· remind.com – Lets you text parents to help remind them of important dates (picture day, field trips, weather, test days, programs, any other special events or even ask your student about something we learned). Features one-way texting so parents can’t text you back.
· uen.org, Weebly.com, wikispaces.com, blogspot.com,
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram – Website/Newsletter helps
· SignUpGenius.com, Volunteerspot.com – Helps you organize daily, weekly or monthly help. It can even just do one-time events like a holiday party with donations.
· www.readworks.org – helps to integrate content
· www.quizlet.com – flashcards for kids
· www.teacherspayteachers.com – various classroom resources
· www.Spellingcity.com – help with spelling word practice
· www.fcrr.org – help with reading/language arts/small groups
· www.kids.gov – help with Social Studies
· www.brainpop.com – social studies and science videos
· www.scholastic.com – book order and lesson resources
· www.mobymax.com – practice common core skills
· www.nlvm.usu.edu – math manipulatives
· www.earth.google.com – virtual field trips
· www.getkahoot.com, www.kahoot.it – fun interactive review (games)
· www.gonoodle.com – brain breaks
· www.kidpresident.com – advice in a fun way
· www.youtube.com , www.teachertube.com – Just Dance, videos, etc.
· www.classdojo.com – track student behavior
· www.powtoon.com – make animated videos and presentations
· http://www.classtools.net/FB/home-page – Fakebook (Google it)
· www.getkahoot.com , www.kahoot.it – fun way to review
· www.khanacadamy.com – good math help
· www.pearsonsuccessnet.com, www.expressions.com – Use for topic tests, but also make your own! Use for classroom formative and summative assessment, review and tracking student progress.
· superteachertools.com – a teacher favorite! Make Jeopardy and Who Wants to be a Millionaire games, create seating charts, use random group maker, play Hangman.
· freerice.com – Kids love it. A fun way for kids to practice math and language arts. Target language teachers can check out the language sections.
· wordle.net – Just a fun site to make cool looking graphics. Wordle is a tool for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes.
· learnzillion.com – Great tool for lesson planning and also for kids at home who missed a lesson or need help understanding a concept. Free Language Arts and Math lessons based on common core standards. Another way to “spice up” math lessons.
· eduplace.com/graphicorganizer – Just in case you threw away your master copy of your favorite graphic organizer
· amathsdictionaryforkids.com – A Math Dictionary for Kids is an animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 mathematical terms and math words in simple language.
· quizizz.com – Similar to Kahoot game website, but it has a few more options and is not timed. Can be played live for review or given as homework.
· haikudeck.com – A way to make fun presentations.
· nearpod.com – A website for interactive presentations that is user friendly.