Multiple Subject Resources


  • The Educator’s Reference Desk
    From the Information Institute of Syracuse, the people who created AskERIC, the Gateway to Educational Materials, and the Virtual Reference Desk, the Educator’s Reference Desk brings you the resources you have come to depend on. 2,000+ lesson plans, 3,000+ links to online education information, and 200+ question archive responses.
  • Education Place
    Activities and resources by grade level and subject organized by products and state curriculum guides.
  • actDEN
    Tutorials on Word, PowerPoint, Office, Outlook, Internet Explorer and the Internet. Also features brief online courses on math, science, writing and test taking for those who register.
  • Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators
    Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators offers teacher resources, including categorized lists of sites that are useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth.
  • Scaffolding and Differentiation of Instruction
    Scaffolding Instruction in Mixed Ability Classrooms offers insight into practical ways to pull this off with ease. Applicable to all grade levels.
  • Google Images
    Google Images. Google has acquired all of Life Magazine’s photo archive. This treasure chest goes back to the mid-1700’s. It is an amazing collection to say the least and can make any lesson more accessible with its use.
  • Teacher Clipart
    Here you will find a variety of miscellaneous tools to jazz up your classroom for free.
  • Trackstar
    Find Interactive lessons and online lessons like Webquests.
  • Mrs. Perkins’ Dolch Words
    Classroom forms and tools developed by classroom teachers.
  • I Love That Teaching Idea!
    Helpful teaching ideas for all grades and subjects.
  • PBS Teachers
    PBS Teachers is PBS’ national web destination for high-quality preK-12 educational resources, providing thousands of lesson plans, teaching activities, on-demand video assets, and interactive games and simulations. These resources are correlated to state and national educational standards and are tied to PBS’ award-winning on-air and online programming like NOVA, Nature, Cyberchase, Between the Lions and more.
  • LibriVox
    Provides free audiobooks from the public domain. Librivox just uploaded its 1,500th book! Volunteer readers are needed.
  • teAchnology
    Sign up for a weekly e-mail newsletter. Access free worksheets, lesson plans, rubrics, webquests and more.
  • SpellingCity
    This site takes the pain out of mastering spelling. Students enter the words assigned. They may then let the program TEACH the new words, TEST them on the new words, or PLAY games with the new words. Teachers may also make printouts of word study activities if they want the students to remember them. This program can be used at ANY grade level and any subject area. A big plus here is that the students fully enjoy working with it.
  • Freeology
    Almost every graphic organizer you could ever want will be found here AND it is free. All grades will benefit from it and ELLs will greatly appreciate a tool to keep track of what they are studying.
  • Scholastic
    Scholastic has material (including lessons) for every grade level and subject area. I use their segment on immigration with my high school students. They also have great teacher support materials.
  • California Learning Resource Network The purpose of the California Learning Resource Network is to provide a one-stop information source that enables California educators to identify and compare standards-aligned resources.