Teaching Websites

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https://www.spellingcity.com/

Choose activities to help students learn their spelling words each week.

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https://www.readworks.org/

Leveled passages (for low to advanced readers) are available to assign class work or homework to students. Passages are on various subjects and topics.

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https://edulastic.com/

Teachers can create their own assessments using content standards.

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https://www.commoncoresheets.com/

Print sheets to teach all subjects for classwork or homework.


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Home – GoNoodle

GoNoodle is a good way to give students a needed break during classroom learning. Search for interactive games or activities, as well as educational videos for your students to watch. Should you have to stay inside, recess activities are also available.

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Kahoot! | Learning games | Make learning awesome!

Kahoot enables you to teach or review various skills with interactive games. Students can play in teams or individually by using an iPad or a laptop. You can use the Kahoot presentations that are provided, by searching your topic. It is also possible for you to create your own.

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https://www.activelylearn.com/

This website allows you to assign quizzes and independent reading. You are also able to conduct group discussions, grade assignments, provide feedback to students, and much more.

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https://www.abcya.com/

Students can play interactive games to review and practice skills that include reading and spelling.

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https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/

Interactive learning games, maps, articles, and more are available for all subjects.

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Digital Textbooks & Education Resources | Discovery Education

Teachers can assign work from wherever they are. They can also send feedback directly to students using grading and editing marks. Teachers can also get notified when students complete assignments. The resources are good for all subjects.


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ClassDojo

Use this resource to grade, message parents, reward students, and more.

Freckle ELA

Freckle allows you to assign reading and language reading passages to your students. These passages have questions that are multiple choice. Students scores and progress can be tracked, as well.

Quia

Quia provides interactive quizzes that help you review skills for various subjects. These can be used as a center, guided practice, or whole group.

Wordly Wise

Wordly Wise

Wordly Wise enables teachers to select spelling, reading, and writing activities that teach, practice, and review grade level skills. Student can use workbooks each day, or the teacher may use the website features for whole group.