Teachers and parents: Use crosswords to review vocabulary and lessons for all subjects. Students may actually even enjoy doing the assignment! Crossword puzzles encourage logical thinking and correct spelling.
Internet Public Library
Information on thousands of topics sorted by subject and audience. Can’t find what you’re looking for? “Ask A Question” librarians will research it and get back to you.
The Story of Movies
An interdisciplinary curriculum introducing middle school students to classic cinema and the cultural, historical, and artistic significance of film. Free DVDs, a Teacher’s Guide, and a Student Activities Booklet, plus online resources, including a professional development area for teachers.
South Jersey Academy of Teaching and Learning
Though this site is directed toward New Jersey educators, it does provide resources for teachers in any state.
What to Learn U.S.A.
Free access to 400-plus games and educational activities in a range of subjects, including math, history, and science.
National Endowment for the Humanities is an independent grant-making agency of the U.S government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities.
Free Federal Resources of Educational Excellence
Teaching and learning resources from federal agencies.
Reach Every Child
Find information on various subjects, lesson plans, different cultures, and practical research tools.
Powered by the Discovery Channel, this site offers online homework help.
Sites for Teachers
Hundreds of Web sites devoted to instructional topics and tools, ranked by popularity.
Links to educational resources on the Internet.
Online educational games in math, grammar, science, spelling, and history for kids of all ages.
Worksheets, puzzles, and other printables on all subjects.
Links to education-related sites.
Lesson plans and ideas for incorporating technology in the classroom, articles for teachers and administrators, and links to resources.
Partners with schools, communities, and businesses to provide collaborative educational, scientific, and cultural learning activities.
Site where teachers, parents, students, and community members can collaborate, interact, develop, publish, and discover learning resources.
Links to free teacher resources, including materials provided by NASA.
5,000+ free printable pages and worksheets.
A great resource for information to supplement classroom textbooks.
PBS Teacher Source
Lessons and activities by subject.
New York Times Learning Network
News, resources, lesson plans, and “On This Day in History” for classroom use.
Publisher allows you to read chapters and complete texts of books online before you buy.
Resource for teaching students about money, savings, and foreign trade.
USA Today K–12 Education Online
Resources to help tie classroom instruction to current events.
Library of Congress
Locate book, journal, and article resources, access historical collections, and find multilingual resources on culture.