1. Pinterest... I know, duh!
2. Youtube is full of knowledge. My kids to get to watch a science video once a week during school. I like being able to find things posted by teachers, scientists, and educational cartoons in one place.
3. Newsela is an amazing resource, especially for young readers. Newsela takes stories from popular news outlets and "levels" them for different reading levels, allowing kids to understand what is going on in the world and improve in literacy. It is also helping to teach students very important critical thinking skills, that are lacked by so many. The CEO founded the company after his son was given a Dr. Seuss book to read while other students were reading chapter books - not only disempowering his son but also helping him realize that teachers don’t have the tools to deal with students reading at different levels.
4. StartWrite is a great handwriting worksheet software that is really easy to use. I like to use it to make copywork sheets.
5. Wonderopolis "where the wonders of learning never cease," is a great place to get information and fun facts to accompany a lesson. I like to use it during our "question of the day," when Tbomb can't think of a question.
6. Teach With Movies provides free lesson plans to accompany movies for just about any subject.
7. Space Place, brought to you by NASA, provides fun and educational lessons for kids on space.
8. PBS online gives access to online programming for almost any subject matter.
9. Kid Courses. Is there something you want your students to learn, but do not feel comfortable teaching or want to learn with them? KidCourses may be the answer, I am especially fond of the sign language courses.
10. Typing Club is a free way to teach kids to type. Great concept!