Discounts / Freebies!

9 Steps to Create a Classroom Poster Using Google Docs

40 Retro Library Posters- my post from last year

*288 FREE Classroom Posters- from the Busy Teachers; contains infographics, posters for all grade levels

*Big 6 Posters- from Franklin/Chow

Brainy Betty's Free Posters- includes posters for orchestra, band, track

*Common Sense Media- digital literacy posters

Free Classroom Posters- from Teach With Me, covers math, science, alphabet, much more

Free Mini Posters- from Scholastic; 4 posters

Google Image Search- millions of results for large images; different worded search here

*Jan Brett's (author) Classroom Signs- animals on the posters; for younger grades; about 20 posters

Make Your Own Classroom Poster- use any photo-editing program
Motivator- create your own motivational poster

Peanut Free Classroom Posters- from Allergy Free Table

Poster My Wall- choose from their poster designs and modify them or start from one of their templates. Downloads are free, but the better quality downloads cost $$

Printable Classroom Signs- from Freeology; about 4 pages includes quotes from famous people

Poster Street- 12 posters for younger grade teachers

Science Method Printables

Southern Poverty Law Center- provided by a partnership of Teaching Tolerance, the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) and Facing History and Ourselves.

TeacherVision Posters- 233 pages of posters cover grades K-12 (they tell you the grade)

*Turn a Quote into a Masterpiece

Newstrawler- search newspapers, magazines and other news sources from around the world at the same time
New York Times Electronic Edition- read the paper exactly the way it looks in print form
NIE (Newspaper in Education)
The Paper Boy-5,932 newspapers
Replica Edition of the New York Times

MISCELLANEOUS Teacher Freebies

AOkTeacherStuff- extensive list

Crazy Free Stuff for Fabulous Teachers

Cool Freebie Links- extensive listing!

10 Free Things- from NEA

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence- teaching and learning resources from Federal Agencies; animations, primary docs, photos, videos.

Education Materials from the EPA

Free E-mail Addresses-100 sites reviewed; web based e-mail

Free Trade Magazines-100's to choose from!!

Freebies Planet- everything listed here (many categories) is FREE!

Free Trip Planner- receive your itinerary via e-mail after filling in the blanks

The Freesite- computer related stuff

GoToFreebie- daily updates with the latest free stuff

Sizzling Samples- misc. stuff

Stossell in the Classroom 2011- DVD

Teacher Freebies- list from Lisa's Freebies

Savings 4 freebies

Absolutely Freebies- software downloads

Adobe Illustrator Templates

Alternatives to Microsoft Office:
AbiWord- open-source word processing program runs on Windows, Mac and most Linux systems; layout looks like MS Office.

Atlantis Nova- basic word processor for Windows computers; download required.

Digital Citizenship Poster- available in 6 languages and regular and legal size

GnomeOffice- suite of apps which can be used for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations; for Windows computers.

GOffice- offers word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and desktop publishing; use right in your browser.

Google Docs- if you have a Gmail account, you can use the documents section to create documents, presentations, forms or drawings; download your file as a Word document or RTF; (rich text file) use in your browser and save in your Google Docs.

Jarte- "A free word processor based on the Microsoft WordPad word processing engine built into Windows."

KOffice- online open source software includes KWord, KSpread and KPresenter; works on Windows, Mac and Linux.

LibreOffice- free download for Mac & PC; works with MS Office files

Lotus Symphony- Windows download; includes Lotus Symphony Documents, Lotus Symphony Spreadsheets, Lotus Symphony Presentations.

NeoOffice- made for Mac computers; includes word processing, spreadsheet and presentation; download required; also available for Android smartphones.

Open Office- looks just like MS Office 2003; download required; (about 148 MB) Windows only.

OxygenOffice- more professional version of OpenOffice; has templates and clip art; download required.

QJot- word processor for Windows which can open MS Word files; you can save the program on your flash drive to carry with you.

SSuite Office Software- free downloads for Windows computers; many different free versions available.

ThinkFree Online- share and edit documents, spreadsheets and presentations on or offline; convert a file to pdf format; edit a MS Office document online; manage files from your mobile phone with an account.

Zoho- like Google Docs, with writer, spreadsheet, presentation offered for free. Zoho writer allows collaboration.
Brain Betty-100’s of free PowerPoint templates

Free Buttons-for web site design

Free Fonts- 1001 to choose from!

Free,000 images!

Freeze- free software downloads

Graphicsland- free PowerPoint Templates

Mike's Sketchpad- free fonts for PC or Mac

TIMELINESAlternaTime-this site is divided into different areas: history/cultures, science/technology, pop culture/current events & science fiction; very nice listing, including lots of fun stuff (Santa Claus Timeline, The Ferris Bueller Timeline Problem)
Dipity- slick looking timelines can be created; add text, images, video; use with Google maps to show in relation to your timeline.
Infoplease Achive Timelines- World History, Country History, U.S. History, Society & Culture, Disasters, Biography, Sports & Entertainment are found on this site.
Internet4Classrooms- find science/technology, individuals on this site; sample timelines: Dust Bowl, Face of Russia, food timeline, Indonesia (1933-1961) & Mathematics timeline.
Photo Timelines- from LIFE magazine; browse timelines or create your own from the huge collection of LIFE photos.
Preceden- web-based tool for creating timelines
TeacherOz- this great listing covers all types of timelines: world history, American cultural history, Year by Year 1900-2005, the Byzantine Empire, Ancient Art History, British Monarchy, Pop Culture, Old Testament. Too many to list here, but check this one out!!
TimeGlider- create your timeline to show more important events by increasing the size; stagger events on the timeline.
Timeline Maker- design your own timeline
Timelines of History- from the Big Bang to the present
TimeRime- add text, images, video to your timeline; you can also embed the timeline on a web site.
TimeToast- good choice for elementary or middle school students; easy to use.

World History Timelines- covers Ancient history through the 21st century

100 Best Free Web Space Providers

Bravenet- loads of free web tools and resources

Free are reviewed

Google Sites- recently updated; now drag and drop ease

Teacher Web Site-build your free site

Weebly- easy drag and drop

Wix- easy drag and drop


100 Megs Free-ftp or web based uploads

ADrive- 50 GB storage

Amazon Cloud Drive- 5GB storage

Box- 5GB storage

FileDen- 1GB storage

File Dropper- 5GB storage

File Factory- 500GB storage!

File Savr- 10GB storage

Google Docs- with a Gmail account, you can store up to 1GB in Google Docs

Megashares- 10GB storage

Megaupload- 200GB storage

MyFreeFileHosting- 100MB storage

OpenDrive- 5GB storage

SnapDrive- 5GB storage

UploadingIt- 10GB storage

Zerocatch-100MB storage space

ZNAIL-50 mb storage and no banner ads

ZumoDrive- 2GB storage


Atomic Learning- webinar archive

BrainPOP Webinars- How Do You Feel? Exploring Social Emotional Learning, From Alaska and the Iditarod Trail … To You!; there is also a webinar archive

Discovery Education- in addition to current calendar listing, you can view the archived webinars here.

edtechteacher- Explain Everything: iPad Screencasting and More

Emerging Tech- sponsored by Follett Software; for librarians and media specialists

The Future of Education- track what's available on your Google calendar

Green Teacher Webinar Series- Using Insects to Motivate Students, Food Systems and Sustainability

Math Solutions-
Supporting English Language Learners, Professional Learning Communities

PBS Teachers LIVE!

Scientific Learning- sample webinars include Guided Reading for Every Student Every Day, The Hidden Reason Your Child Struggles to Read

SimpleK12- many are free; some require full access

Webinars for Teacher-Librarians- from the TLCafe; Student Collaboration, Research Skills and Tech Integration,
Be the Change You Want to See in your Library Media Center.

Wolfram Alpha
- nice list of courses by subject area


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