Due to the limited resources at my school, my fellow colleagues and I have had to get creative at times. One of the teachers found this great read aloud website (the actual website doesn’t look pretty or amazing, but the links to the read aloud books are fantastic!):
Our favorite book so far: The Fire Station
I also love this handwriting website because we don’t have these worksheets in our curriculum. This website is great because I can generate my own handwriting sheets in whatever style I want and I can choose what I want the students to be working on.
Handwriting the way YOU WANT IT!
Do you know that if you sign up for Teachers pay Teachers (TpT) newsletters they send you a weekly e-mail with 10 free downloads across all grade-levels, and they are always freebies that relate to the month/timing in curriculum as well? Thank you for that TpT!
Jee Young has shared this website before, but it is one that I L-O-V-E, because it has GREAT bulletin board ideas. Can’t wait to have a bulletin board again.
I always, always, always, love free things. These are two of my favorites because they compile freebies from a multitude of awesome teachers:
A website I just found and will now be exploring during my lunch break:
Open Culture: The best free cultural and educational media on the web (according to them)
Well, just wanted to shoot a few websites your way!
What are your favorite sites for resources?