Quick Links

Here are links to the sites I have talked about on my blog.  I provided a short description, a link to the site, and a link to my blog post about that site.  I hope this will be a quick way for you to find some fabulous resources!

1. This site from Warrensburg Schools has all kind of great links for you to make games for your students.  Click here to read my blog post.

2.  Padlet is a "virtual wall" for students to display their responses on any topic.  See how I use this awesome site for formative assessment here.

3.  Free Technology for Teachers has so many great technology resources and ideas.  This site fill up a good chunk of my to do list!  You can read about why I love it along with two other great free teaching resources here.

4.  I have used planbook.com for years to do my lesson plans.  In 2017-18, I used the grade book on the site.  Read why I love it here.  Watch a great video showing some of the major features here.

5.  There are 22 free randomizers on this great site!  Read some of the ways I have used them in my classroom here.

1. You can find great book reviews at kidsreads.  Click here to read my blog post.

2. "What Should I Read Next?" recommends books based on the books you have already read and love.  Click here to read my blog post.

3. Guys Read is a fabulous site that encourages young males to read.  Click here to read my blog post.

4. Read Write Think has a comprehensive list of activities for fractured fairy tales.  The activities are sorted by grade level and appropriate for grades K-10!  Read about my favorite fractured fairy tales here.

5.  Storyline Online offers some great read alouds.  My students love to listen to these books, and the site is free!  Read about this and two of my other favorite free teaching resources here.

1. Grammar for Kids has load of grammar games that will be great fun for your students.  Click here to read my blog post.

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