Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by ziggyziggy, Dec 20, 2013.
Dec 20, 2013
Where do you wonderful teachers get your worksheets for your kids? Do you make them manually?
I don't use very many, but I either make them myself, get them from Teachers Pay Teachers, or photocopy them from a resource book.
I google them... I go under google images sometimes and put whatever topic worksheets and then I can see what they have.
Math-aids.com is a good one.
I use different ones or make a combo of ideas and make my own.
My school has a subscription to SuperTeacherWorksheets and I like that I can adapt them.
That is a good site, too!
I very seldom use worksheets outside of math homework. I just use the worksheets that go with our online textbooks.
Usually from the resources in my classroom. If I have a very specific idea then I create it myself. In general I don't use a lot of worksheets.
Dec 21, 2013
Superteacher worksheets, tlsbooks, just googling...LOL!!!
I don't do a ton of worksheets, but I do some thinking map cut and paste type of sorting activities. I make them in Powerpoint a lot of the time.
Dec 22, 2013
I usually make them myself. Sometimes www.worksheetworks.com is a good resource. Also I browse online and tweak what I see.
Just curious for those who don't use many worksheets. What do you use for math when practicing a new skill?
Dec 23, 2013
Tweaking around? There has got be some places where you can customize things right?
I put a series of problems up on the projector/ board. For most topics, I simply make up problems on the spot. It's very rare that 2 consecutive classes will end up with the same problems.
My homework worksheets are made by me. If we use them in class, they are from a program.