Khan Academy.Org is geared to middle school and high school students (as well as any learner who wants to brush up on math or science skills) and hosts hundreds of instructional videos organized by subject and specific skill. Teachers can also utilize the site to brush up on math or science skills. The best part is – it’s free!
Media Specialist Guide to the Internet has dozens of great resources including many sites where you can find free eBooks.
Gudli.Com Activities for Pre-K – 2 including language arts, math, and puzzles.
BZKids.Org Early Childhood Resources is a collection of online activities sorted by subject area.
Literacy Zone has a nice collection of activities and games for students in the elementary grades.
Mr. Nussbaum.Com has dozens of resources for classroom use – from state maps and printables, to learning games, to math interactives.
Mrs. Tenkely\’s Computer Resources has dozens of resources for elementary student categorized by subject and grade level.
CanTeach is a site with subject area web resources categorized by age groups.
Interesting Ways has a series of slideshare presentations to help the classroom teacher with integrating technonolgy. Topics range from blogging, audio, iPod Touch, wikis, flip video and digital photography, Google Earth, and Voice Thread. These are just a few and the presentations are excellent snippets of professional development.
Discovery Education Web 2010 is chock full of resources for presentations, videos, mobile devices, connecting with other educators, and teaching resources — all FREE. Just click the orange links to give it a spin.
35 Web Sites for Tech Savvy Families
35 Sites for the Tech Savvy Family
Mrs. Meacham’s Classroom
Mrs. Meacham\’s Classroom is chock full of resources for primary teachers organized by the alphabet.
Jennifer Wagner, creator of JenuineTech.com, has been succesfully encouraging teachers since 1999 to use online projects in their PreK-6 classrooms. Using various ideas, Jennifer will help you understand how online projects will help you make the most of your time in a variety of ways. Winning numerous awards for her creative ways in encouraging teachers to collaborate, her teaching style is very user friendly, creative, and personable.
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Lovely Learning is a site created by a first grade teacher who utilizes student blogging in her classroom.
First Grade Class Blog
Grades K-2 Student Online Literacy Projects from University of Conneticut’s Literacy Web has online projects for early learning.
100 Awesome Free Web Tools for Elementary Teachers is a collection of resources designed for the elementary school teachers.
Ambleside Primary School\’s Collection of Numeracy Tools and Games has too many cool resources to mention. There are dozens of math graphics and interactives you can use with the Promethean board.
eduTecher.Net is a new beta web site that has teacher resources you can sort by grade level and subject area.
Software Wiki from U Tech Tips.Com has various utilities and software divided by category. If you have a favorite, you can also add it to the list.
Web 2.0 Resources for Teachers is a great collection of free online resources for teachers. Click on the colored tabs on the top of the web page to explore.
ThinkingMachine.pbworks.Com is a nice collection of technology integration resouces — everything from podcasting to digital photography to wikis.
Teacher\’s Pet Teacher Resources is a site that has dozens of odds and ends for classroom use – many in tandem with IWB.
101+ Web Resources for Students can be a great place for your students to begin when completing research projects.
Mrs. Pancake Web Site is the home of “brilliant educational doodads for teachers…” Free downloads of many cool teaching tools. One caveat, this is a UK site, so be careful with money and other vocabulary that might be different in the USA.