This is a great collection of lessons on the history of Rock and Roll. Lessons include lots of media content, printable activities, discussion questions, and more. There are lesson tracks organized chronologically or around various themes or grade levels. Lots of interesting and useful content...all for free!

This is a relatively new blog written by and for writing teachers. There are lots of great ideas for K through 12 writing. Each of the 7 contributors also have their own websites and sell resources through Teachers Pay Teachers. If you subscribe to the blog you can get a few free downloads as well.

Learn Math Fast

This math system covers grades 1 through 12 and is focused on helping students develop good "mental math" habits. It looks like the sort of program that will work very well for some students, but not others. It is reasonably priced, and there are some sample pages available for you to try.

This is a website from a high school history teacher with thousands of links. It appears not to be maintained anymore, and some links are dead, but there is still a lot of good stuff. There are also quite a few online quizzes and other resources that were part of several AP classes. It will take a bit of looking, but there are some real gems here!

Cozy Grammar

Inexpensive online courses in grammar, punctuation and spelling. Includes video lessons and online practice and tests. The video lessons are very well done, in beautiful settings that make them enjoyable to watch.

Lets Go Geography

An elementary geography curriculum including map activities, notebooking pages, links to online activities, and more. The program is still in development, with one year (of a proposed 3-year sequence) available. Very reasonably priced.

KUTA Software

This software generates worksheets for practicing concepts in jr. high/high school level math. The software is a bit pricey, but there a free worksheets available, and you can get a 14-day free trial.


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