What's the best site from which you can download free lessons and materials?

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vira (not verified)

Thank you for great lessons.

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Thank you for great lessons. I really appreciate the work you do

kathy (not verified)

istep practice, interactive

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I am a reading teacher searching for ISTEP practice that is FREE for my EH kids. Does anyone know of a site where they can practice on line and it seems like a cool "game"?? I have to keep them actively engaged BUT have a computer lab, too!!!
Thanks
Kathy

KAlfke@swparke.k12.in.us

Cheryl (not verified)

This site is absolutely the

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This site is absolutely the best place to "get it all". Great lessons that connect to curriculm and the standars are listed too!

Angela McNellage (not verified)

Kadoos to Read Write Think

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I love this website. There is not one topic in my content area (English), that I do not use Read Write Think to help in ideas and presentations. I love their interactive tools for my students. Thinkfinity is also another awesome site. Everthing is teacher friendly and easily understood. I like they way the ideas are broken down into grade levels and topics. Two really cool sites. And they are FREE!

Jimma Kaye (not verified)

On second thought

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Although I voted for Read Write Think, it is great and deserves the vote, Thinkfinity is the source to keep available for the very reason, it is "The Source". It has the links to RWThink, along with Illumination, Edsitement, Smithsonian, Literacy Network, etc. I was weeding out Fast Dail and realized I was marking way too many sites. I just made note of the links as a reminder and narrowed down to Thinkfinity.Just click on the logos at the bottom of the page. Easier that way, remember the affiliates.

Bharathi Raghavan (not verified)

English

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I really appreciate the work and effort gone in 'Readthinkwrite' as am an enlgish tutor, I find it more useful for the resources, though I use thinkfinity also.
All are great and I applaud the creators of these sites.

carl jenkins (not verified)

math, science, social studies and ELA

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Thinkfinity is a great interactive site that is valuable for students who need modification but are great on computers. I use all the links and they are great tools that apply critical thinking skills . It's truly the best keep secret but I let the cat out of the bag so my colleagues can experience the true 21st century teaching practices.

Ann (not verified)

Thinkfinity has fabulous

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Thinkfinity has fabulous content partners that provide lesson plans, primary sources, interactives, media, assessments, etc. All are researched and the content partners are experts in their fields. Read, Write, Think is one of those partners. If you love Read,Write, Think- you'll love the other partner sites too. Check them out!

Debbie Waller (not verified)

Poetry

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I just discovered Read,Write,Think and found it a fabulous resource.I will definitely use it again .
Many thanks

Heather Giammaria (not verified)

Best Site for Lessons

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I regularly visit readwritethink.org when trying to plan lessons for the novels and plays that my 11th grade English classes are reading. The site offers comprehensive plans that often include ways to integrate exploration, technology, and writing into the English classroom.

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