Welcome to Website Wednesday. This week I’m bringing you some of the best of websites your colleagues have looked at, that you can really use.
The first two sites this week come to us from Reggie McConachie. They are geared towards primary grade teachers. Both Kelly’s Web Page and Carl’s Corner have a wealth of activities for early literacy, classroom centers, classroom organization, home-school communication, and more. Even if you’re not a K-2 teacher, they’re worth a look.
Carol Howe reminded me about the next site, Teaching Resources. It is a fairly comprehensive site for educators from Laura Candler. Some of it is fee based, but much is free. You can find a variety of printables and activities that you can incorporate into your lessons, as well as links to online activities for students. Topics span all curricular areas and grade levels. If you’re on Facebook at home, you can become a fan and get updates on all of her latest items.
If you like these sites post a comment and share your thoughts with other teachers. How do you think they helped you and/or your students?
If you find a resource that should be highlighted here, be sure to let me know!