If you’re looking for printable worksheets, online games, lesson plans, and other resources to support your teaching at home or in the classroom, Education.com is the place for you.
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Have you ever found yourself searching on Pinterest – or scrounging your files – to find an education resource fast?
Maybe your students need to review multiplication facts.
Perhaps you’d like a quick review worksheet for kids to complete when they finish their test – or for big brother to complete while you teach his younger sister.
You need a science experiment, stat.
It’s a rainy Saturday, and your child is asking you to print her a word search.
Or you know that an online game for reviewing basic addition would be just the thing.
Education.com is a popular website that gives you access to well over 15,000 resources. You’re going to love how the easy-to-use search bars will save you loads of time and effort when planning for your classroom, homeschool, or after school activities.
Search for worksheets
- Quickly search by grade, subject, or skill for printable worksheets that fit hundreds of subjects, themes, or seasons. Just enter the search term and click on the grade level and/or subject.
While I don’t recommend worksheet-heavy teaching, activity sheets can be useful assessment tools. You might also use them as time fillers for kids who arrive early or finish their work quickly. Some kids (like mine) even find worksheets to be a quiet, relaxing activity for the weekend. You won’t believe the variety you’ll find on education.com!
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Play educational games online
- Looking to sharpen math and literacy skills for kids in preschool through second grade? Build basic skills with Brainzy games.
While our kids have extremely limited screen time and aren’t permitted to play online games on their own, Brainzy games are super helpful to have on hand. They’d work very well for individual computer time in the classroom or for sitting down beside your child as he or she brushes up on math and literacy skills.
Find hands-on activities
- If you’re looking for a learning center idea, review activity, or other hands-on learning, checkout the Activities page. When I found it I knew I’d hit the jackpot! Just filter by grade and subject for educational ideas for preschool through high school!
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- Is it science fair time? Or are you looking for a science activity on a particular theme? Browse the science fair project ideas.
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