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Creative Learning Website links
- Explore Lap Books, Mini Books, and more! (Pinterest page)
This Pinterest page on lapbooks has instructions, templates, examples, and just loads of inspiration.
- Factile (Jeopardy-style games)
Factile is a free online tool for creating your own online Jeopardy-style games. It's free for the first three games, then you need to pay by the month or the year. This is a great way to quiz students on material they should have learned. Enter your own questions and answers under topical headings and levels of difficulty. A player or team selects the category and difficulty level of a question they will try to answer. They earn points for correct answers that vary in value according to the difficulty level of questions. It’s relatively simple to create a game and super easy to play. Jeopardy Games work well with just two students, but they are great fun for group classes and families.
Lakeshore sells a huge range of educational products for preschool through about eighth grade. They have art supplies, project kits, math manipulatives, workbooks, educational games, and much more.
Roylco sells supplemental educational products for arts and crafts, science, math, language arts, and other areas with a special emphasis on products that are great for preschool through the primary grades. Check out their catalog for lots of creative learning ideas.
- WordSearch Wizard
WordSearch Wizard is a free website with pre-made word search puzzles and a tool for creating your own custom word searches with answer keys.
This incredible website has scads of free resources for those interested in unit studies, lap books, and real (living) books. Templates, very extensive lesson plans, and lots more are often arranged by age groups so it's easy to find useful helps.(Great for FIAR fans!)