has a long list of printable language arts worksheets and lesson plans including word puzzles and reading and alphabet activities.
offers hundreds of free language arts lessons that teachers can sort by grade level and literacy strand.
has elementary English resources, and also includes a list of the 100 Best Books for kids.
is a free source for more than 100,000 online texts.
has lots of resources for elementary school english students, games, worksheets, and tips to improve reading and writing skills.
has middle school math lesson plans according to content standards, along with web resources, activity forms, assessments, and teacher reflection activities.
has creative ideas for teaching math concepts that can be useful for any parent or educator.
is a directory of math lesson plans from around the Web.
allows you to generate your own elementary math worksheets for free.
has lots of resources for elementary school math students, games, worksheets, and lesson plans.
has a mixed-review social studies practice divided by grade, and social studies resources divided by topic.
has a comprehensive social studies section full of teacher resources like worksheets, lesson plans, printables and more.
has a large number of social studies lesson plans.
has a Professional Development section that lists NCSS conferences and other professional development opportunities.
has social studies homework help, classroom activity ideas, and games for elementary school students.
has lesson plans and activities for K-12 students in all subjects.
lists the branches of geography, the tools and methods of geography and the history of geography.
looks at physical geography, its subcategories and its four spheres.
defines cultural and human geography.
has a wide variety of maps and mapping tools.
has lots of resources about physical geography, human geography, early explorers, maps, and more.
has a variety of resources for teachers such as lesson plans, experiment ideas, and teaching tips.
has interactive experiments, virtual field trips, and problem-solving games.
has a large section on different animal species, featuring pictures and biological information.
feature simple but thorough tutorials on many specific science topics.
gives a simple introduction to the definitions and laws of physics.
has many resources for science beginners or more advanced science enthusiasts.
has lesson plans divided by grade level and subject matter to use to teach U.S. history in the classroom.
links to history web resources divided by U.S. time period.
is an invaluable resource for anyone looking for the historic documents that help to illustrate American history.
is an online textbook with an interactive timeline of U.S. history.
an introduction to U.S. history along with information about various periods in U.S. history
Teaching Web Research
shows you how to credible, accurate, search results when using a search engine.
an exhaustive resource for using search engines, web directories, finding scholarly resources, and much more.
provides this basic guide for parents to ensure that students are using safe Internet practices.
has a slightly more advanced guide to evaluating Web sites.
has a Critical Evaluation Survey for students to complete as they evaluate a Web site.
offers resources to help teach your students how to navigate the web safely and successfully for research.
offers articles designed to help you get ready for testing season; many of them could be helpful to parents helping their kids, too.
is aimed at preparing students for New York State exams, but is so well organized that even teachers in other states may find it helpful.
provides free ACT preparation tools including practice questions and answers, and testing tips.
has sample SAT questions and info about registering for the SAT and PSAT.
more resources to help prepare students for state exams and college entrance tests.
has instructive articles about how computers work and other subjects relating to computing.
has user forums that are a good place to start for common PC questions.
is a huge database of user-submitted Mac OS X tips.
has lots of online computer tutorials and general guides such as PC troubleshooting.
offers more resources for understanding how computers work, choosing a computer, buying a computer, and learning computer basics.
Grade 1 Language And Literacy
100-page kits (separated by grade) that touch all levels of literacy and mandate parental involvement
is for the phonics crowd and has many print outs for use in class.
provides PDF worksheets, as well as musically animated tutorials in grammar and phonics.
posts fun literacy games like Flood (ABC Order), Pounce (phonics) and Cream Cake Mystery (rhymes).
has a list of the best online language and literacy resources for grade 1, with activities and games.
Grade 2 Language And Literacy
operated by the US Department of Education, this has kits designed for 2nd grade literacy and promote parent involvement in learning.
is for the phonics crowd and has many print outs for use in class.
allows students to work on a variety of language arts skills.
turns popular online word games, like Chictionary, Hangaroo and Friendly Hangman into fun language arts reinforcements.
has a list of the best online language and literacy resources for grade 2, with activities and games.
Grade 3 Language And Literacy
operated by the US Department of Education, this has a kit designed for 3rd grade literacy and promotes parent involvement in learning.
a british web site with activities to develop language and literacy skills
offers superior grammar, spelling and vocabulary sheets for third graders, as well as graphic organizers and writing prompts.
offers spelling lists, which can be modified to each teacher's specific needs.
has a list of the best online language and literacy resources for grade 3, with activities and games.
Grade 4 Language And Literacy
has lots of writing materials for young writers
has unique activity sheets used to help teach grammar, nonfiction writing and editing.
provides nearly 100 printable worksheets for all types of readers on different genres, including informational and nonfiction.
has worksheets, graphic organizers and activity sheets based on current and past events.
has a list of the best online language and literacy resources for grade 4, with activities and games.
an overview of student assessment, including what it is and how to do it.
has assessment rubrics for elementary students and middle school/high school students.
has assessment rubrics and visual organizers.
has links to middle school and high school student assessments.
tips and web resources to help teachers evaluate student progress
guides to students and teachers about how to detect and prevent plagiarism in the classroom
gives an overview of source citing, links to great lesson plans and tools to help detect and prevent plagiarism in the classroom
tips on how to cite sources
has tips for teachers on how to prevent plagiarism
provides lots of resources about how to detect and prevent plagiarism and how to cite a source
General Teaching Resources
a free collaborative learning tool that helps teachers find the best online resources and share them with students and colleagues.
is designed to help teachers use technology in the classroom, and Google applications in particular.
From the Information Institute of Syracuse, is a directory of everything education.
is involved in encouraging educators to discuss and improve public education.
a list of web sites to help educators connect with other teachers, create lesson plans, find education news, and continue professional development.
Collaborative Team Teaching
describes what it takes to create a successful team teaching environment.
is one of the most widely used resources for CTT training and tools.
provides professional development materials for teachers interested in exploring team or co-teaching in their classroom.
hosts the ""Ten Commandments of Team Teaching""
has resources with the basics of collaborative team teaching and how CTT can work in the classroom.
explains why classroom management is important in creating a learning environment.
find articles on specific topics like behavior management and classroom organization.
offers examples of different types of preventive classroom management methods.
takes you through the steps needed to construct a school-wide behavior management system.
has classroom management tips and resources for teachers, parents, and school professionals
Early Childhood Education
hosts parent guides and advice for raising preschool-age children, along with age-specific activities.
directs you to a variety of resources for introducing young children to technology.
Teachers can download lesson plans to cultivate children's literacy and parents can find reading activities organized by age group.
has educational classroom games, learning activities and helpful teaching resources for preschool-aged children.
web resources that can enhance young childrenÕs social, emotional, and academic development
English As A Second Language
offers resources for teaching K-12 ESL students.
has quizzes, puzzles and help for ESL teachers.
hosts a chat for ESL teachers that sparks discussion about shared questions and concerns.
has easy-to-use, interactive exercises and quizzes for ESL students of all levels.
provides additional resources for ESL teachers, including lesson plans and information about the TOEFL.
gives specific examples for teachers to differentiate their instruction through learning environment, content and process.
offers teaching tips to facilitate learning among students.
gives teachers access to differentiated lesson plans, strategies and teaching tools.
offers templates and examples for planning differentiated lessons.
linkst to lots of resources for understanding and implementing differentiated instruction in the classroom.
has a lot of useful information about different kinds of homeschooling and the history of homeschooling.
can help parents find a homeschooling curriculum that meets their child's needs.
is a resource center, made to help both new and experienced homeschoolers.
provides links to homeschool chatrooms and blogs, and suggests other community building resources.
has info about the legal aspects of homeschooling, homeschool teaching and test-prep resources, and online homeschool communities.
has advice for dealing with learning disabilities in the home and at school.
provides advice on successfully adapting the learning style of someone living with a learning disability
has handy overviews of the technologies available to assist students and teachers dealing with learning disabilities.
offers an in-depth look at Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students with learning disabilities.
has lots more resources for students, parents and teachers dealing with learning disabilities
offers some practical ideas for getting an after-school program started in your neighborhood.
provides information such as funding and sustainability tips that can be helpful in starting an after-school program.
provides information on obtaining grants for K-12 after-school programs.
features detailed key components in developing an after-school program curriculum.
has many resources for those looking for resources for developing, funding, and training staff for an after-school program.
provides an overview of autism and Asperger's syndrome and can put you in touch with local resources.
is useful for parents or educators looking to increase their knowledge about special education regulations.
discusses special education and how to improve the school experience for a child with autism.
has more resources for students, parents, and teachers dealing with autism.
has advice to help elementary students with ADD/ADHD fully engage in the learning experience.
Information about signs and symptoms of ADD/ADHD and links to resources for parents and students with ADD or ADHD
has articles to help you craft a curriculum catered to ADHD students.
has strategies tips about classroom structure, interaction that can help students with ADHD succeed.
a web guide devoted to helping teachers adapt strategies to better serve students with ADD/ADHD