• Multiply and Divide Fractions

    This video shows how to multiply and divide fractions by multiplying the numerators and denominators — even if the fractions have unlike denominators. In algebra or basic math, cancelling out equal factors in the numerator and denominator results in faster fraction multiplication.

  • The Wacky History of Cell Theory - Lauren Royal-Woods

    Animated video for TED ED on Cells

  • The Cell Song

     Music video on Cells and how they work.

  • William the Conquerer

    This video is a music video about William the Conquer in music video format using Justin Timberlake’s “Sexyback”

  • Khan Academy Parts of a Cell Video

  • How Full is Your Bucket For Kids

    Children's story read allowed about treating each other right. Teaching students to "fill each other's bucket." Tan use with this story here is also a great song you can use with this story Check out the Fill Your Bucket song!

  • Cell Theory Rap

    Rap to help remember the Cell Theory!

  • Cells, Cells: Parts of the Cells Rap

    This rap was created for a 6th grade science classroom to teach about the different parts of a cell. With its catchy rhythm and rhymes, students of all learning styles and abilities will be able to learn about cells and their functions while having fun!

  • Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration

      "Too Late To Apologize: a Declaration" is a satirical video project and is part of an ongoing effort to facilitate learning in creative, innovative ways.

  • Daily Affirmations

    This Cute little girl has the right idea... Start every day with POSITIVE SELF TALK!. Enjoy!

  • Harder Can Be Fun: Escalator Vs. Stairs

  • "I CHOOSE C"

    Why We Need Common Core

  • Circumference and Area Worksheet

    Worksheet for Circumference and area free download.

  • Early Education Formative Assessment

    Early Education formative assessment check sheet. Choose 5 skills each week and record students who demonstrate competencies as the week progresses. The formative assessment can be a verbal question, observation, or artifact from independent learning or center work. As the week progresses, children who had a (-) can be changed to a (+) as they gain skills. This data collection sheet allows teachers to clearly account for individual student needs and inform instruction for DI and small groups.

  • Exit Ticket

    Make your OWN exit tickets! Teachtivities has done the hard work for you. We have created a Word doc with text boxes that can be edited by you. Use this document to type your exit ticket questions and print them out. No Fuss, no costs, no graphic design needed. You work hard enough, let us make it easy for you. If you like this resource be sure to leave our logo, share with friends, and like our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/teachtivities/ or contact Dedra Stafford for custom professional development.

  • Discussion Cards

    Used in whole group discussion or small group discussion. Theses discussion cards are a great way to get individual kids to “Be Brave” and jump into the discussion! Randomly hand these cards out and let them know you have challenged them to contribute during the discussion or lesson. Heart Card- Add when you hear something you love and tell why you love it. Question Card- Add a question about the topic we are discussing. Link Card- Add when you hear something you want to link to something else, “I can see how that relates to…” But Card- Add when you hear something that you want to challenge or you don’t understand, “But if that is true, what about…” “But this confuses me because I thought….”

  • Thought Bridge

    The thought bridge is a great way to move beyond the KWL chart to create a THOUGHT bridge. Student write what they know about a subject prior to learning and then again after. Last they create Thought bridge to connect what they knew to what they know now. How are they connected? How was the thinking corrected? The act of connecting the learning is a great exercise in thinking. The idea is from the book Making Thinking Visible

  • Kideos

     Kideos.com is a new site similar to Totlol.com, where children can watch fun videos (mostly from Youtube) that have been screened and approved by parents.

  • Zooburst

    Create your very own 3-D pop-up books!  The Basic account with limited functionality is free. You can subscribe to Premium or School License for a small cost per month or year. School License allows use from multiple users/teachers, Premium only individual use - both allow you to create & manage up to 250 student accounts at one time.

  • QR- Creator Qurify

    Making QR codes could not be easier! The Qurify site is very popular and quick and easy. Just type in the website or text and click the button. You will instantly get a QR code that links to your text, site, or information

  • QR Voice

    QR Voice This site uses text-to-speech to make a QR code. First you type in text (up to 100 characters maximum). Then generate your code. When people scan it, they hear a synthesized voice reading your text.

  • How to on an iPad

    Wow... This Tech Geek has it all in one place! Want to learn what you can do and not do on an ipad... Use this site!  

  • Xtranormal

    Xtranormal is a popular Web 2.0 tool that lets users create animated movies with multiple characters and locations. One of Xtranormal's most interesting features is that you can type what you want each character to say and that text will be turned into synthesized speech.  

  • That Quiz

    This site has pre-made or make your own quiz. Teacher resource for creating quizzes and tests to be taken online. Free service can track your entire class.

  • Funbrain: Measurement Game

    Measurement game: FunBrain will show you a ruler with a red bar above it. Click on the length of the red bar. You can play with centimeters or inches.

  • Edmodo

    Edmodo is transforming the way that teachers and students connect, engage and learn both inside and outside the classroom.

  • Class Pager

    Engage your classroom with polls, exit tickets, after-class reminders, and more — delivered to each student on their own phone or tablet. Phone numbers are hidden. Run classroom-wide polls using text messages. Give personalized feedback to individuals or groups. 1 class/25 students FREE.

  • Make Beliefs Comix

    Create your own comix strips!

  • Prezi

    Prezi is a communication tool that helps you organize, present, and share your ideas.

  • Storybird

    Storybird is a collaborative storytelling tool. Students use collections of art to be inspired to write stories. Storybird differs from all other story writing tools by keeping the writing environment uncluttered and simple. Sign up for a free teacher account to manage students without emails, create assignments, and build beautiful libraries

  • Dvolver

    Dvolver Moviemaker allows users to create short animated videos with cartoon figures. You can select from different locations, backgrounds, plots, characters, titles and music. When completed, projects may be emailed to others or posted to a blog.

  • Diigo

    Collect and highlight, then REMEMBER!  Your dream organizational tool!

  • Khan Academy

    Khan Academy, a site for learning academic and real-world knowledge from tutorial videos. The  site hosts video demonstration and practice questions over HUNDREDS of topics in math, science, finance, history and the topics are increasing daily. This impressive educational sites is free and open to everyone. Watch, practice and learn with this awesome site!

  • Kindersite

    Kindergarten educational games! The Kindersite has 1000s of graded educational and fun content specifically for the 2 to 8 year group.

  • Podbean

    Podbean.com is an easy and powerful way to start podcasting Easy to publish your podcast in 3 steps. No tech to learn.

  • Weebly

    The easiest way to create a website!  Free.  Powerful.  Professional.

  • Blabberize- Create Talking Pictures

    This site is perfect for students to create "show what you know" projects. If students study about the Civil War, they can find a photo of a soldier from the Union, cut a mouth on the picture, and then record their OWN voice telling the the story of the Civil War from the view point of the solider! If you want students to remember something.. find a cute picture and make a talking pic... kids will watch, laugh, and learn!

  • 60 Second Recap

    60 second video recap of a variety of literature!  Engages students in classroom discussions. 

  • Garage Sale Wizard

    At a garage sale, three customers make an offer for an item. By counting up the coins (including $1 coins) in their offer, you select the highest amount to earn points. You lose points if you select the lowest offer. Each game lasts one minute. The link above leads to a description of the game. To start the Garage Sale Wizard click on the red "Play Now" button at the top left side of the description window.

  • Livebinders

    Your 3-ring binder for the web!  Collect your resources Organize them neatly and easily Make an impression

  • Symbaloo

    Access your bookmarks anywhere!  IGOOGLE alternative!

  • The Teaching Channel

    Teaching Channel is a video showcase -- on the Internet and TV -- of innovative and effective teaching practices in America's schools.

  • Portaportal

    Portaportal is a web based bookmarking utility that lets you store links to your favorite websites  online.  Now your bookmarks are no longer limited to any one machine.

  • Poll Everywhere

     It's the easiest way to gather live responses in any venue: conferences, presentations, classrooms, radio, tv, print — anywhere.

  • Knowmia

    Teachers:  Create your own great video lessons! Use photos, text, drawings and animations Record your face while teaching Add videos to your lessons Import/export with ease (dropbox, pdf's, Google Drive)

  • QR- Reader for Laptops

    QuickMark is a QR code creator, but it also has a download feature that allows you to have a QR reader software on PC or a Laptop. With a camera hooked to the computer, it will read QR codes just like a smart device. Nicely done Quick Mark! making QR codes useful in the classroom and for school communication is a great way to combine web 2.0 and education!

  • IXL Math Practice

    Math for the left and right brain           Math is about so much more than just numbers—so, IXL is too!  Math concept from all angles, offering visual representations, word problems, interactive activities, and more. With an abundance of math problems for every learning style, students can't help but build lasting skills and confidence.

  • Super Simple Learning

    Kid's songs, ABC's, flashcards, videos and much more!

  • Pow Toon

    This site is web 2.o and creates animated presentaions. No more bulleted powerpoints. This site is drag and drop and too easy. Create 45 second videos for free. Sign up for the education sites here: http://www.powtoon.com/pricing/edu/ 

  • My Favorite Apps

    These are some of my favorite Apps for education! to create this site, I used my account in appshopper

  • Dropbox- Get Extra Space Free

    Dropbox is a great way to store items and access from anywhere. Use the link and get even more free storage space!!

  • Dropbox- Cloud storage space

    This is a wonderful storage place for files. You can access the files from anywhere. There is an iPad and iPhone app even. I also love the photo folder and the public folder. It is a great way to quickly give parents or students access to PPTs, reviews, handouts, and more. With this link you should get not only a free account but a little more free space.   

  • Accelebrain

    Accelebrain is vocabulary builder and flashcard software which helps you quickly memorize words, phrases, vocabulary, numbers, formulas, historical dates, or any subject matter that can be learned via a question and answer format. You can add, search, learn and print flashcards with Accelebrain. It supports printing one and two-sided flashcards. A major benefit of the flashcards is that they are extremely portable, comfortably fit into the pocket. If you are standing in the queue at the movie theatre or the mall, you can simply pluck out your cards and kill some time by revising them. You may also learn flashcards with build-in flashcard emulator inside Accelebrain.

  • The Math Forum

    The Math Forum is the comprehensive resource for math education on the Internet. Some features include a K-12 math expert service, an extensive database of math sites, Math Resources by Subject, Math Education, and Key Issues in Math.

  • Glogster- Online poster creation

    This site is a very nice site for students to "show what they know" With simple drag and drop features and fantastic graphics, not many web 2.0 sites compare. Students can add text, voice, videos, pictures , word docs, pdfs and so much more. 

  • VoiceThread- Making Digital Stories

    An easy way for a group to do a digital story. The teacher can have a free account with more storage than a regular account. This site takes pictures and then you add voice recording to make a wonderful digital story over any topic. This site host the story and has lots of great features for evaluations and critical thinking skills. Use the browse feature to see what teachers are doing with this site!

  • Winksite- A mobile web creation tool

    With  mobile and handheld learning, Web 2.0 type start ups that are offering free (at the moment at least) services for setting up websites and web based communities to be accessed on mobile phones and other mobile devices. Publish a mobile version of your website, class projects, blogs and more. 

  • Teaching Measures

    WOW! There are 4 pages of activities with supporting worksheets on this site! Some of the activities allow a choice of ruler size (either 15 cm or 30 cm). More advanced activities involve the conversion of units, and fractions to decimals. You won't be disappointed in this site, unless your students are distracted by the "FOR EVALUATION ONLY" watermark.

  • MrRoughton's History Webpage

    My class is all about teaching my students to appreciate history.  In a  perfect world they would do that naturally but in our modern  hyper-interactive world that usually isn't the case.  My goal is to  bridge the gap between their lives and the lives of the past through use of modern technology and techniques.

  • Top Educational iPad Apps

    The Top Educational iPad Apps Every Teacher and Student should Know about ( 100+)! 21st Century Skills and Literacies for iPads Bloom's Taxonomy for iPads Digital Curation Toolbox Digital Learning Farm Gardner's Multiple Intelligences

  • Cite Lighter

    Organize Your Facts Store, organize, and share your education and research for free.  

  • Coin Madness - Addition

    This activity presents students with several money amounts in cents, and pictures of coins. Students are to click on combinations of the coins that add up to the given amount. It is interesting because there may be several ways to click on coins to add up to the amount. There is a timer and point scoring involved. When all the coins have been used, the player advances to the next level, although I did not see any difference in the difficulty from one level to another.

  • Pinterest - EDUCATION!

    Pinterest is a great idea spot... FULL OF IDEAS! be careful this site is addicting!!

  • Gamequarium: Math Games

    Measurement Games in Math!

  • Plinky

    Every day we provide a new prompt (like a question, or a challenge), and everyone gets a chance to answer. It's simple to add photos, maps, playlists and more. You can easily share your Plinky answers on Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Tumblr, and most major blogging services

  • Purpose Games

    Create your own games, host your own groups / classes, study for a test, or just dazzle us with your knowledge.

  • Testmoz

    Create automatically graded online tests for free!

  • Professor Garfield

    Free delivery of innovative and motivational digital learning content with a primary emphasis on children’s literacy.

  • Math Teaching Videos

    Each math problem comes with a step by step video solution, follow up problems, an online calculator, and sketch pad.

  • Free Rice

    For every question you get correct they donate 10 grains of rice through the World Food Programme to help end hunger! 

  • I Love That Teaching Idea!

    We inspire teachers with practical, teacher-created ideas and resources that you can use in your classroom immediately.

  • Safe TV

    Take ads off Youtube videos, downloads and save videos on your own computer, and allows you to send videos to others (add free).

  • Wizer Blended Worksheets

    The Wizer worksheet builder compliments teachers’ experience and creativity by allowing quick creation of a wide variety of question types: open questions, multiple choice, matching pairs, fill in the blank, fill on an image, tables, etc..

  • Scholastic's Character Scrapbook

    Scholastic's Character Scrapbook perfect for elementary kids to write and reflect on characters in stories. Easy to use provides a nice template that elementary school students can use to write about and reflect on the characters in their favorite stories in a “ten things I know” format. No sign up to use and has a print feature.

  • SeeSaw

    Students upload work in many formats (picture, draw, link, video) and the teacher views and approves the child's work. Parents can be invited to see ONLY their child’s work. Works with all devices. Students access your class by QR Code or email.

  • Little Bird Tales

    Digital Story telling with pictures, art, and voice recording (apple app only). It is easy to use and you can share with parents, they get it for 99 cents. The teacher creates account (free-limited), classes and uploads the students. They create tales or lessons.    

  • Bloomz

    Bloomz makes it easy for Teachers to safely share photos, classroom updates and reach parents instantly through real-time messaging. Parents love it

  • Instagrok

    instaGrok is an innovative educational search engine that creates a concept web using the world wide web. You pick the topic and INSTAGROK will pull in videos, websites, pictures and more. If you sign up for a free account, you then have the ability to add what you see and learn about into a personal journal with bibliography. Teachers can create a log in and manage student accounts for 45/year. Teachers get 90 days free and if they refer 3 then their personal subscription is FREE! Website, Apple and android app.

  • We Give Books

    A Pearson Foundation Initiative, We Give Books offers students an opportunity to read for social good.  Each book that is read results in a book that is donated to a charity for children.  There are books for children in preschool through fourth grade.

  • Quick Rubric

    A rubric is a very powerful device for performance-based assessments, such as oral presentations or projects, but also makes grading essay questions and narratives quick and easy. This site helps you build a rubric in a simple format.

  • Photos for Class

    Search engine for photos for SCHOOL. Age Appropriate Images. Downloaded images automatically cite the author and the image license terms. Creative Commons - All photos shown are licensed by Creative Commons for public use.

  • Socrative

    Socrative empowers you to engage and assess your students as learning happens. This site is great formal assessment for the classroom. It is ALL FREE. You can ask T/F MC and short answer. The site keeps the data and gives you lots of options. If there is one site you must check out it is this one. Through the use of real-time questioning, result aggregation, and visualization, you have instant insight into levels of understanding so you can use class time to better collaborate and grow as a community of learners.

  • Pear Deck

    This site is a teacher's dream.  Plan and build interactive presentation deck directly from your Google Drive.Launch a live, interactive session on the projector.Every Single Learner joins the live session on his or her device and participates. It’s fun, easy, and engaging! Pear Deck lives in your Google Drive. This site does cost $99 a year (currently) but most teachers say it is well worth skipping a Starbuck's coffee once a month.

  • BioDigital Human

    As a Free user you have access to our standard features, 3D anatomy, and health condition models.

  • Gooru

    Discover standards-aligned content, customize content, and track student progress through data analytics.

  • FlipQuiz

    FlipQuiz provides educators with a quick way to create your own gameshow-style boards for test reviews in the classroom. With FlipQuiz™, questions are displayed on-screen and boards are saved for later use.

  • HSTRY

    Create engaging interactive timelines. This site is a timeline web 2.0. better than Prezi for teaching the timeline of events. Look at the beautiful timelines created by others or make your own!  

  • Flipsnack

    FlipSnack is a page flip software that enables you to create stylish digital flipbooks out of your PDF documents. You can use it to share or embed into your website or blog all kinds of documents, from books to newspapers and magazines. The EDU site allows you to create a free edu account or upgrade to premium.

  • Videonot.es

    Automatically synchronize notes you type into a video at a particular point in real time! Videonot.es integrates with Google Drive and saves your notes instantly. You can also manage your notes and share them or keep them private.

  • Beyondpad

    Data driven note taking - easy and efficient way to organize, structure and keep track of notes the way you want. Keep it simple or take it to the next level - advanced data management with unique type, tagging, templating, filtering and other features.

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    Class Dojo

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    Plinkers- Apple Only

    No clickers needed… just one teacher mobile device and printed Plicker cards!  Great when checking for understanding.  (At this time, not great for data and reporting.)

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    Aurasma

    This app brings pictures to life. Much like an interactive museum, you scan a picture with an embedded QR code and a video of that picture immediately begins.  It is a great way to do book reports, presentations of places and so much more. Turn everyday objects, images, and places into new, interactive opportunities to engage through striking graphics, animation, video, audio, and 3D content.

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    Nearpod

    This tool is perfect for immediate feedback for both formative and summative evaluations. It is also a teacher guided, interactive presentation! There are many presentations already created to choose from - or create your own!

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    Buncee For Edu- Apple Only

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    Educreations

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    Telestory- Apple Only

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    30 Hands- Apple Only

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    Zaption- Apple Only

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    Rover

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    Shake a Phrase

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    ScootPad

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    Seesaw

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    Butterfly Kidz

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    Rethink App

    Re think is a free app. ReThink is a non-intrusive, innovative, patented software product that effectively stops cyberbullying before the damage is done.Designed by a teen. This APP monitors all texting, social media posts, and emails. When a potentially offensive statement is typed, the pop up menu comes up and asks the teen to rethink their choice. Student can still post, but this app is helping teens to do the right thing. ReThink is the first ever solution to proactively prevent cyberbullying before the damage is done. http://www.rethinkwords.com/

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    Remind 101

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    Edmodo

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    Thinglink

    Convert a single image into a rich and interactive experience by adding music, video, text, images and more with this free and easy-to-use, web-based tool.