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30+ Ideas for Online Learning Activities

At the beginning of the year, teachers are full of new ideas, but as the year moves to the end of the first term, it gets harder to come up with new and creative ideas to keep the students learning. Browse some online learning activities provided by Richard Byrne.  November 7, 2022  learn more

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4 Lesson Plans on Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is a concern for parents, students, and teachers alike. Once kids go online, the chances that they'll encounter mean behavior are quite high. In Common Sense's 2018 study Social Media, Social Life, more than 1 in 10 teen social media users (13 percent) reported having "ever" been cyberbullied, and nearly two-thirds (64 percent) "often" or "sometimes" reported coming across racist,…  learn more

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50 Tips, Tricks, and Ideas for Teaching 6th Grade

We Are Teachers. Ah, teaching sixth grade. Students fall into that sweet spot of demanding to be taken seriously and yet aren’t too cool to act out stories or play a group game. The wide range of sixth grade interests, abilities, and skills can be tricky to navigate, so we’ve gathered tips and ideas from…  learn more

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Character Counts!

CHARACTER COUNTS! uses its Six Pillars of Character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring, and citizenship as a foundational strategy while using the TEAM approach and incorporating other character education best-practices. Besides promoting a focus on a positive school climate, other defining elements of CHARACTER COUNTS!  are intensive decision-making strategies, mindfulness, growth mindset, and behavioral change theories. CHARACTER COUNTS! practical strategies…  learn more

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Dave's ESL Cafe: Lessons Plan Categories

A collection of Lesson Plans, Grammar Lessons, and quizzes.  learn more

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Digital Citizenship Curriculum

Use digital citizenship lesson plans to address timely topics and prepare students to take ownership of their digital lives. Browse lessons by grade and topic below, or see an overview of the curriculum.  learn more

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Digital Literacy Learning Hub

What is digital literacy? We love Canada's Media Smarts definition above. Cyber Civics, our middle school digital literacy curriculum, includes lessons on these three important elements of digital literacy: digital citizenship, information literacy and media literacy. Learn more about Cyber Civics and watch the video below to learn why "Digital Literacy IS Today's Literacy."  learn more

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ESL Kids Lesson Plans for teachers

We are teachers like you, so we know you need good quality materials that are quick to find and easy to print. We aim to provide the best resources for teaching English to children to help make your lesson preparation a breeze. Take a look at our lesson plans, flashcards, worksheets, craft sheets, downloadable songs and classroom readers and feel free to use them in…  learn more

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Fire Safety: Digital Backpack - Sparky School House

Teach Fire Safety. Save lives.  Complete the NFPA Kids challenges and you will become an official member of Sparky's Fire Safety Club!  learn more

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Fit

Explore videos, games, activities, lessons, and printables – all organized by subject. Teach and Practice Skills for Healthy Habits Teachers, we are here to make your busy lives easier. Our site is filled with hundreds of resources, created with educators, for whole-child wellness. Learn more about how fit works and check out our FAQ for educators! fitUnits provide K-5 students with interactive…  learn more

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Five Sample Lesson Plans for ELL Students

Designing lessons for English Language Learners (ELL) students presents teachers with a dual challenge: Students must gain the language skills they need to progress in school and in life, but they also must continue to learn the other lessons that their peers are mastering. How can you, as a teacher, reach both of these important…  learn more

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Games4esl: ESL Lesson Plans

Welcome to our ESL Lesson Plan page. On this page, you can find many ESL lesson plans on many topics for kids and beginner English language learners. All of these ESL lesson plans are complete with games, activities, and printable materials. You will also find links to other useful resources at the bottom of each lesson plan.  learn more

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Google Applied Digital Skills: Digital Teaching Tools

Use our creative, video-based lessons in the classroom or remotely to prepare students for the jobs of today and tomorrow  learn more

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High School Lesson Plans & Tips

Teachers will find general advice on classroom management and teaching techniques for working with diverse teenagers of varying abilities and backgrounds, as well as creative tried-and-true lesson plans covering key subjects and topics taught in the junior and senior high school years. Parents will find information on helping their child stay focused and successful, despite…  learn more

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Ignition: Digital Literacy

FREE FOR K-12 TEACHERS, STUDENTS, AND DISTRICTS Ignition: Digital Wellness and Safety is a digital literacy curriculum designed to provide students with the information they need to safely and confidently navigate the digital world. Through six digital responsibility lessons, students take practical steps to protect their privacy and safety online. Students will learn critical digital…  learn more

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Jungle Junior: Typing for Kids

Jungle Junior is an interactive typing game for kids. Through the course of about 200 friendly, colorful videos and interactive lessons, kids will learn all about the alphabet and practice sight words, word families, and simple sentences. Aimed at students in pre-k, kindergarten, and the 1st grade, Jungle Junior will also teach children to associate…  learn more

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Kennedy Center: Lessons and Activities

Kennedy Center Education is here to help you succeed with newly revised lesson plans and digital resources that incorporate best practices for classroom and remote learning—providing you with tools to infuse the arts across the curriculum and engage all students, wherever they may be. The Kennedy Center provides a free digital resource for teaching and…  learn more

KidZone.WS

KidZone's printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets help younger kids learn their letters, numbers, shapes, colors and other basic skills. KidZone's printable grade school worksheets help older children learn phonics, reading, creative writing, math, geometry, science and geography. Welcome to our Lesson Plans Database  learn more

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Learn to Type

Find your WPM (words per minute) score in our 1-minute, 3-minute, and 5-minute typing tests. Engage students with fun typing games, interactive lessons, and achievements. Keyboarding, Digital Literacy, & Coding Powerful District & Classroom Management FREE for Everyone!  learn more

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Media Literacy

In an age of fake news, we recognize the need to integrate media literacy across subject areas and beyond the school day. We greatly appreciate the many educators and organizations that have stepped up to create and share the timely resources we have curated on this site, such as the Media Smarts and the NY…  learn more

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Media Smarts Lessons & Resources

MediaSmarts is a Canadian not-for-profit charitable organization for digital and media literacy. Our vision is that children, youth and trusted adults have the critical thinking skills to engage with media as active and informed digital citizens. Through our work we support adults with information and tools so they can help children and teens develop the…  learn more

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Mrs. Perry's Art Studio

– The Easiest Way To Teach K-6th Grade Students Art! Art is a universal language that helps students to better understand their emotions and learn empathy for others. Additionally, having an artistic outlet allows students to express feelings that may be holding them back in your classroom. Through art, we see an increase in student…  learn more

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MusiQuest

There are currently 489 lessons in MusiQuest, with more coming soon! Each Quest is made up of 3 - 5 individual lessons. Quests are mini musical units that link multiple lessons together to turn learning into an adventure. Interdisciplinary: MusiQuest’s curriculum integrates literacy, math, science, and social-emotional skills into the study of music.  learn more

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National Gallery of Art - Lessons & Activities

Check out a repository of digital images from the collections of the National Gallery of Art. More than 45,000 open-access digital images spanning over 700 years of art are available free of charge for download and use. Any usage rights restrictions (usually there are none) are identified for each image. Select a grade level range…  learn more

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News and Media Literacy Resource Center

Prepare your students for tomorrow's headlines with our free news & media literacy activities and inquiry-based lessons lessons.  learn more

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News Literacy Project

The News Literacy Project, a nonpartisan education nonprofit, is building a national movement to advance the practice of news literacy throughout American society, creating better informed, more engaged and more empowered individuals — and ultimately a stronger democracy. (Read our brochure or check out our FAQ) Lesson Plans Teaching News Literacy Educator Tools Teach your students to…  learn more

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NewseumED: Lesson Plans

NewseumED.org offers free resources to cultivate the First Amendment and media literacy skills essential to civic life. Learn how to authenticate, analyze and evaluate information from a variety of sources and put current events in historical context through standards-aligned lesson plans, videos, primary sources, virtual classes and programs.  learn more

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Social and Emotional Learning Activities and Lesson Plans

The pandemic has shed light on the importance of social and emotional learning (SEL) in schools, though educators have recognized its value in the classroom for years. The following SEL lesson plans for students in elementary school through high school include writing prompts, downloadable posters, worksheets, reading lists, and more. With these activities and social and…  learn more

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Soundtrap

Explore creative sound making in the classroom. Soundtrap for Education empowers students and teachers to explore creative sound recording in all subjects, for all ages and ability levels. Whether students are exploring the ways music can take presentations to the next level, collaborating with classmates to create a song, or recording podcasts to share knowledge…  learn more

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TeacherVision: Educational Technology Resources

Use our educational technology resources to enhance your lessons and engage your students. Introduce topics and ignite conversation with these fifteen-minute mini-lesson PowerPoint Slides. To incorporate technology into your classroom, browse these listings for the best videos, digital books, websites, and online games to combine both the subject matter and a lesson on computer skills!…  learn more

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TeacherVision: Happy Holidays

Children write about the holiday or holidays that they celebrate in December (such as Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa). Then they draw a picture of their family celebrating that holiday. This printable is a great way to enjoy the holidays and teach classmates about differing traditions.  learn more

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Teaching Grades PreK-5

The elementary school years in the US cover a range of grade levels, typically from kindergarten through fifth grade, but often ranging from pre-kindergarten to sixth grade or higher, depending on the individual school system. The lesson plans, worksheets, and teaching tips covered in this section of Bright Hub Education focus on teaching younger students,…  learn more

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Teaching Middle School: Grades 6-8

Bright Hub Education Find lesson plans for grades 6-8 covering material in core curricula such as English, math, science, social studies, and art. Many plans offer a series of lessons in a unit that you can teach during a several day or week time period, while others offer thematic tie-ins across several subjects, reinforcing the relevancy…  learn more

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The Learning Network: Lesson Plans

Resources, strategies and ideas for teaching with The New York Times. Ideas and inspiration for teaching with The Times  learn more

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What Is Career Readiness and How Do You Teach It?

Career readiness is the process of preparing students with the skills they need to find, acquire, maintain, and grow within a job. Career readiness is important because it focuses on teaching the skills students need to succeed in real-world jobs. Chris Zook October 23rd, 2018 AES Learning Center A library of resources to address your…  learn more