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FREE Stuff for EducatorsThese free resources are listed by subject. Click on each subject to find items by grade level (Pre-K, K-12, Elementary School, Middle School, and High School).Art * Links to museum art resources by curriculum, topic, or artist; art lessons; and videos of artists demonstrating their art. * Loans of slides/CD-Roms, DVDs. Character Education * Links to character ed organizations, tips, lessons, curriculum materials, online articles. * Subscription to a biannual magazine. Environmental Education * Links to a wildlife group, a campaign, and an interactive program with lesson plan and workbook.Health * Links to health information news - from cooking to fitness to drugs to a SkinDictionary with audio pronunciations. * Posters, tips for teachers cards on behaviors that threaten students, kits, and a teen survival guide. Math and Financial Literacy * Links to virtual manipulatives, math lesson plans and activities, interactive practice games, and worksheets.Physical Education * Link to indoor movement activities.Reading and Language Arts and Literature Resources * Links to digital book site for students with difficulties reading printed text, lesson ideas, and interactive vocabulary games and spelling practice.Science * Links to lessons, activities, puzzles; downloadable photos; printable PDFs of books; professional development cases * Science bookmarks and posters.Social Studies * Links to lesson plans, videos, games, student stories, biographies, and a guide to inspire civic awareness. * Posters of great Americans and a student travel magazine.Spanish Language * Links to interactive materials.Special Education: Autism * Links to background materials and strategies that work.Supplies - General * Links to free book draw; create-your-own calendars; environment, teacher, and mentoring posters, bookmarks and posters.Teaching Tools * Links to lesson plan management site; databases for Native Americans; photos from the news; puzzlemakers; materials for making presentations; downloadable books, lessons, and worksheets; interactive word games; interactive lessons.Technology and Media Literacy * Links to videos, tip sheets, and discussion materials; safety tips, web research tools, and a media literacy kit. * Downloadable book on teaching with new media and a bimonthly e-newsletter on Internet safety.U.S. History * Links to radio spots on how Congress makes a difference in our lives and history of African Americans in the United States.World History * Link to online Holocaust workshop and teaching resources.Writing * Links to lesson ideas and activities; essays by young people with prompts for student writing; world newspapers; and a site where students to write and illustrate their own comic strips.Career in Education * Links to information on job searches, professional development workshops and case studies, and research reports and other publications on the latest studies in education today.
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