There are many helpful and creative websites that are available to teachers though the internet. Three of the best that I have found are Quizlet.com, EducationalGames.com, and 100 helpful tools for every kind of learner.
These links are free to everyone.
Click the icons below to see what each site has to offer!
Quizlet is an addictive site that aids in the memorization of facts, spelling, and definitions of terms. This site is broken down by subject content. There are premade flash cards for everything from SAT prep to Literature and Art. Quizlet even has a top 100 list search.
Educational Games is a fun, interactive website that challenges students in a number of subjects. This site is very up to date with the current technology and news, making the learning experience come alive.
This site is linked with NobelPrize.org, helping establish itself as a reliable and creditable source.
This site deals more with issues of health, chemistry, and the history of the Nobel Peace Prize.
It is still very fun, but fun is not the main appeal of the site.
This site has revolutionized the way brainstorming is done. Users start with a topic and the chart just grows from there.
Charts are colorful and fun. If you decide you don’t want a part of the web anymore, you simply blow it up!
This site is useful at any age for any job.
Using this site pumped the thoughts from my head without me even thinking about it. It is a very fun and easy.
Quizlet, Educational Games, and 100 Tools are three free and fun site that can are great for grade school through college students and teachers. These sites allow teachers to show students how to get the most from the internet, while in or out of the classroom. Hopefully you found something here that you have been inspired to try. Thank you for viewing the show.