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Elementary School Teachers' Hotlist

We love what the web can do for teachers.

Here are some sites that are great for all teachers. Take a look and find something that will make you an even better teacher.

ABC for Teachers is great for lower elementary school teachers! Don't miss the flashcards section.

About.com has a tremendous site for educators.

AEL is a great spot to search for links to support your curriculum standards.

A to Z teacher has great lesson plans, theme ideas, activities, printables and more.

Try some of these "best practices" as you teach these skills.

Brain Connection provides extensive information on how our brains work. There are great articles that would interest educators.

Calendar for any year that also lists holidays and information about calendars.

Content Standards from the TN Department of Education.

DLTK is a great site too give you craft ideas for elementary aged children.

EdHelper has everything you need to enhance your curriculum materials.

Education World is a wonderful site that has enough information to keep everyone busy. Check out the First Day of School Activity page.

Evaluating Technology is a great resource to help teachers decide the answers to the questions what type of, how much, and for what purpose as it pertains to technology.

First Day of School Links

Florida has put together some great links to help teachers as well as students. Their emphasis on reading is excellent.

Framework for Evaluation and Professional Growth from the Tennessee Department of Education will help teachers with the assessment tool.

Free Worksheets! This site provides more than 2,000 free worksheets. All you have to do is click and print.

Graphic Organizers can be printed from this site. There are 12 templates from which to choose. Great way to help students learn.

Want to find out what makes a good school great? Check out the site called Great Schools and see what they say you can do to make Peabody the greatest school in Memphis!

Helping Your Students with Homework is a governmental publication that will give you a lot of sound advice to help you get the homework response that you want.

IDEAS is a site created for Wisconsin educators for web-based resources that benefits pre-kindergarten through higher ed instructors.

Kathy Schrock's Bulletin Board Page has great ideas for creating educational bulletin boards.

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a classified list of sites to enhance curriculum and professional growth.

Kid Zone has great ideas, activities, themes and worksheets for elementary school teachers.

The Learning Page from the Library of Congress offers primary sources of information to help teach history.

Look up anything A virtual reference desk

What to expect if you are a New Teacher is a publication from the U.S. Department of Education. There are several parts to help the new as well as experienced teachers.

The site "Out on a Limb" is an interactive site for children to help children learn how to get along.

Peak LearningSystems is a great site for information on improvement in all areas of teaching.

Reading Rockets is an exceptional site to help teachers with reading instruction.

RHL provides worksheets for every possible need you could have in the classroom.

Sponge Activities from The Innovative Classroom will help you make every minute a learning activity.

Storytelling Handbook is a great page to help teachers as well as students learn the art of storytelling. It also has a great apple unit plan.

TampaReads is a terrific site with worksheets (free and others to purchase) from Richard Pressinger.

Teach Net has terrific information for all aspects of teaching.

Teach-Nology has printables that will save you time. CHECK OUT THIS SITE! You may just want to go to their worksheet section. If so, click here for worksheets from Teach-nology and select your topic on the left side of the page.

Teacher Certification is now available to the public. Go to this link and search for any teacher's certification.

Teachers First is a great site. This link has prepared a group of letters that you can personalize with one click. 

Teaching Heart is a great site for elementary school teachers who have a heart to teach.

Teaching Ideas is a wonderful site for primary teachers. There is a link to all the subject areas that provide activities or ideas you can adapt to your class.

You Can Handle Them All provides help with all the different discipline problems you are asked to handle in the classroom.

Yes, I Teach is from Florida Educators.

Word Processing Ideas to incorporate that word processor in all areas of study.