You can learn C++, Java, or Python3 for free using this site. You can start at the very beginning or if you already know some code, you may skip over the basics. Try one today.
Learn to code and help a nonprofit at the same time. You will build projects for nonprofits to use and you can add them to your portfolio.
NASA has made their entire media library publicly accessible and copyright free. You and your students may use any of the 140,000 photos and other resources any way you like.
Free public domain audio books. Listen on your computer, iPad, or other device. Search by Author, Title, or Reader. You can also volunteer to be a reader for them.
Visit the Transformation Center for ideas from other school leaders for how to start transforming your school, resources, and connecting with others. Be sure to click on the Resource Directory to see curated, featured resources.
Free resource with"world's largest collection" of videos and games aligned to Standards. Parent and teachers can easily search by standard to find resources for their students. It also has a large question item bank sorted by standards. You can quickly find questions for assessments here. Can be used with Google Classroom or Edmodo.
This is one of the many activities available on the National Park Service's WebRanger's website. It walks a student through how to read a map. It includes instructions on the Legend, scale, and directions. This could be done whole group with younger students and individually to reinforce the concepts.
Let your students make their own graphic organizers for free or use Bubbl.us to let your class brainstorm together. Easy to use site. You can make organizers without signing up for an account but you will not be able to save it and work on it later. You will need to finish it and print it in one setting or make an account where you can save it. It is free and you can sign up using your Google account.