards, tests, and study games make learning fun and engaging for students of all ages.
  23. Socrative Smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets.
  24. Spelling City Teachers input spelling words (or vocabulary from any subject) and students log on to complete activities on the words and their spelling.
  25. Storyline online.com Streaming video program featuring famous people reading children’s books aloud.
  26. Study Jams k-8 all subjects, ppt ,activities
  27. Think Central Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.
  28. Thinking Maps advanced learning for leadership/ELL/writing, videos to help support how to incorporate thinking maps into lessons of all subjects/grade levels, support and blog available for questions and classroom ideas
  29. ZipGrade Grade multiple choice tests, quizzes, and assessments instantly in the classroom by using your device’s camera as a grading scanner.

Worksheets

  1. Homework Zone math, science, LA k-8, videos, play games, and print
  2. Laura Chandler printables, interactive lessons, and engaging activities k-8 all subjects,  classroom-tested resources, including special activities
  3. SuperTeachers printable worksheets by subject, grade level and skill
  4. Teachers Pay Teachers TPT Teacher resources and worksheets.

 

General Resources

  1. Education.com Educational worksheets, activities and games.
  2. Education World connecting educators to what works. K-12 education resources, lessons and news. Classroom strategies and innovation for teachers
  3. Learn Zillion Teach like the experts! See visual, conceptual explanations of the Common Core State Standards. 4000+ videos tailored for grades 2-12.
  4. Microsoft Educator Network Multiple resources, websites and teacher tools for the classroom.
  5. Storyline online.com Streaming video program featuring famous people reading children’s books aloud.
  6. Study Jams k-8 all subjects, ppt ,activities
  7. Teaching Channel For Common Core resources, teacher videos, strategies great ideas and strategies for the classroom
  8. Think Central Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.
  9. Whole Brain Teachers of America Whole Brain Teaching, a research based system that utilizes all areas of the brain, keeps children engaged throughout their lessons. Students interact with the knowledge through chants, movements, and routine repetitions that allows them to better connect with the information.

 

Student Interactive

  1. ABC Ya Educational games and activities for students
  2. Brainchild students can take practice FSA ELA and Math
  3. Fact Monster A free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects.
  4. Flocabulary k-8 all subjects and grades.  Songs, videos, worksheets
  5. Interactive Sites subject organized interactive games and simulators to help students practice content in fun ways
  6. Get Kahoot! Kahoot! Is a game-based blended learning platform, allowing both educators and students to research, create, collaborate and share knowledge. It gives students a voice in the classroom, and allows educators to engage and focus their students through play and creativity.
  7. My.hrw.com k-8 LA Math textbook
  8. Mentimeter a cloud based tool that allows your audience to interact in real time. You set the questions and the audience can give you input via mobile devices or internet connection
  9. Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices
  10. Poll Everywhere Create free polls in seconds. Can be multiple choice or open-ended response. Free for up to 40 people.
  11. Spelling City Teachers input spelling words (or vocabulary from any subject) and students log on to complete activities on the words and their spelling.
  12. Think Central Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.
  13. Today’s Meet Todaysmeet helps you embrace the backchannel and connect with your audience in real time.  Encourage the room to give live feedback to the classroom lecture and discussions.
  14. Twitter teachers can use twitter as a way to post additional resources and help for students, review class content, post questions/assignments/discussions and much more

 

Games

  1. ABC Ya Educational games and activities for students
  2. Bit strips for schools educational tool that allows students to engage in content with a medium they love: comics! Students can create comics to reflect on their learning while teachers can create classrooms and assignments for students to complete
  3. Edmodo Safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades, class discussions and notifications.
  4. Fact Monster A free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects.
  5. Interactive Sites subject organized interactive games and simulators to help students practice content in fun ways.
  6. JogNog Teachers assign a JogNog quiz for each standard they cover – either in class or for homework.  k-8 Math
  7. My.hrw.com k-8 LA, Math textbook
  8. Powtoon Amazing videos and presentations created with PowToon  k-8 all subjects

English Language Arts

  1. Article of the Week (AoW)the words remain meaningless without a foundation of knowledge.  AoWs keep students up on current events by requiring them to annotate and respond to a variety of timely articles in the news.
  2. Betterlesson the space for educators to share free K-12 learning materials, including activities, worksheets and lesson plans. Discover how you can upload or download resources on a number of subjects for students at any grade.
  3. Channel One News Our mission at Channel One News is to encourage students to be informed, digital-savvy global citizens. Includes curriculum support, videos, and articles.
  4. Curriculet.com Embed a layer of questions, quizzes, and rich media annotations into any reading assignment. Track mastery of literacy skills and Common Core standards in real-time.
  5. Edmodo is an educational website that takes the ideas of a social network and refines them and makes it appropriate for a classroom. Using Edmodo, students and teachers can reach out to one another and connect by sharing ideas, problems, and helpful tips.
  6. EnhanceMyWriting.com -Find a collection of articles related to writing, including how to improve writing skills, become better writer.
  7. Every-Day Edits Use Every-Day Edits to build language skills, test scores, and cultural literacy with students in grades 4 and above.
  8. FCCR Part of the Florida Center for Reading Research’s mission is to disseminate information about research-based practices related to literacy instruction and assessment for children in pre-school through 12th grade. To this end, FCRR has provided a selection of resources and materials of particular interest to education practitioners.
  9. Flocabulary (Purchased for SLWK-8) Flocabulary is an online library of educational hip-hop songs and videos for grades K-12. Over 35,000 schools use Flocabulary to engage and inspire students.  Vocabulary lists are contained for each grade level.
  10. Forney Education
  11. Kids.Com– students can share their creative writings and read others from around the world. There are weekly writing competitions to enter in.
  12. K12 Reader  offers work for spelling, reading skills, grammar vocabulary, and composition.
  13. Librivox Free public domain audio books
  14. My.hrw.com Textbooks for LA and math.org
  15. Newsela Current event articles for all subjects
  16. Printable Worksheets for Kids
  17. Sharemylesson Find and share teacher resources for K-12 teachers and engage with the largest online community of educators in the world.
  18. Smart Words offers word lists for transitions and linking phrases, synonyms and antonyms, plus sensory words.
  19. Teachnology
  20. Teach With Movies – awesome ideas to start using movies to help teach and support your curriculum. These movies are paired with Common Core State Standards for ELA and Literacy in Social Studies, Science, and other Disciplines.
  21. Think Central (K-5)Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.
  22. WritingFix – writing across science curriculum! This website includes mentor texts, songs, poems, chapter books, and interactive writing prompts for science curriculum grades K-12
  23. Writing:Word Choice -Our online writing resource articles and writing worksheets can assist with grammar skills, research writing, resume writing and cover letter writing.

Math

  1. IXL.com grades K-8 math/LA all skills
  2. Betterlesson the space for educators to share free K-12 learning materials, including activities, worksheets and lesson plans. Discover how you can upload or download resources on a number of subjects for students at any grade.
  3. Coolmath Cool Math has free online cool math lessons, cool math games and fun math activities. Really clear math lessons (pre-algebra, algebra, precalculus).
  4. Frontrowed math k-8, games, worksheets
  5. Funbrain Online educational games for kids of all ages. (math, grammar, science, spelling, history).
  6. I know that web-based educational activities for kids ages 2-12. Activities include stickerbooks, simulation games, painting, math and phonics.
  7. math.com Free math lessons and math homework help from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond.
  8. mathisfun Math explained in easy language, plus puzzles, games, quizzes, worksheets and a forum. For K-12 kids, teachers and parents.
  9. mathplayground Play with math and give your brain a workout! Math Playground is filled with 100s of math games, logic puzzles, math word problems and step by step videos.
  10. mathtv Math Videos arranged by topic including introductory math, algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
  11. mobymax K-8 math and LA, math facts, vocabulary, assessments, literature, stories, assignments, test prep
  12. My.hrw.com LA and Math textbook access
  13. onlinemathlearning
  14. opusmath k-8 problem bank math
  15. Sharemylesson Find and share teacher resources for K-12 teachers and engage with the largest online community of educators in the world.
  16. Sumdog math/ELA k-8 standards, games
  17. Think Central (K-5) Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.

Science

  1. ASAP Science (You Tube) YouTube Channel with Science Content- updated weekly.
  2. Bill Nye (You Tube Channel) educational resources, photos, videos, and appearances. This resource is friendly and fun for all grade levels and make for a great additional resource for science curriculum.
  3. Curriculet.com Embed a layer of questions, quizzes, and rich media annotations into any reading assignment. Track mastery of literacy skills and Common Core standards in real-time.
  4. Geology Kitchen (You Tube Channel) free Earth Science resource for teachers! These video-based lessons focuses on learning Earth Science in the most delicious way possible, with FOOD! Great way to incorporate food labs, bonus opportunities, or virtual inquiries/labs into your classrooms (without the kitchen)
  5. Happy Scientist website based on Florida State Standards with lots of videos, study units, science “photo of the day” and great explanations by Robert Krampf.
  6. I know that web-based educational activities for kids ages 2-12. Activities include stickerbooks, simulation games, painting, math and phonics.
  7. Kids.gov The U.S. government’s portal site that provides a gateway to hundreds of Federal and other websites for use by kids and teens.
  8. MyFlorida (link)
  9. MythBusters (You Tube Channel) website showing educators how to incorporate myth busters into their lessons using the scientific method. This website provides videos, science content, and a “try this at home” segment.
  10. NASA.gov brings you the latest news, images and videos from America’s space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and much more. Students can use this resource at home to try science challenges, follow the Space Station and launches, check out cool updates, and can join the Kids Club
  11. Seaworld for educators Content, resources and other instructional tools for you to use in your classroom. Videos, images, downloadable activities and animal information will all be available to you.
  12. ScienceA-Z.com Blend Science and Literacy Instruction. Science A-Z delivers engaging, differentiated resources that allow students to read, write, think about, and do science.
  13. Sciencebob.com Amazing website for Science experiments, mini demos, discrepant events, Science Fair Project ideas, videos and research help.
  14. Sciencefun.org Great for parents, schools, and kids. Schools can find field trip ideas, after school programs, and much more. Students and families can find experiments, jokes, trivia, Science news and other awesome opportunities to try at home.
  15. Science Show Youtube Channel for science
  16. Sharemylesson Find and share teacher resources for K-12 teachers and engage with the largest online community of educators in the world.
  17. SmithsonianEducation.org Great resource for educators, families, and students for Science, Nature, History, and art. Teachers can find ideas for lesson plans, field trips, and a resource library bank. Families and students can find exhibitions, places to visit, ideas for spending time together exploring science, lab ideas,, and much more. Students can discover fast, fun, cool, scary, patriotic, and beautiful things at the Smithsonian by checking out this website.
  18. Space.com Get the latest outer space and science news, NASA information, watch space flight videos at Space.com. View exclusive solar system Images
  19. STEM Builder This link is associated with the Infinity (Brain Honey) account. Offers stem ideas/labs directly related to our content and standards
  20. SteveSpanglerScience ideas for easy science investigations to try at home or in your classroom. This site can be used as supplemental virtual labs or fun bonus opportunity ideas (check out Steve Spangler on Youtube for easy access to fun science experiment segments)
  21. Think Central (K-5) Allows students to access to textbooks, homework assignments, teacher assigned tasks and resources.
  22. Time for Kids is a news magazine geared toward students in grades K-6. Timeforkids.com offers age-appropriate news stories and features.
  23. WritingFix (Science) – writing across science curriculum! This website includes mentor texts, songs, poems, chapter books, and interactive writing prompts for science curriculum grades K-12

Social Studies

  1. Article of the Week (AoW)the words remain meaningless without a foundation of knowledge. AoWs keep students up on current events by requiring them to annotate and respond to a variety of timely articles in the news.
  2. Best History sites.net A site full of resources for all forms of history around the world. Including lesson plans, articles, and interactive games and activities for students.
  3. Channel One News Our mission at Channel One News is to encourage students to be informed, digital-savvy global citizens. Includes curriculum support, videos, and articles.
  4. Class Zone Gives additional resources to go along with the U.S. History Creating America textbook.
  5. CNN.com/studentnews (MIDDLE SCHOOL USE) The website offers real time news. Including articles, videos, images.
  6. Constitution Center The first and only institution in America established by Congress to “disseminate information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis in order to increase the awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.”
  7. Crash Course (You Tube Channel) Is a YouTube channel that has great content videos. It has tons of awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you World History 2; Hank Green teaches you Anatomy & Physiology; Phil Plait teaches you Astronomy; Craig Benzine teaches you U.S. Government and Politics.
  8. Curriculet.com Embed a layer of questions, quizzes, and rich media annotations into any reading assignment. Track mastery of literacy skills and Common Core standards in real-time.
  9. Florida Choices A website that supports students in discovering career paths that support their talents and interests.
  10. Florida Then & Now is a set of reproducible readings, questions, and activity sheets for an upper elementary study of Florida History. The PDF files are designed to print and photocopy well.
  11. iCivics Promotes Civics education and encourages students to become active citizens. iCivics was founded by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. O’Connor started the web-based education project because she was concerned that students’ failing grades on civics examinations were due to inadequate information and tools required for civic participation, and that civics teachers needed better materials and support.
  12. I know that  web-based educational activities for kids ages 2-12. Activities include stickerbooks, simulation games, painting, math and phonics.
  13. Kids.gov The U.S. government’s portal site that provides a gateway to hundreds of Federal and other websites for use by kids and teens.
  14. Liberty Kids (You Tube Channel) Is a fictional animated series which teaches its audience about the origins of the United States of America.
  15. MyFlorida (link) learn about Florida’s people from 12,000 years ago to the present, people of all cultures who have made our state their home, and other Florida facts.
  16. Sharemylesson Find and share teacher resources for K-12 teachers and engage with the largest online community of educators in the world.
  17. SmithsonianEducation.org The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access (SCLDA) uses all the Smithsonian offers to empower learners to explore their own interests and collaborate with others to bring ideas to life. We create models and methods that make the Smithsonian a learning laboratory for everyone.
  18. Social Studies for Kids This site is a resource for students, teachers, and anyone else who wants to learn about Social Studies.
  19. World History Matters.org is a portal to world history websites developed by the Center for History and New Media.

Character Education

  1. If You Really Knew Me In high school, there are the students who rule the school — like jocks, cheerleaders, and the popular kids — and the ones who get picked on — like nerds, emos, and outcasts. That’s just high school, right? But what if you could change that?
  2. Teaching Social Skills  Activities and Lessons for teaching social skills to kids.
  3. Stop Bullying Now – Awesome videos that work with all grade levels to help show segmented videos of different types of bullying and pressures that could occur at school. The videos offer interactive questions and choices that the students can make with the video. This resource can help teach students how to make better choices and how to handle situations where they or their friends are being bullied/bullying others (also includes cyber bullying)
  4. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens – great resource by Sean Covey’s book series with links to powerpoints, hand-outs, and scenarios to teach students positive behaviors based on the 7 Habits (be proactive, begin with the end in mind, put first things first, think WIN-WIN, seek first to understand, Synergize)
  5. 101 Student Activities to Teach Social Skills – these reproducible worksheets can lead students into learning about Social skills in the classroom, easily organized by social skill you want them to master
  6. Stop Bullying.Gov Watch these videos to learn how KB, Josh, Milton, and their friends deal with kids who bully. After watching each video, take a quiz to see how much you know about bullying.
  7. Education World: Activities for Building Student Character, School and community
  8. Character Counts – Free websites and resources for building character.
  9. Social skills activities for children and teenagers: Ideas inspired by research