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Hi friends,
I am switching from first grade to third next year and want to start researching, gathering lesson ideas, etc. What are your favorite blogs, websites, & teachers pay teachers sellers and resources specific to third grade?
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But here are my favorite websites. Most are for the students but some were for me. Some require a membership fee. Our district paid for Brain Pop. I mostly used the junior version but sometimes the older version worked for my students. I taught third grade as well.

http://studyjams.scholastic.com/studyjams/

http://www.storylineonline.net

http://www.readwritethink.org

https://switchzoo.com/default.htm

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/cont...idscorner3.htm

https://sciencebob.com

https://www.worksheetworks.com

http://edheads.org/?

http://www.voki.com

https://jr.brainpop.com

https://www.superteacherworksheets.com

http://reading.ecb.org
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I love https://www.readworks.org/
Great resource for reading passages, assessments, and lessons
http://www.mobymax.com/
Free part, I think it is worth paying for. You can differentiate in ELA, math, and it has a fluency part, science, social studies... They are constantly adding to it. You can generate graphs from student data
https://padlet.com/dashboard
Great for giving kids assignments and a place to quickly return with a response, screenshot, peer edits, exit slip type thing
https://web.seesaw.me/
Can share with parents, students can share work with you before they erase it (whiteboards, word work, shared activities) and respond with text, video, or voice response. They can also "like" each others work and comment if you wish.
http://www.commoncoresheets.com/FunStuff.php
Great free resource for all levels of math worksheets - aligned to CCSS and grade levels, with answer keys.

One I just found and will use next year for putting together differentiated lessons and organizing projects.
https://edpuzzle.com/

I have purchased some things on TPT, but honestly find that every time I do most of it is wasted, not really what I want, and/or sits there without being used. It is either too much, or not enough. I purchase very little, and I use mostly free websites. If the district or school pays for it, I will use it. Otherwise....
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I like using Pinterest and Beestar. Pinterest has great ideas all the time and Beestar has a good selection of worksheets for the kids.
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I teach 5th but have students reading at all levels. I recommend www.readworks.org. You can assign online reading on the same topic or different topics to the entire class at their personal reading level. You can assign their built in comprehension questions and see instantly the reading comp skills your kids need to work on the most.


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