Facebook Friday Giveaway question, I asked teachers to share their favorite free websites. Over 40 people responsed in less than 24 hours! I recognized some of the websites as my long-time favorites, but many of them were new to me. As I clicked through to check them out, I realized that it was quite an awesome collection!
I decided to compile the entire list and upload it to my website for others to use a a resource. You can download this 5-page list of Favorite Free Websites for Teachers by clicking the link or the image. I realize that a few of the sites aren't 100% free, but I left them on the list if they had some valuable free resources in addition to the premium features. The list is presented in no particular order and is mostly arranged in the order they were submitted. Thanks to everyone who responded to the question. Don't forget to check my Facebook page every Friday for your chance to win $20 worth of teaching resources!
Important Note: I revised and update the list on May 19th to correct a link error. It was brought to my attention that the link for the Bang on Time website on the original document went to a very inappropriate website. I had used the Bang on Time interactive game with my own students, but apparently the link that was submitted to me on Facebook was not the one I had used before! I found the correct link and updated the document. Please delete that document and download a new copy which will say "Updated May 19, 2012" under the title. I apologize for the error. Perhaps the link was correct when it was submitted and was later was purchased by another company, but the correct link goes straight to the source of the activity.
What are some of your favorite free websites for teachers and how do you use them in your classroom? Please share!