My Favorite Websites

Below you will find links to some of my absolute favorite websites.  I hope that you will find something you like and can use in your classroom. Enjoy!  =)
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Common Sense Media A website with reviews, articles, and tips for all sorts of media; great for teachers and parents 
Edmodo An educational social networking site for classrooms; only students registered to an Edmodo class can see the posts for that class; parents can sign up to see only the posts from the teacher and the posts of their child 
Festisite​layout/ This is a text shape generator. You can type anything you like and then choose from 6 different shapes. Your generated text opens in a PDF for you to save and print. So cute! You could make some really special notes to give to your students. 
FlipSnack  Use this web 2.0 tool to turn PDFs into "flip"able eBooks. Students can create their books using word processing software like Microsoft Office, then save the documents as PDFs. The PDFs can then be uploaded to FlipSnack and converted into an eBook. Super easy to use!  
Free Technology 4 Teachers Free resources and lesson plans for teaching with technology; written and maintained by Richard Byrne 
geoGreeting! Just type in a message and it brings up arial pictures of the letters you type. You can then save and share the link to your message with others. The link loads one letter at a time showing with a marker where the picture comes from. A site that is all about multiplication; kids will love the single and multiplayer games; great for use on an Interactive whiteboard 
Neo K12 Check out this cool website for teachers and students that let's you find videos, websites, and even photographs for school projects. All of the videos have been reviewed by educators to make sure that the content is appropriate. 
Peep and the Big Wide World Even though this site promotes itself for preschoolers, Kindergarten through second graders love this site, too! Check out the the games link for some fun Science games. And the music and videos link will get your kids excited about Science. There are even some great activities to do with your kids.  
Primo PDF Turn any document into a PDF with this free download; Just choose PrimoPDF as your printer and your documents will be made into a PDF that you can then save in that format 
QR-Code Generator A QR code generator; a QR code is a square box of code that can be added to just about anything. The QR code can be scanned by mobile devices like cell phones or iPads. The QR code then brings up information like a website that relates to what the QR code is attached to. 
QR STuff A QR code generator that lets you colorize your QR code. There are also tons of options as to what you can connect your QR code to. Use this site to customize pictures like signs, seals, ticket stubs, soft drink cans, records, movie marquees and more! Then you can save your creation as a jpeg and put it on a slide show, a website or blog or even in a document!  
Spelling City A website to practice spelling words...type in your own list and it will give you a choice to take a spelling or vocabulary test or even play a game with your spelling words 
Sqworl  This one is for both teachers and students. I absolutely LOVE this site. It allows you to make a visual bookmark of all of your favorite websites. This is perfect for non-readers. Just put a short cut on your desktop for easy access to your favorite Sqworl. Sign up is free and easy. There is even a short video on the homepage to show you how it works. 
Starfall A website with lots of fun phonics and reading games and activites, some that can be printed 
Storyline Online An online streaming video website that features actors reading from popular books 
Teaching Ideas Free lesson ideas, activities and resources to use in the classroom; The cartoon graphics make it fun to use. 
TVOKids A website from TV Ontario, similar to PBS, that has lots of fun activities and games 
Wordle Wordle is a web 2.0 tool for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. Make your own word cloud for just about anything. Print it and display it proudly. :) 
XtraMath A free website that teachers or parents can sign up for that allows students to practice math fluency facts 
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