Teacher Resources

Here at Imaginative Learning Tools, we believe that whenever possible learning should be fun. That’s why we’re committed to helping you find innovative ways to present information in your classroom.

This section is dedicated to providing tools and resources that will spark teachers’ imaginations and allow them to share their “best practices” with other teachers.

Soon this page will be filled with great ideas from teachers like yourself. Check back soon!

Below you’ll find links to organizations, associations, and teacher forums where you’ll find some great information and innovative ideas.

Classroom Creativity:

https://www.saveonenergy.com/teacher-grant/
Interested in winning $500 for your classroom? SaveOnEnergy.com® is looking for the best lesson plans for teaching students about energy or sustainability.

http://www.lessonplans4teachers.com/
LessonPlans4Teachers.com is a great source for creative lesson plans. From social studies to math, you’ll find a wide variety of subjects and creative ideas.

http://www.kidzone.ws/
KidZone.ws is the place to go for worksheets and fun facts for your classroom. Great for grades 1-6.

http://www.school-clip-art.com/
Need free clip art? Look no further than school-clip-art.com.

http://formswift.com/common-core-lesson-plans
Free, customizable lesson plans for math, science and language arts.

National Organizations:

http://www.literacy.org
Literacy.org is your gateway to electronic resources and tools for the national and international youth and adult literacy communities.

http://www.nifl.gov
National Institute for Literacy (NIFL) is a nonprofit organization supporting family literacy services for families across the United States through programming, training, research, advocacy, and dissemination.

http:// www.famlit.org
National Center for Family Literacy (NCFL) is a federal organization that shares information about literacy and supports the development of high-quality literacy services so all Americans can develop essential basic skills.

http:// www.naeyc.org
National Association For The Education of Young Children leads and consolidates the efforts of individuals and groups working to achieve healthy development and constructive education for all young children.

http://www.nea.org
National Education Association is committed to advancing the cause of public education. Its members work at every level of education, from pre-school to university graduate programs.

Classes for Teachers:

http://www.readingassist.org
Reading Assist Institute (RAI) provides instructional classes that directly link sight, sound, touch, and movement to teach intensive, systematic phonics.