1. https://www.themeasuredmom.com/

I like the measured mom because she creates extension activities and resources that she even uses for her children. She includes recommendations for books that children will enjoy and games to play. The content is aimed for students K-5, but there are some content pieces above that level.


  1. https://www.edhelper.com/

I liked this website because it allows teachers to post content that can help to enrich lessons. It acts like a collaborative place for teachers. For first year teachers and seasoned teachers, sites like theses allow for an extension. Teachers are also able to comment on how they used the products. The resources that are available cover all subjects and grades from PK-6.


  1. https://jr.brainpop.com/

This site is awesome! They have a wide variety of extensions that students find enjoyable and informative. The content is provided on grade level and has educational videos, games, quizzes and additional resources. BrainPop can be used for all grades and is still enjoyable throughout the years.


  1. http://www.readwritethink.org/

I like this site because it provides more than just resources. They provide professional development, videos, and parent resources. It really acts as an extension of the classroom. For teachers, it also gives technology recommendations or ideas for students to use. This site is so helpful and extensive.


  1. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/

I like and use TeachersPayTeachers! I was introduced to this site from my Co-Operating teacher while student teaching and it is such a good resource! From this site I can find multiple resources. Some are paid, and some are free for teachers. There are a ton of resources for multiple subjects and grades. I think that this’ll be a great resource for me to add extensions to the curriculum provided.