This site provides many of the most well-known nursery rhymes. With each rhyme you can hear it read aloud or sung (both with a British accent.) You can also download Smartboard activities for each rhyme.
You have got to check out this site! "Mr. R" has created all sorts of songs, poems, stories and videos to help students learn math and science. There's even a link so you can watch the videos if youtube is blocked - the ones I looked at are really great. The songs may take a moment to load (but they're worth the wait.)
Are you looking for a site with copyright free pictures for you and your students? Try Morgue File. Photographers put their unused pictures on this site for teachers and students to use.
Word walls are taken to a new level in Tagxedo, word clouds with styles. These word clouds take the shape you choose and can be customized to your liking.
Here is an example of one using the words from this blog:
Join in on the ultimate virtual classroom experience that only Edmodo can offer - register using your school code to enter the Shelby County domain. Edmodo connects you with other educators around the district and even globally through professional communities and groups. Teachers can choose to create groups for students to join and use as their online classroom.
This is an elementary site with some uses for everyone. It lets you make word clouds that are easy to print. There are games for the different grade levels, K-5. These are all free.
The title says it all. You click on the link to create a document and then invite others to type on the same page with you. Each person is color coded so the others can tell who typed which part. Great for using with collaborative groups. It is easy to tell if everyone is doing their part of the project. So simple to use!
I can't think of a better site to begin our "Tech Treats." This site consists of nine partner sites developed by some well-respected educational organizations. Each site includes standards-based lesson plans, student activities and reviewed websites.