This month's Teacher Corner site is one I just used today with my 5th grade Special Education students. It's called Math-Drills.com. This site is rich with worksheets and interactive activities for all manner of math concepts. From telling time to working with fractions to geometry, this site has it all. And it's all FREE!!! My … Continue reading Teacher Corner–Math-Drills.com
This month's featured teacher and parent resource is www.sheppardsoftware.com. I use this site A LOT with my students! One of my favorite games is Fruit Splat Multiplication. But they have more than math games on their site. As you can see from the screen shot below, they have Language Arts games and Science games and … Continue reading Teacher Corner–Sheppard Software
This month's featured teacher and parent resource is ABCya! This site is very colorful, as so many sites for kids are. It's FREE!! (YAY!!!) It is organized by grade (Pre-K through 5), and has both Language Arts and Math games. Below is a screenshot of the Grade 2 landing page: The tabs are hard to … Continue reading Teacher Corner–ABCya!
From the Teacher's Corner this month is one of my favorite sites to use with students: the McGraw-Hill Virtual Manipulatives site. This site can be sorted by grade level and type of skill (money, telling time, fractions, etc.), and has all kinds of tools, like a protractor, a writing tool, and more. Students and parents … Continue reading Teacher Corner–McGraw-Hill Virtual Manipulatives
This month's Teacher's Corner shares a site you have probably already heard about--Khan Academy. I decided to share it anyway, because it is such a good site, with all manner of educational videos. It doesn't matter if you are a student trying to learn, a parent helping with homework, or a homeschool mom, there is … Continue reading Teacher’s Corner-Khan Academy