FREE Resources

I am excited to offer educators FREE resources to support their students in learning and achieving!!  Each of these resources can be used in a variety of ways that will fit your teaching context.  You’ll notice I have grouped the resources by headings to assist in locating the perfect item.

Additionally, I maintain a Teachers Pay Teachers store for additional resources (free and paid), E-Books and E-Courses to assist educators in a variety of ways.

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Learning with Technology

Engage your digital learners with personalized learning via this resource, Online Learning Resources & Tips. This is an annotated bibliography of online learning resources that educators can use to support content instruction, communicate with parents/students and engage students in learning.


Reading Resources

I LOVE this story, Because of Winn-Dixie!!  This lesson resource is part of a larger social studies unit, My Place in History. This story, Because of Winn-Dixie, is a perfect class read or book club with literacy/social studies lesson. 

This standards based teacher resource is used to keep track of student progress in meeting reading skills/strategy standards. This complete, editable google sheet is perfect for tracking student progress, aligning lessons with standards/skills/strategies, as well as a student resource to identify strengths and weaknesses. 

Educator Planning Resources

Developing a curriculum map can be done in different ways.  I’ve seen some general curriculum maps that outline the curriculum by sharing unit titles across a calendar and some very specific curriculum maps that provide lessons outlined by the day.  Some curriculum maps even include details such as standards, read aloud books, learning games, and center ideas.  However you decide to organize your year-long curriculum map, the important step is to take time to organize. Once you have your first curriculum map completed, save it.  You can use this as your starting point for developing future curriculum maps. Get started on your Curriculum Map with my “How to Develop a Curriculum Map” video

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