Helpful Websites for Teachers Pre-K-5


County Provided Websites



User- greene    password- books     Animated children's stories, books, songs, games, music and activities.  Excellent.



User- teacher last name first initial   password - school name (Check with tech person at your school first)   Endless source of videos for many subjects and age groups.





Homework help, games, worksheets, flashcards



You can download a free copy of the lite version of Math Factory Worksheets software, allowing you to make worksheets for addition, multiplication, subtraction, and division.


Kids tables and times provides a challenging and entertaining way provides a way for kids to learn counting, addition, subtraction, times tables, division and much more.  There is a speaking clock to teach your students to tell time.


An interactive website dealing with addition, subtraction, time, money, multiplication, division and measurement to name a few.



Hundreds of fun interactive math activities for students



Free basic operations / decimals / fractions worksheets, home school curriculum guide, elementary math e-books, teaching tips, online math resource list emphasizing interactive content and games.





Poems from his books with illustrations and read aloud.



Book Adventure is a FREE reading motivation program for children. Children create their own book lists from over 7,000 recommended titles, take multiple choice quizzes on the books they've read, and earn points and prizes for their literary successes.



Excellent Dolch word review with PowerPoint, flashcards and many other features.



Developer of award-winning text-to-speech software for Windows® based operating systems. Reads any text you see on your screen - all purpose text-to-speech software.



A great site to use for readers theatre.



Many games that assist skill development.  It is the # 1 education website for teachers and students.  Also includes grammar, science, spelling and history.


This reading website is appropriate for ages 6 and up.  In addition to the reading content, there is also lessons and games for other subjects as well.  (It has a sister website that is for ages 3 -6.)


FREE grammar games, vocabulary builders, phonics programs and more. Games to add to your lesson plans; games for Christmas and other holidays as well


A great website for learning and practicing grammar rules and parts of speech.



A great website to use as a reference for reading questions.


Science/Social Studies






Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips.


Learn the states of the United States and their capitals with this fun and educational puzzle game.



Amazing Space uses the Hubble Space Telescope's discoveries to inspire and educate about the wonders of our universe.  



This site allows users to type in a date, and then it will give information about all of the important events that have happened in history on this particular day.



A website commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  Includes timeline, photos, etc.


Great resource for all science standards.


A website filled with science and social studies information.


Multiple interactive websites for use in the social studies curriculum.


National Geographic site with virtual field trips, lesson plans, and maps.


map games 



Cool science is a fun site that helps students appreciates science.  Includes observation skills, plants, animal classifications and metamorphosis.



An interactive center created to help kids learn about the United States House of Representatives and its role in lawmaking.

Special Education



This is a great website for finding information on learning disabilities and ADHD.  They have links for educators, parents, and kids.  The educator's link provides instructional strategies, articles, teacher resources, and recommended links to other websites.  They also have a section on teacher issues which includes the following topics: accommodations, inclusion, special education requirements, behavior/social skills, and working with parents. 


This website offers a lot of information for all educators of children with disabilities. They offer presentations, printable materials, and links to many websites. Their resources are on many topics: transforming schools/inclusion, differentiated instruction, work based learning, transition, collaboration, motivating students, literacy, special education management, severe disabilities/autism, school-wide positive behavior support, IEP, self management, etc.



Special Education Resources on the Internet (SERI) is a collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education. Examples of links: inclusion resources, behavior disorders, attention deficit disorder, autism, legal and law resources, mental retardation, special needs and technology, books related to special education topics, disability products and commercial sites, parent and educator resources, transition, gifted and talented, etc.



Intervention Central offers free tools and resources to help school staff and parents to promote positive classroom behaviors and foster effective learning for all children and youth. The site was created by Jim Wright, a school psychologist and school administrator from Central New York.  This site offers online tools for educators. Tools include: behavior report generator, reinforcer survey generator, reading probe generator, math worksheet generator, etc. The site also includes many great intervention ideas: RTI interventions, classroom management ideas, and behavioral interventions, general academic strategies, reading fluency, reading comprehension, math, motivation, study and organization.



This website contains a lot of information for educators. The information is presented in a variety of ways: materials, modules, case studies, activities, and info briefs. The resource topics include: accommodations, differentiated instruction, RTI, assessment, behavior, collaboration, content instruction, disability, diversity, math, learning strategies, school improvement, transition, reading, literacy, and language arts. They also offer grade specific links from Pre-k to high school. It also offers links for school leaders, teachers, and related service providers.

Teaching Tools



Interactive learning games, quizzes and worksheet generator.


Download or get fresh monthly calendars emailed to you; many styles available.


Good and fast templates for newsletters.



How to, basic operations to make a spreadsheet.



To create web pages.



Learning Page provides a huge collection of professionally produced instructional materials you can download and print. Lesson plans, books, worksheets, and much more can be found here.



This site, which is suitable for all grades, contains hundreds of craft ideas.  Great for art teachers and regular classroom teachers.  



This website offers reviews on almost every type of educational software.  A great site for teachers to check out when they are going to purchase educational software for their classroom.



This site is useful for many teachers for all grade levels.  It has online activities, ideas for new lesson plans, teaching strategies, tools, and more.



There is a wide range of things to explore, chat boards, teaching articles, web tools, there are even listings of jobs and classifieds if looking for another teaching job.


Here you can find lesson plans, in any subject, ideas for seasonal activities, ideas to make your classroom run smoother and thematic units.



Kindergarten tips for art projects, bulletin boards, problem solving techniques, lesson plans.



This site offers ideas for ways to set up your room, when workshops are, literacy center ideas, and thematic units, free fonts, good morning songs, calendars and more.



This site has free worksheets, activity pages, activities, thematic units, an online store.


Has free worksheets from pre-K to math to English to spelling.  Kindergarten can practice from cutting, to count and trace.


This has online examples, practice tutorials, and printable materials for rhyming, counting, sounds.



Site for teacher to get ideas for themes, and many internet links for subject ideas, and more!



A site for teachers for lesson plans, teaching tips, theme units, activity pages, a toolbox, and extras.


This site offers a variety of powerful tools that can help you in your classroom.


This comprehensive directory of Teaching Tools is a product of years of research by Rona Martin, classroom teacher and community volunteer.  It has theme units, rubrics, certificates, calendars and worksheets.


A portal to more than 2000 interactive learning activities and games.


Unbelievable website filled with countless activities in all subject areas.


Free tools for teachers to use.  Flashcards, Printable Games, Bingo, Clip Art, Phonics Helps, Holiday Ideas.


Free lesson plans, theme units, worksheets, shape books, discussion forums.


Tools for Educators - FREE, 100% customizable worksheets with images; bingo, dominoes, tracing worksheets, game board makers, word searches, multiple choice worksheet generators, spelling test wizard, certificates, awards, crosswords, and math worksheets.


World's largest collection of printable, often-used classroom FORMS, REPORT CARD COMMENTS, writing prompts, worksheets, award certificates, passes, MATH forms, lots of FREE stuff, immediate DOWNLOAD!


Hundreds of free learningames containing thousands of questions. Student attainment automatically calculated and recorded.

  FREE PRINTABLES!!! Everything is FREE and ready to print!!! A Huge resource of FREE graphic organizers, worksheets, awards and certificates, forms for teachers and journal topics.