American Association of School Librarians- Best Websites For Teaching and Learning
Brush Ninja-A fun tool for creating animations that can be played back. Great examples of Brush Ninja used in education.
Elementari-An online platform that connects artists with writers to create and share interactive stories. Stories published automatically credit the artists.
Explore-More than 250 original films and 30,000 photos from around the world championing the selfless acts of others.
Libraries Ready to Code-An abundance of coding activities from multiple sources for beginners to the experienced coder.
National Geographic Education-Free resources for all grades in any subject. Watch the 2019 GeoBee Championship!
NCMA Learn-From the North Carolina Museum of Art. Designed for educators, students in order to look at and learn from works of art.
Pulitzer Center-Working with elementary schools, high schools, and universities to bring international issues and the journalists who cover them into the classroom.
Teaching Tolerance-Free resources for educators who work with children K-high school emphasizing social justice and anti-bias.
Tour Creator-Create your own virtual tour with photos, points of interest and share!
Unite for Literacy-a digital library for preschool and primary learners