Resources for Teachers
Learn Zillion has teaching resources and videos for students for Math and ELA Common Core Standards. Teachers and students need to create a free account to use this helpful site.
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) has lesson plans and games by grade level and topic. Bridges recommends many of these games in the Resources section for units in all grade levels. Check the "interactives" box on the right side to get games. (Some games using Java might not work.)
Problem Solving websites help students learn strategies to solve multi-step word problems.
The Learn Zillion video lesson is a good starting point (note #3203; you'll need to create your own free account to access it.)
Math is Fun has concise background information on concepts, games, and interactive lessons for students. The site has a graphing tool that converts bar graphs into charts, line and circle graphs, and shows percentages.
The American Library Association keeps on top of the best websites and apps for children, families, and educators.
Read/Write/Think from the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and The International Reading Association has elementary lessons and student interactive games by grade level.
Smithsonian Education helps educators, families, and students (choose one) research topics.
We provide multiple learning pathways for students. Here are sites with multi-level fun learning style surveys (unscientific, sites have ads).
Here is a free storyboarding site for visual learners and all learners.
The Illinois Association for Gifted Children (IAGC)
The National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)
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