50+ Best Websites for Teachers


These days there are so many websites and resources available to help teachers, but that doesn’t mean that teachers know what all’s available to them.

There’s so many lists of websites out there, but what makes this one unique is that these websites have been recommended by teachers themselves. Thank you to all the teachers who submitted your favorite website!

A disclaimer, though: I have not personally vetted these websites. I’ve simply compiled a list of websites that teachers love and recommend. I hope it will be helpful. And help make this list even better by adding your favorites in the comments!

Best websites for teachers

Websites that Provide Resources, Ideas, or Professional Help

 Great Websites for the Classroom and/or Students

  • Remind.com – a safe way for parents to text message students and stay in touch with parents
  •  Moby Max – integrated curriculum and teacher use system for ELA and math Common Core
  •  Discovery Education – provides high quality, dynamic, digital content to schools
  •  Read Theory – Sign up for free and gain access to over 1,000 reading comprehension exercises.
  •  Read  Works – reading comprehension
  •  FCRR – Florida Center for Reading Research
  •  GoNoodle – brain breaks kids love
  •  ABCya.com – free educational kids computer games
  •  Planbook.com – lesson planning made easy
  •  Free Rice – practice questions in a variety of subjects (and they donate rice to impoverished countries for each answer you get right. How cool is that!?)
  •  Flocabulary – educational hip-hop songs and videos
  •  Reading Rockets – help young children learn to read
  •  CNN Student News  – a ten-minute, commercial-free, daily news program designed for middle and high school classes.
  •  Grammar Bytes – grammar quizzes
  •  AR Book Finder
  •  Utah Education Network – K-2 student interactives & much more
  • Illuminations – resources for teaching math

 Awesome Blogs for Teachers

Is your favorite website not on the list? Add it in the comments below.

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Linda Kardamis

I believe that when God calls us to teach, He promises the strength & wisdom to do it well. All we need to do is keep learning, growing, and depending on Him. I'm here to provide practical advice and Biblical encouragement so you'll have the confidence and perspective to not only inspire your students but reach their hearts as well.

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