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3,500 free lesson plans listed by seasonal lessons, subject or latest additions. Features a teacher discussion forum, science experiments and math worksheets.
Free Worksheets and Awards
Worksheet Library is home to over 5,000 printable K-6 worksheets for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. Many of our worksheets are available at no charge.
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ForCivicsProjects Learn EL Civics with great pictures and easy words. Just click on a picture or a link to start a lesson. The following EL Civics units are now available: Statue of Liberty, Washington, D.C., American Bald Eagle, 50 U.S. States, and more. English Language Civics provides an easy way to learn about American history, geography, and culture. New lessons, worksheets, PowerPoint presentations, and videos are added to elcivics.com almost every week. Free lessons for students and teachers – Life Skills Lessons and ESL Lessons. Lessons for January: New Year’s is Saturday, January 1. Martin Luther King Day is Monday, January 17. Our civics videos include one minute videos about civics, holidays, and ESL life skill vocabulary: Civics Video Channel. I am proudly announcing our NEWEST FEATURES: Free ESL eBooks with downloadable short stories. Also, Hidden Picture Puzzles for classroom fun.
Discovery Lesson Plans
Fabulous resource for teachers of all subjects, from fine arts to history, language arts, all sciences, mathematics.
Time For Kids
Time Magazine for Kids is a teacher’s dream come true. It includes graphic organizers, printable quizzes, worksheets, and a Spanish language version. The articles are also written at different grade levels which allows a teacher to differentiate with ease. Your non-proficient ELLs can be fully engaged with content rich material that is fully accessible to them.
Free Worksheets and Awards
Worksheet Library is home to over 5,000 printable K-6 worksheets for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. Many of our worksheets are available at no charge
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Museum in a Box This awesome is a 21st century version of the old diorama. On this site, students (or the teacher) creates “boxes” of information which can include video (they can record themselves along with audio), audio alone, text, pictures, etc. Students can do their own entire museum or better yet, divide the boxes among small cooperative groups, or whatever you wish! I was on it for about an hour creating mental images of what I would do as a model of what I would want my students to do. Since I will have students who are struggling with reading and writing, this would be an activity where I can build some excitement while I still get the writing and reading assignments in. All courses can use this incredible free package.