Top 20 Websites Every Teacher Should Know [infographic]
Keeping up with the latest education trends for teachers is definitely not an easy work. Here you'll find 20 best websites for elementary teachers and parents that fulfill your all needs of your tech-savvy kids.
10 Best YouTube Channels for Kindergarten - Early Core Learning
YouTube is an awesome resource in the classroom. Here is a list of the 10 Best YouTube Channels for Kindergarten. Engaging and fun!
Free for educators! Give students unlimited in-class access to the best books & videos on Epic
Epic for Educators is 100% FREE for elementary school teachers and librarians in U.S. and Canada. Sign up with your educator email and gain instant, unlimited access to more than 10,000 books in our award-winning library!
harveyshomepage.com - Tips for College Students
Two Interactive Ten Frames for the SMART Board (FREE from HarveysHomePage.com). One frame uses two color counters. Either red or yellow is visible. and the other has one color counter which is on or off.
Dezol has games to learn the alphabet, letter sounds, sight words, and many other skills essential to reading. You can use Dezol on your student workstations or your interactive whiteboard (SMART Board). With almost a hundred free games to choose from, you are sure to find just what your students need. Are you ready to join the thousands of teachers already using Dezol?
Websites for Word Work
Here are some GREAT websites for word work practice: (to practice beginning/ending sounds, vowels, & word families) (memory: match short ...
One More Story
An online library of children's picture books read by professional narrators and complemented with original soundtracks produced by former Sesame musical director Robby Merkin. This site is a must checkout!
39 Sight Word Videos for Young Kids
Click the picture above or HERE to visit the webmix. All the videos are converted to Safeshare to remove ads and suggested videos. Learn about that process here. If you know of other great sight w…
How to Teach Decomposing and Composing Numbers
What we just explored why decomposing and composing numbers really is crazy important in kindergarten. This is part 2 of this series - it's all about making practicing this skill regularly a cinch in the kindergarten classroom. << Previous Page - Part 1 As a recap, I know that we often call this common core standard 'place value,' but really it is number sense. Our kinders truly have to understand what these numbers are: in quantityin number formas a numeraland in comparison to their…