- Have Fun Teaching provides us with free worksheets, coloring pages, activities, and lots of other goodies.
- My local library’s website is also a favorite spot since I can browse the catalog online and place items on hold for Bill to pick up on his way home.
- CurrClick has a new freebie available each week and they are GOOD freebies!
- Amazon.com gives me tons of free educational apps and children’s ebooks for my Kindle Fire, and I must add that having supplies delivered to my door is awesome.
- Education.com is probably where I spend the most time looking for printables because they have free worksheets, activities, and more!
- Pinterest helps me keep all the amazing ideas I find for homeschooling organized.
- NotebookingPages.com makes creating notebooking pages super easy and that is a huge time-saver. (Don’t miss their Facebook Party on May 22nd for a chance to win tons of prizes!)
- Swagbucks, which I use for searching the internet, allows me to earn gift cards to Amazon.com where I can buy books and other classroom supplies.
- Apples4theTeacher has a unique variety of resources, including a worksheet generator, a dice generator, online coloring, and a ton of other stuff for all subjects and holidays.
- Scholastic Teacher Express often has ebooks for $1 and also has freebies available for download.
What are your favorite websites?
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