Finding the right curriculum can be challenging! Whether you're looking for the perfect homeschool curriculum, preschool curriculum, or just the right teaching resources for your classroom, it's not easy finding the perfect fit.
Choosing a Curriculum
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We love file folder games and this language arts game is perfect for preschoolers who are just learning their ABCs.
There's something special about these adorable penguins with letters on their bellies that just makes this file folder ABC game so much fun!
Gratitude Journal for Kids from Homeschool Preschool
Start the day off with gratitude. Journaling is a great way to practice writing and self-expression. This printable gratitude journal helps kids focus on the things they’re thankful for while getting in some needed writing practice. Use it at the beginning of the day before starting lessons or at the end of the day as a time to reflect on the positives of the day.
Beginning Consonant Sounds: Pirate Literacy from Kamp Kindergarten
Common Core Practice (6th Grade) from Mad Eye Moody Productions
CVC Short Vowel Word Work from The Designer Teacher
Does a hashtag create real social change? An Inquiry-Based Synthesis Essay from Mud and Ink Teaching
ELA Assessments from The Wordy Owl
ELA Pixanotes for Middle School from Mrs Spangler in the Middle
ELA Scoot Games for 1st & 2nd from Almost Friday
Hard and Soft G & C Sorting Mats and Clip Cards from The Therapy Mama
Lit Circle Response Journal from Primary Teaching Resources
My Fair Lady Film Study Guide from Class Act Press
Phonemic Awareness from Hanging Around Primary
Phonics Time from EduTunes with Miss Jenny
Pronoun Homophones Back to School from The Teacher down the Hall
Pronouns, Verbs, Simple Sentences & Wh Questions from Language Speech and Literacy
Radio Theatre for Middle School from Dramamommaspeaks
Short Vowel CVC Bundle from Literacy with the Littles
Short Vowel Word Families Phonics Hunts from Zyla's Zone
Sight Word Activities for Kindergarten & 1st Grade from Crazy Charizma
Spring Poetry Unit (1-3 Grades) from First Grade Diva Creations
Vocabulary Strategies Academy from The Candy Class
What Do You Think? Group Discussion Activity from Always a Lesson
Word Work for the Year (K-2) from Primary Fairy Tales - Chynna Santos
Yes No Questions from Angie S
Close Reading Comprehension with Color-Coding (Grades 3-6) from Rick's Resources
Digital Reader's Response Notebook & Graphic Organizers from Sugar Cube Learning
Phonics Reading Comprehension Mats from Kadeen Teaches
Reading Intervention Strategies from Katelyn's Learning Studio
Reading Strategies and Skills from Sara Rucker
Reading Task Cards from Aussie Waves
Sight Word Books from First Grade Maestra
Sight Word Story Comprehension (K-2) from My Kinder Garden
Video Games Reading Comprehension from Top Teaching Tasks
1st Grade Morning Work (Spiral Review of Math & ELA) from Mrs Shipleys Classroom
5th Grade Math Spiral Review from Growing Grade by Grade
Addition and Subtraction Sums & Differences to 20 from Elementary Island
Addition to 10 Activities Partner Game from Julie Davis - Big Ideas for Little Hands
Algebra Fundamentals from Weatherly
Counting to 12 Clip Cards from Resource Ranch
Counting Pictures and Dots: Addition for Special Ed from Lisa Goodell
Counting Through the Year (Kindergarten) from Resource Ranch
Escape to Summer - 5th Grade Math Review from Let's Be Franco
Exploring Math Manipulatives from Ms Makerspace
Kindergarten Daily Skills & Review from Kimberly
Kings and Legends - Mental Math Strategies and Fluency for Grades 3/4 from Resourcing Time
Math Art from Mrs Renz Class
Menu Math from Carol Bell - Saved By A Bell
Math SCOOT Games from live.love.teach.
Metric System Conversions from Heartfelt Teachings
Sequencing Mats from Traci Bender - The Bender Bunch
St. Patrick's Day Counting Pack from Supports for Special Students
Inspire and research, that's the theme of Eva Varga's science unit studies. The Engineering Unit Study asks kids to focus on the world's tallest buildings by asking questions like: what are they made of, why does it look the way it does, and where is it located? Students are then asked to create their own buildings based on the research they did. It's the perfect combination of hands-on learning and scientific research.
Back to School Interactive Science Lapbook from The Trendy Science Teacher
Bugs and Insects Nonfiction Unit Study from Spatial Projects
Maker Space Start Up Kit from Rainbow City Learning
Matter Interactive Notebook & Experiments from Chalk One Up for the Teacher
STEM Challenge: Create a Focus/Fidget Tool from Design Education
Volume Lessons (for use with Google Apps) from Stress-Free Teaching
Social Studies & History Curriculum
Celebrations Around the World from TeachEzy
France: An Introduction to the Art, Culture, Sights, and Food from Masterpiece Momma
The Seven Continents from Michelle McDonald
Do your kids love sharks? This curriculum of Shark Video Art Lessons is equal parts instructional and fun. It features 10 art lessons, 20 step-by-step tutorials, and plenty of art learning goodness! It's perfect for novice and advanced artists and can be used with multiple children which makes it ideal for use with a class or homeschool family. Check out the sample lesson from this series here!
Combine art and history all in one with these video art lessons! Featuring 23 Middle Ages art lessons, upper elementary and high school students can connect drawing and history with lessons on knights and crusaders, dragons, viking ships, castles and more! Try out the sample lesson on drawing a crown!