Great List of Blogs and Resources for Elementary Teachers


Great List of Blogs and Resources for Elementary Teachers

Giving instruction to the students can be made easier when teachers have access to great resources available online, but they can only access when they are aware of it. Resources and blogs offer tips, latest information and advice to the teachers.

Using these resources and by reading these blogs educators can improve student performance as well as enhance their teaching experience. Here are some useful blogs and resources for elementary teachers.

Blogs

Get useful and relevant information, ideas and tips related to elementary school teaching from these blogs.

The Love of Teaching: The blog offers amazing idea for classroom management. Educators can find great and creative ideas to engage their students in the classroom on regular basis.

Learning is Messy: This blog provides elementary school educators great visions about teaching, also offers cool ideas and useful tips for lesson plans.

Busy Bees: The blog is aims to help educators with curriculum and planning. Classroom material can download for free or purchased at reasonable price.

Kleinspiration: The blog is run by Erin Klein who is a teacher, author, and parent who has earned her Master's of Education in Curriculum and Instruction and currently teaches second grade.

Step Into Second Grade: Blog is run by Amy Lemons who is a 2nd grade teacher.

Just a Substitute Teacher: Read some wonderful views of a sub working in elementary schools.

Think Share Teach: With entire-curriculum emphasis and suggestions about budgeting and time that makes this blog useful for the teachers that are struggling with time crux.

4th Grade Frolics: Great blog run by Christian who is a 4th grade teacher.

iTeach2nd: Straightforward design and high-quality posts characterize this blog written by a passionate second grade teacher.

Teaching is Elementary: This well-known blog emphasized on the use of technology for teaching in the classroom as well as provide best ideas to keep kids engaged.

Elementary School Math Blog: Elementary teachers of Canada will give you great clues and curriculum ideas for maths.

No Limits to Learning: Teachers of this blog can aid children of all age group that also includes elementary classroom. This blog focuses on a number of special requirements like communication needs.

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Julie Lutton who runs this blog teaches in a third grade classroom, in Adrian, MI  USA.

Teach a Gifted Kid: Usually we overlook that gifted kid have their individual unusual needs as well as requirements.

Cool Cat Teacher Blog: Cool Cat Teacher Blog is run by Vicki Davis. She is an educator and author who is much indulged in enhancing the education process. Her blog post are very engaging for educators and provides insightful information.

Rockin' Teaching Materials: This blog is run by Hilary Lewis, a 2nd grade teacher in Carmel, Indiana at College Wood Elementary.

3rd Grade Gridiron: Dana Richliew who runs this site is currently teaching 1st grade and shares the 3rd grade resources and ideas with teachers and parents through this site.

3rd Grade Thoughts: Stephanie runs this blog, she is a third grade teacher.

Websites

There are many websites nowadays that are hovering over the Internet for elementary classroom. These websites are packed with great content as well as resources to help teachers.

Mind Shift: Mind Shift was launched in the year 2010 and is an amazing website that sees at various aspects of education including elementary education.

Curriki: Curriki is a thrilling platform full with contributors, volunteers, teachers, partners and contributors. It provides amazing resources to support teaching with technology.  

TeacherTech: It is a great app for iPads and iPhones that gives resources and news that can save teacher’s time. It also provides step-by-step guidelines on how to use and set up popular Web 2.0 tools for the classroom.

Reading Horizons: This tool enables teachers as well as students by offering research-based policies for teaching. Every workshop is of four to six hours; one can save as well as pause. After that a document of completing a project is made for the reader after the each workshop.     

Education Station: Education Station is a wonderful website to look for various educational resources, which enables kids to catch up or fast-track their learning, if they are behind of their school’s curriculum.

Edudemic: Edudemic tell you various means educators can tailor their syllabus to align with the latest emerging tendencies. The website is solid with quality content and among the best for educators and students.

 A comprehensive list of websites for elementary educators can be found here.

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Author: Prasanna Bharti
Prasanna is a blogger by profession, and loves to write about education technology. Her write-ups intend to provide a deep insight about enormous resources and ideas available to make learning better and effective with the use of technology.

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