It's especially handy to have on days when you know you're students are going to need a little extra help with a certain language skill. Another excellent website for reading comprehension activities.
Also, I'm living proof that this website can work miracles.
I hadn't done algebra for 10 years and it had me back in the swing of things in no time! K12 Reader has tons of worksheets about grammar, vocabulary, composition, reading skills, and spelling.
But most of the stuff is very cheap (below $10) and you get to keep it forever and edit it as you please.
Busy Teacher just recently changed its setup so you no longer have to be a registered member in order to reap the benefits of its free resources.
Check out the list below and bookmark it as a handy reference sheet for future classes.
I personally feel like this is one of the most useful sites I've come across as a teacher.
It's a quick and easy way find non-fiction reading that's appropriate for your classes.
If you are a TESOL professional, chances are you have at some point taught IGCSE, TOEFL, IELTS, Checkpoint or all of the above.
This is mostly because graphic organizers can be such a royal pain in the you-know-what to create on Word or any other program, but Eduplace has number of other resources.
These include bilingual resources, shape-book patterns, spelling lists, and outline maps. This is another fantastic resource for young learners.
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