which websites are worth subscribing to?

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  1. ozteach

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    Which are worth paying for?

    I want lesson plans as well as printables for elementary classes. Which have you guys found worthwhile?:thanks:
     
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  3. AngelHead

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    i like ed helper. i use it mainly for math but they have a lot of resources for $20 a year.
     
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    I only subscribe to edhelper.com
     
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    I subscribe to edhelper and enchanted learning and they are great websites. They have lots of resources for many grades.
     
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    Reading A-Z is awesome. It has leveled readers with lesson plans and worksheets to go with them. It also has a lot of non-fiction readers which can be hard to find in lower level readers. It is pretty expensive, but worth it!!
     
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    I, as well as several other teachers in my district use abc teach. I taught third grade in the past and like a lot of their stories for comprehension. A lot of them have writing prompts that go with them also.
     
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    Reading A-Z is the best website there is!!!!
     
  11. ozteach

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    Thanks everyone. Edhelper was definitely on my list, and some of the others are great.:angel:
     
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    I second that one! Reading A to Z is AMAZING! They have EVERYTHING! Our school bought us a year long subscription. You should ask your principal if there are funds to pay for it.
     
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    These are great websites, thank you! Does anybody know of a website that will allow me to create printables to differentiate instruction? I am teaching K-3 right now, I have to whole group science and social studies. I only have the 3rd grade texts and teachers edition in science and in social studies I have the 2nd grade TE and only 3rd grade text books. I am wanting to use the same chapter topics, like PLANTS or ANIMALS and whole group it but give them different worksheets or printable books based on grade, ability. HELP! I am doing animals right now. Any ideas?
     
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    Another cheer for Readingatoz! As an individual it costs me more, but it is worth it.
     

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