This is my blog post on how to get started with Pinterest, including tips to easily score an invite (It isn’t that hard.) This is a great thing to do over the summer.
Lots of free resources for teachers. Follow the board for your grade level and find a lot of great ideas.
If you are a homeschooler, then Sara Hart’s pinterest boards are must follow resources for you.
Michelle is another great teacher here in Georgia that I’m following. She likes to organize but has a technology board with 426 pins that is a great set of resources.
I like these areas to help others on Pinterest and the ideas they have. If you like to help others, this is a great set of pinboards to follow.
Another great teacher to follow on Pinterest. A fourth grade teacher who has lots of ideas, particularly in reading and grammar.
I’m so excited that the way I like to find monthly resources is right here for US teachers. These are the lessons and information for June – feel free to upload and share your own. Start off with Carribean-American Heritage month – that would be fun for a daycamp.
The Share my lesson (cosponsored with the american federation of teachers) has organized lessons and materials by grade level.
So excited that one of my favorite sites for teachers (TES) has created a website particularly for US teachers called share my lesson. It is linked with many other websites and already has more than 200K resources on the site.
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