Webpages you couldn't live without

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  1. katenar

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    Hi Everyone ~

    I'm in the process of adding a teacher resource page to my classroom website. I was wondering if you could share some webpages that you couldn't live without.

    I want to break them up into two groups:

    1. Teacher resource pages (Ex. A to Z Teacher Stuff :D )

    2. Awesome classroom webpages

    Thanks for your help.

    Katie
    www.kyrene.org/staff/kjensen
     
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    Oh my goodness! I have found my new hero! Mrs. Newingham's website (and classroom) are awesome. When I grow up and become a full-time teacher, I want to be just like her! :D
     
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    Mrs. Newingham IS my hero, and so is Mrs. Renz, another fourth grade teacher. What amazes me about Mrs. Newingham is that she is only a few years older than I am because I read somewhere this is her 7th year teaching. Then there are pages like OLogy (a science website) that completely keep me going from one day to the next. :)
     
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    WOW! That is some website(Troy)....She is clearly a dedicated and wonderful teacher....to only have that engergy and creativity for EVERY lesson!
     
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    I'm adding her to my favorites list :D I'm thinking she uses America's Choice because her workshops mirror the ones we use in format. The templates are very helpful and I like the idea of having an economy-based classroom : P Maybe after I get my footing more and finally get a printer in my classroom, I'll try to implement it.
     
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    Discovery's Puzzlemaker. My students love wordsearches and other puzzles nad this makes it easy to creat them for any topic. My colleague has even used it to make wordsearches for her 1st graders. I can't post the link, but if you go to the school portion of the Discovery site, you should be able to find it.
     
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    Ok this is the 3rd time I have written this , I keep clicking the wrong button and loosing my post:

    I like this one:
    http://www.hubbardscupboard.org/brown_bear_brown_bear.html

    I loved theis when I taught preschool but thi scould go into k-1st:
    www.everythingpreschool.com

    My kids like to play on this site and they have great resources:
    www.iknowthat.com

    Free clipart for school:
    http://www.teacherfiles.com/clip_art.htm

    Free calendar programs for teachers:
    http://www.printfree.com/School_Printables.htm

    This one is great for mothers day out programs and cute free clip art:
    http://www.annieshomepage.com/

    I stumbled onthis Kindergarten teachers webpage at easter, Loved it:
    http://www.littlegiraffes.com/

    This one has everything from tracer pages to multiplication tables:
    http://dltk-kids.com/

    great Bulletin board idea page:
    http://www.gigglepotz.com/bulletin.htm

    This site is growing and they add new stuff you have to sign up for their newsletter, but they have awesome tracer pages I have not looked much at this site recently but realized I need to, they have more stuff my class can use now.
    http://www.learningpage.com/free_pages/home.html
     
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    I found a web page at www.suelebeau.com... that is absolutely FABULOUS.... it has all the resources that teachers and parents could possibly need!!! if you have time check it out...
     

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