Resouces for Teachers

Inovative ways to make learing fun

ImagineIF Libraries

Libraries have always been a great resource for knowledge. Now you can find even more online. You can search catalogs and place books on hold or renew. There are also articles for parents and games for children
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The National Association for the Education of Young Children is a great resource for teachers of children birth to age eight. NAEYC has articles and resource materials for many subject areas.
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PBS Kids

PBS Kids has great list of whiteboard interactive games to use in the class in several subject areas with their favorite characters. They also have an area for apps and an area to encourage parents to go.
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Sites for Teachers

A gate way site for a list of resources useful to teachers. One site is Free Stuff for Teachers they have printable worksheets and worksheet generators along with graphic organizers.

Need a lesson plan quick? Use Lesson Plans for Teachers. Easy o use with age appropriate lessons for children pre-k and up.

Scholastic Story Starter

Students use this to write short stories. They spin 4 wheels that give details of who and what they can start with. It's a fun way to get creative juices flowing.


This site allows students to chose lessons in math and language arts. The questions get more difficult as they go. When they complete a section they earn rewards.

Science Kids

Students answer science questions and then experiment by moving objects around and seeing what happens. They learn by trial and error.

Smithsonian History Explorer

Teachers can use this source to find lessons for different events in history.