A teacher’s time is limited and to be an effective teacher you must be prepared for any situation. Here are some of my favorite free teacher tools that just might come in handy in your classroom.
Handwriting/Copy Work Worksheet Makers- To learn various prayers, liturgical objects used in Mass, and other church activities, having the students write it down is a good way for them to remember. Here are a few of my favorite handwriting worksheet makers that are FREE so you can make personalized handwriting worksheets (print or cursive) for your students.
chartjungle.com- Free printables calendars and charts for baby, toddler, children, behavior, checklists, chores, Christmas, schedules, education, day care, school, holidays, homeschool, awards, business, car, computer, garden, health, holidays, home, internet, money, music, pets, safety, science, shopping, sports, teachers, travel, and webmasters.
educationalworld.com- TONS of forms to print out for free: Templates, Assessments, Award Certificates, Back To School, Bookmarks & Book Plates, Bulletin Board Resources, Calendars, Classroom Organizers, Election Templates, Flyer, Posters, Signs, Graphic Organizers, Holiday Gift Coupons, Holiday Work Sheets, Icebreakers, Newsletters, Parent-Teacher Communications, Setting Goals, Student Resources, Teacher Quote Notepads, Traffic Signs, etc.
teachertools.org- Free downloads of forms and letters for Discipline, Academic, Communication, etc. Tons of forms and letters provided. Just click on "Forms and Letters" on the left and it will take you right there.
teachervision.fet.com- These ready-to-use forms will help you keep your classroom, lesson plans, and paperwork organized. Get ready for the new school year with our printable passes, teacher stationary, and student information sheets. The forms below will help you keep track of attendance, homework assignments, and students' grades throughout the year. You'll also find great resources for parent-teacher conferences and group projects. Use charts to monitor behavior, and reward outstanding work with our many awards.
freeology.com- Dozens of free printable teacher forms for everything from record keeping to classroom management.
edhelper.com- Forms: Class attendance form (PDF Format) (set dates, use your classes, and more); Meeting Reminder; Parental Contact; Please Sign (w ... Failed Assignment; Homework Log; Bring to Class; Thank You (small); Behavior Contract; Behavior Contract Weekly; Behavior Report, etc.
teachervision.fen.com- Use these printable charts, forms, and contracts to monitor your students' behavior. Evaluate their ability to work as a team with forms on student productivity in group settings. In addition to student-teacher contracts that establish behavior expectations, you'll find a variety of behavior management forms to document discipline issues in your classroom. Encourage students to make better behavior choices with our decision making worksheets. Notes, awards, and certificates make great rewards for good behavior.
teachervision.fen.com- Assessment can be a tricky task. Our collection of ideas and forms will make it easier for you to evaluate and grade your students' work, no matter their grade level. There are as many variations of assessment as there are students. Look below to find ideas on assessment strategies, modifications, and enhancing your existing methods. These assessment forms and techniques will work across the curriculum, so use them for math, science, reading, language arts, social studies, and your other subjects.
dotolearn.com- Providing the proper expectations, interventions, and supports can help individuals with special needs to succeed and learn the skills they need to lead productive lives. While this material is based on techniques that have proven effective for special needs, the tips may be of value for individuals with a range of other disorders that result in behavior, social, and learning problems. Topics include: Classroom Management, Learning Strategies, Education Resources, etc.
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