Resources for Teachers

  • Canva – Amazing and free resource for creating engaging infographics
  • GoNoodle – Useful and free resource with videos of exercises your students can do to reenergize themselves before learning a lesson
  • PowToon – Helps you create fun and engaging cartoons easily and quickly!
  • ReadWorks – Contains many free Lexile leveled reading passages with comprehension questions
  • Twinkl – Has many useful and free resources for K-12 teachers

Resources for Teaching New Material

  • BrainPop Jr. – Contains educational videos on a wide variety of topics including science, health, reading, writing, social studies, math, arts, and technology (Older students have their own version called BrainPop)
  • Duolingo – Want to teach your students a new language? You can assign students a lesson and monitor their progress
  • Kahoot – Fun resource where you can make an online trivia game that your students can access from their own computers using a PIN number
  • Khan Academy – Great way to differentiate instruction for students in Math; also allows you to monitor their success
  • Storyline Online – A beautiful website from the SAG-AFTRA foundation where actors and celebrities are filmed reading popular children’s books