30 Amazing Sources for Free Teacher Resources

We Are Teachers went through a wide variety of internet resources for teachers to pick out the top 30. Their list starts with Amazon Inspire, which lets K-12 teachers interact and share content. Common Lit provides a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction reading passages, complete with questions to check comprehension. Education World offers more than a thousand free lessons, while the Library of Congress helps teachers incorporate primary sources into their lesson plans. Other well-known organizations like NASA, PBS, the New York Times and others all offer content and resources for teachers as well.

Key Takeaways:

  • Amazon Inspire is a collaborative and educational service, created for educators teaching K through 12 students.
  • Arts Edge, a program offered by the Kennedy Art Center, offers arts-based resources for educators teaching K-12 pupils.
  • A free collection of literary fictional and non-fictional narratives, with text-specific questions is available to educators, courtesy of Common Lit.

“Common Sense Media is a nonprofit dedicated to providing educators and students with resources to harness the power of technology for learning and life. Free lessons K-12”

Read more: https://www.weareteachers.com/free-teacher-resources/

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