Studies is all about teachers, too. If you're an educator,
these links are for you!
On Using This Site
Check out this page to learn more about how to use this site. Find links to articles, glossaries, fun facts, search engines, and much more!
Worksheet Library is home to over 5,000 printable K-6 worksheets for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. Many of the worksheets are available at no charge.
Excellent resource for including digital sources in your
teaching. Don't miss Ask the HyperHistorian!
This WONDERFUL site is a one-stop shop for educators, offering LOADS of resources to make your teaching experience all that it can be. Theme units, daily materials, art and reading art just part of what's waiting in store for teachers at EdHelper.com. Want help making puzzles? They can do that, too. Check it out!
to Z Kids Stuff
LOTS of fun stuff for kids, just like it says, from A to Z.
Find monthly calendars, free downloads, school activities
and ideas for young kids, older kids, all kids!
Cable in the Classroom
This excellent site has resources for classroom programming as well as a comprehensive list of links for further study. Give it a click!
Online Education Courses
Online Education Search is a search engine that will help you search for online education courses to start your online college education.
Check out this fun, education site, which has a good
selection of helpful, informative articles and links on just
about every education topic you can think of.
Amazing list of resources for teachers and educators:
Find links to files of all subjects and varieties. Exciting
"Site of the Moment" feature.
Lesson Plans for Elementary
Your About Guide to Elementary School Educators gives you
lesson plans, teaching ideas, and more! Find information on
history, geography, government, and all other aspects of
This site has an amazing amount of information for teachers
and other educators of elementary age children!
Peter Lourie books
This author writes fun adventure books for kids.
History on the Internet Research
Fascinating self-guided tour of the Internet, from an
award-winning set of lectures on teaching history. This is
more theory and text than lesson plans and graphics, but it
is well worth the read.
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