a community of language teachers from around the world who share
their homemade worksheets on a free-to-use platform, provides this
amazing collection of ESL worksheets connected with the Christmas
Common Sense is the largest independent nonprofit
organization committed to helping kids, teachers, and families manage
media and technology in life and learning.
Common Sense Education provides high-quality digital
literacy and citizenship programs to educators and school
communities. Their free resources include ratings and reviews of
digital tools, a comprehensive K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum,
ready-made lesson, plans, videos, webinars, and more.
You can search for an image or browse the collection.
The University of Pittsburgh provides access to the
digital materials on this site for educational and research purposes
only. Any other use of these materials, including but not limited to
commercial or scholarly reproductions, redistribution, publication,
or transmission, is strictly prohibited without written
Buncee is a creation and presentation tool for students
and educators that enables them to easily bring together all kinds of
content (buncee artwork, photos, videos, drawings, audio, and links)
onto one digital canvas, making a cloud-based, shareable creation. It
allows learners to visualize concepts and communicate creatively. It
also provides a catalog of stock images and animations that they can
add to their slides. https://www.edu.buncee.com/
Along with other resources,
videos are a great way to help improve students’ comprehension
If you are interested in the
use of video as a tool for ESL teaching (why and how to use it, good
practices and examples...), we recommend you read this free handbook
by David Deubelbeiss, a
professor, teacher trainer and tech advocate.
PIZZAZ (People Interested in Zippy and ZAny Zcribbling) has been an Online Resource since 1995 from Leslie Opp-Beckman
For Scribblers and Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL).
This site uses poems and short stories as writing examples and exercises to teach creative writing and usage. It provides simple creative writing and oral storytelling activities with printable handouts for: Poetry, Fiction and Tricks. They can be used with all ages.
Website created by Aurora
Jove and Luz Pérez, teachers of English at Ponte dos Bozos State
Primary School in Arteixo (Galicia. Spain).
The website is focused on the learner and on the use of
ICT as a teaching tool in the ESL classroom. It provides a funny way
to refresh grammar skills with lots of interactive games, quizzes,
Education First English Proficiency Index (EPI), a report which
attempts to rank countries by the average level of English language
skills amongst adults, has published its
latest research on where English is learned around the world and
quality of teaching in each country to find the places with the
highest proficiency of English as a second language.
The EF EPI sixth edition was
calculated using test data from 950,000 test takers in 2015. The test
takers were self-selected and no demographic information was
collected on them. The tests are used by the company for marketing
and placement purposes (Source Wikipedia)
Website for Primary
and Elementary schools providing more than 260 free educational
interactive teaching resources and activities and may free to use fun
kids games and activites for kids. Subjects including: Maths,
English, Science, History, Geography, R.E., D.T., I.C.T, French and
Crickweb can be used in the classroom, as well as at home
Playground is a learning site created by Colleen King in 2002 for
students in her classes who needed to practice math facts. It
provides math games, logic puzzles and problem solving activities.
You can find math games by theme and by grade level. It is described
as a safe
place for children to learn and explore math concepts at their own
Anglomaniacy.pl is a Polish website created by Barbara
Kowal with thousands of resources for kids who are learning English
as a foreign or second language. They will find here lots of online
activities and printable worksheets.
Anglomaniacy is divided into four main sections:
vocabulary, expressions, grammar and printables.
been forced from their homes and more
lost their lives in years of armed conflict, which began with
the government of
President Bashar al-Assad
and have escalated
site developed by a professor in the Seattle area provides very
interesting resources to deal with the issue in the English language
in Washington D.C, the Newseum is an interactive museum that promotes
free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment to the
Constitution of the United States: religion, speech, press, assembly
and petition. It was open in 2008.
is a free online learning platform for teachers and students that
shows the Newseum's commitment to reach all who wish to better
understand these freedoms and their relationship to learning and
teaching history and civics.
provides free learning tools on media literacy, EDcollections, lesson
plans, activities, EDideas, and much more.
can register to get free, complete access to all these resources.
hosted by Vicki Hollett and her husband Jay, English teachers and
teacher trainers. On this site you will find more than a hundred
videos to help you learn and improve your English. Videos are
categorized by level and theme.
GoNoodle is a free service
designed to promote physical fitness and to improve self-regulation,
academic performance, language skills, and more. It provides an
online environment where they can choose avatars to represent
themselves. This environment helps them channel their physical and
Hundreds of short funny videos (2-5 minutes) that get the kids active at school and at home. Very interesting for quick brain breaks in the
MIT+K12 Videos is an educational outreach media program in the Office of Digital Learning. They produce original digital media and live programming that seeks to spark curiosity and a love of learning among middle-high school students, open the door to the STEM world, and promote STEM-literacy among the general public.
Teachers can find all of their videos available to download and stream on their PBS Learning Media page. They will find related resources, follow-up/ supplementary activities, and standards alignment for each video to integrate into the classroom. Supplementary materials can also be found on their Pinterest page.
is a learning website with hundreds of fun educational games and
activities for children aged up to 10 that challege the mind,
encourage creativity, help with problem solving, and stimulate memory
development among other skills.
of them are useful to try to teach English to little kids. Games are
organized by age (0-6/ 6-10) so you can find the best online games
for your child.
very good tool and a creative way to learn and practice English.
Canal en YouTube que aporta
numerosos vídeos (la mayoría tienen una duración de entre 5 y 15
minutos) con explicaciones sobre diversos aspectos de la lengua
inglesa. Pensado para hablantes de español ya que las explicaciones
están en esta lengua.
Puede resultaros interesante
como refuerzo de las explicaciones para el alumnado, repasos disponibles en red, etc.
The Eyes on Bullying Toolkit
was developed and written by: Kim Storey, Ron Slaby, Melanie Adler,
Jennifer Minotti, and Rachel Katz, at Education Development Center,
This toolkit provides
specific insights, strategies, activities, and resources to address
bullying. It is designed especially for parents, caregivers,
educators, and healthcare providers who work with children and youth
in homes, early childhood programs, schools (K-12), afterschool and
youth programs, camps, and healthcare settings. (Source: Eyes on Bullying Toolkit)
Factmonster.com is a free reference
site for students, teachers, and parents. On Factmonster you can find
facts on many subjects including sports, entertainment, technology,
business, education, health... It combines essentian reference
materials, fun facts and homework help.
Its content is written and edited by
experts and includes an encyclopedia, dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, a
homework center, and educational games.
ProfessorWord is a free to
use browser tool tha helps you learn new words while you surf the
web. This user friendly browser bookmarklet can help you prepare your
English vocabulary for SAT, ACT, GRE, and similar aptitude exams.
Down is a site created by Elisa Bueno Brinkmann (IES Las Marinas.
Roquetas de Mar) where you will learn English from the other side of
the world (New Zealand). You can visit links about Geography,
History, Wild Nature, society and daily life...
different resources are available: videos, documents, legends,
photos, interactive quizzes, tips for travelling and visiting New
Design Collaborative is a non-profit design resource dedicated to the
education and inspiration of future designers. Its activities include
this website that promotes design thinking and provides a showcase
for kids' original projects.
is focussed on children from age 9 and interested in exploring the
world of design. The site is broken down into sections such as
fashion, graphics, interiors, books, products, film and theatre,
architecture, animation and environmental design.
The 2016 Summer Olympics
will take place in Rio de Janeiro and other Brazilian cities, from 5
to 21 August 2016. The host city of Rio de Janeiro was announced on
October 2009. A record number of countries will be participating in
a record number of sports.
There are many educational
resources on the Olympic Games. There is also a fantastic amount of
online resources to help them master the English language while they
are learning about culture and sport. Here are a few examples: