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Teacher Resources

eMints eThemes. Web-based resources organized around specific themes

Blue Web’n.Internet sites categorized by subject, grade level, and format (tools, references, lessons, hotlists, resources, tutorials, activities, projects).

4Teachers. Online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics and classroom calendars. There are also tools for student use.   

QuizStar.Interface for making web-based quizzes.

Assign-A-Day.Post your own online class calendar with hyperlinks and projects

Web Worksheet Wizard. This web-based utility will allow you to create a lesson, worksheet or class page on the World Wide Web.

Whole Class Behavior Monitoring

Carl's Corner--tons of ideas for literacy centers, teacher tips, and more!

Teacher Resources Galore

Ready Made Game Boards to print

Powerpoint Templates for Games

Pete's PowerPoint Station

Timeless Teacher Stuff--Reader's Theater scripts and lots of other stuff.

Ditto--Free images for student projects

SnapShot --Free images for student projects

Tools for Teachers

Lesson Plan Page


List of WebQuests

Reading/Language Arts

Read, Write, Think. Lesson plans and resources for teachers.

Literature Learning Ladders

Reader's Theater Scripts

Reader's Theater Scripts by Lisa Blau

Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays

Story Cart Free Scripts

Literactive--phonics program


Tampa Reads FCAT Vocabulary Practice

StoryPlace Pre-school Library. It is a wonderful collection for the little ones! It has the online story and activity as well as a parent’s activity. I highly recommend it!

Story Pop at Book-Pop. Another great site for the young ones! They are narrated online.

Starfall. This site is perfect to begin taking the very young kids through the different stages of reading. I recommend it for kids from pre-school to grade 3.

KidSpace @ The Internet Public Library. Click on Story Hour and read with your kids! This site is great for any age if you read with your kids but the vocabulary is more for grades 2-4.

Dositey. There are free Language Arts programs on this site for grades K- 12.

Stories from the Web. There are two sections: ages 8-11 and ages 11-14. It is also a good site to find stories you can read to your kids.

Stories on PBS Kids. This is also a great site to use to read to your kids. It has related games on each story.

BookPals Storyline Online. Hear books read by actors!

Kidzone Fun Facts for Kids. This site has more printable books and it is free.

SchoolExpress. 25 free Storytime programs.

Reading Workshop Online Tutorial. This site is great for kids to read a selection and answer questions about that selection. It tests comprehension skills and can be used for grades 2 and up.

Wacky Web Tales. These are geared for grades 3 and above. The kids insert missing parts of speech and create their own wacky tale! It’s a wonderful comprehension builder.

eMints Reading Strategies.These websites contain reading strategies to help elementary school students become good readers. Some websites simply list strategies and some include activities to help students learn. One website is a PowerPoint presentation on good reading techniques and one website compares good reading with poor reading. Some websites are written for students who are having trouble learning to read.



National Library of Virtual Manipulatives. Math manipulative and activities arranged by grade level and math topic.

AAAMath--Hundreds of pages of interactive math practice for students.


Social Studies

America’s Story (Library of Congress). Using a story-like format, you will be taken back in time and shown things you never heard or saw before. Consisting mostly of primary source materials; there are letters, diaries, records, tapes, films, sheet music, maps, prints, photographs and digital materials.

Playing with Time. A journey to the unseen world of natural change and shows events that happen too fast or too slow for humans to perceive. See amazing movies, check out a "time activity," or come up with an interesting idea that shows change over time and they will lend you a digital camera to make your own movie. There's an entire section, the Toolkit, devoted to teaching students how to make their own movies using a camcorder or stills