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Must-see websites?

Must-see websites?

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Hi all. I'm compiling a list of the education sites that you go to every day when you log on -- the go-to place for lesson plans, curriculum ideas, a quick grabs for those national holidays that catch us all off guard, or the 100th anniversary of such and such. Thanks for your help.

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SciTeach4u aka Beth Pennington's picture
SciTeach4u aka Beth Pennington
8th Grade Science Teacher, Science Fair Coordinator, Jefferson County, WV
ellen d lunz's picture
ellen d lunz
speech language pathologsist from Chicago

I'm a certified speech and language pathologist who works primarily with early childhood special ed children. The best overall website I have ever used is This site has everything a teacher or special educator needs. I have used it for years and highly recommend it for anyone in the field of education.

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OWL Purdue
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Carl's picture
Assistant professor, Emmanuel College

Diigo, a social bookmarking site has extra features for teachers. It is much more than a place to store bookmarks! You can join group of other educators and share resources. I suggest you take a tour.

You can share your bookmarks with a simple link also. Here is the link to my library.

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Mike Brady
Sixth grade geography teacher from Fort McCoy, FL

I can't believe I have two sites to contribute that I haven't seen listed. (the free access is good, but for $25.00 you can get a whole school access, to include parents.) Lots of great activities for all ages. Printable and ready to go. Free crossword making software. Powerful printing options, and you can make html puzzles for your webpage. I saw this one listed already, but just a plug. It's the BEST flashcard website out there. You can join groups, or search for word lists that others have created. Top notch.

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Robin Nehila
5th and 6th grade math teacher

some of my favorites: (my school has a subscription, but there is free stuff too!)

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