Teacher Resources

Teacher Resources!

There are so many wonderful places on the web to find teacher resources.  Here are a few of my favorites:



Pinterest is an amazing way to share resources and collaborate with grade level partners district wide.  Multiple people can contribute to a board.  You can even make your boards private.

Please feel free to share a link to your own Pinterest Boards.

Below is a link to my Pinterest boards.  I even shared photos of my own classroom.  Remember Pinterest isn’t just for “taking” ideas… It is for “sharing” your ideas as well!  http://www.pinterest.com/bethca/




Teachers Pay TeachersTeachersPayTeachers_0

Teachers Pay Teachers is an AMAZING collection of printable worksheets, lesson plans and more!  The best part is that these resources are created BY teachers!  While some resources are free, many are offered for a reasonable price.  You purchase a license for use with ONE classroom.  Addition licenses can be purchased for additional teachers who wish to use the resource.  You are also able to sell your own items on TPT or offer them for free.

Tip! Put a request for TPT gift certificates from parents on your “giving tree” during Open House or Conferences. I found it to be very effective and parents are happy to give 🙂



MASTERY CONNECT 2Mastery Connect

A great reference for students, parents, and teachers to easily read and understand the core standards. Quickly find standards by subject, grade, and subject category (domain/cluster). This app includes Math standards K-12 and Language Arts standards K-12. Math standards include both traditional and integrated pathways.




Amazing Apps for Educators!


Class Dojo

logo2-1ClassDojo gives you behavior-tracking analytics and reports that can be shared with parents and administrators, all with just one click. No data entry needed, ever.

I love class dojo!  It is an amazing classroom management tool!  I used it for 2 years in my Kindergarten classroom.  I love how it helps students take ownership of their positive and negative behaviors.  They love being able to pinpoint behaviors that help and hinder their learning. We would set goals as a class to have 95% positive behaviors.  The students were able to use common vocabulary to describe why they did/didn’t reach their goals.   I would be happy to help you set up Class Dojo for your class.  Mrs. Kiernan and Mrs. Allen also used Class Dojo last year.    Class Dojo is available for smartphone, laptop and tablet.