We love the concept of the company Teachers Pay Teachers. This site offers so many fun and exciting ways for teachers to collaborate and work with each other. Tons of lesson plans and activities waiting to be explored. These are some freebie ones we enjoyed to get you started.
1. Creative Clips Digital Clipart from Teachers Pay Teachers
This set has 33 images created by Krista Wallden. Let’s help her get 10,000 people using her clipart.
2. Teacher Approved Earth Science Reference Guide
“A quick reference guide for students covering the basic concepts in middle school Earth science.” – Lori Maldonado
3. Learn Poetry using Katy Perry’s Song “Firework”
Tracee Orman uses Katy Perry’s popular song “Firework” to teach figurative language, sound devices, and other poetry terms. You can decide how many and which devices you’d like your students to find.
4. James and the Giant Peach Novel Unit
This is a reading comprehension activity guide and answer key for James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. It contains 28 pages of activities ( 57 total pages including the answer key, assessments, and scoring rubrics).
5. A-MAZE-ing Multiples Mazes
Seven printables challenge kids to find their way through a number grid, finding multiples of 3, 4, etc. These mazes are designed to be challenging, with “dead ends” built into the puzzles, requiring kids to look two or sometimes three boxes ahead.
6. Interactive Coloring Sheets
Use the interactive coloring sheets by Jenny K to integrate art in your classroom.
7. 20 Terrific Presentation Tech Tools For Teens
“One is a 10-page ebook compilation of 20 recommendations by educators for online and mobile device tech tools to use with teens.” – Laura Candler
There are more resources to be found in the Teacher Learning Community. Go now and take a look around.