Last Update: April 5, 2006
- Health Smart Virginia
Internet resources of Virginia Educators to support the Health Education
Standards of Learning
- National Center for Learning Disabilities
LD Talk is the only online discussion devoted to topics of interest to the
learning disabilities community.
- Learning Disabilities Association
LDA has provided support to people with learning disabilities, their
parents, teachers and other professionals. At the national, state and local
levels, LDA provides cutting edge information on learning disabilities,
practical solutions, and a comprehensive network of resources. These
services make the Learning Disabilities Association of America the leading
resource for information on learning disabilities.
- International Dyslexia Association
The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is a non-profit organization
dedicated to helping individuals with dyslexia, their families and the
communities that support them. The goal has been to provide the most
comprehensive forum for parents, educators, and researchers to share their
experiences, methods, and knowledge.
- Get It, Got It, Go Obtain
informational material and assessment tools for measuring the developmental
growth of young children.
- DIBELS The Dynamic Indicators
of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) are a set of standardized,
individually administered measures of early literacy development. They are
designed to be short (one minute) fluency measures used to regularly monitor
the development of pre-reading and early reading skills.
- Get Ready to Read! This
resource includes a screening instrument, activities and lots of information
that teachers and parents can use to build early literacy skills.
- Reading Rockets Contains
lessons, activities, and articles focused on reading skills.
- Read with Me Strategies, lesson
ideas, books lists, and more to help you build these fundamental skills with
children across a variety of ages and abilities.
- We The People
Constitution Day September 17, 2005
We The People Constitution Day.
In response to
legislation passed by the U.S. Congress that requires educational institutions
receiving federal funding to present a program pertaining to the U. S.
Constitution, the Center for Civic Education offers age-appropriate lessons
suggested for use at each of the following grade levels
- A Commonwealth
of Knowledge Lesson plans correlated to Virginia's SOL written
by teachers in Virginia. Submit a lesson plan and earn 10 recertification
- A Teacher's
Guide to the Holocaust An overview of the people and events
of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and
- A+ Math
Create your own flash cards & worksheets.
- AskERIC Lesson
Plans A lesson plan collection that contains more than 1100 unique
lesson plans which have been written by teachers from all over the United
- Awesome Library
Organizes the Web with 14,000 carefully reviewed resources, with areas
for kids, parents, and teachers
Web'n A searchable library of learning sites on the Web
- Bridge - Ocean Sciences
Teacher Resource Center Great online resources for marine science
- Carol Hurst's Children
Literature Site A collection of reviews of great books for kids,
ideas of ways to use them in the classroom and collections of books and
activities about particular subjects, curriculum areas, themes and professional
- Community Learning Network
Annotated links to free resources or educational WWW sites designed to
help K-12 teachers integrate technology.
- Cool Lessons Educational
Units and Lesson Plans. Includes lots of resources, including
webquests and websites on Space Colony, Scrooge for Mayor, Immigration,
and Civil Rights along with many others.
- Eisenhower National
Clearinghouse Useful websites for math and science and
- Fun Brain.com
This site has educational games for kids and a place for teachers to post
online quizzes that are graded with the results emailed to the teacher.
- History/Social Studies Web
Resources for Teachers Thousands of links for K-12 teachers
- Ideas Selected, high-quality,
highly usable, teacher-reviewed web-based resources for curricula, content,
lesson plans, professional development and other selected resources.
Schrock's Guide for Educators A categorized list of sites useful
for enhancing curriculum and professional growth
Technologies Graphic Resources Varied sets of free graphic resources,
including subject specific graphics
- MarcoPolo: Internet Content
for the Classroom Standards-based Internet content for the K-12
- Middle School.Net
Contains curriculum resources, lesson plans, as well as "how-to's"
on various technology topics (spreadsheets, databases, presentations)
Donn's U.S. History Lesson Plans and Activities Many lesson plans,
activities and links about American history - Check out the holiday
- Mrs. Glosser's Math
Goodies Features interactive math lessons, homework help, worksheets,
puzzles, message boards, and more
Maker Create word search, crossword and math puzzles using your
- Quia! Over 500,000
activities on a variety of subjects
- RHL School, Free Teaching Resources:
Your place to get an enormous supply of free quality worksheets for teaching,
reinforcement, and review. Free worksheets that are truly unique.
Many of these worksheets can serve as the basis for lessons
- Scholastic.com Rich educational
content and great online activities for families, teachers, and kids
Virginia's Standards of Learning Provides sample resource materials
and teaching strategies for
teachers in Virginia to assist in their implementation of the Virginia
Standards of Learning.
- Teacher Vision Great teacher
tools and holiday lesson plans and resources
- Track Star An
on-line interface that helps instructors organize and annotate Web sites
(URLs) into lessons
- U. S.
History to 1877. Virginia's Fifth Grade Curriculum
A list of Internet sites that correlate to the 5th Grade Social Studies
- WVPT for Learning
Official Web Page Information about resources offered by WVPT,
including a search for ITV programs by grade, subject or SOL
Online SOL Practice Tests
Integrated Lesson Plans by
Page County Teachers
Integrating Technology into
the Standards of Learning
Correlation of Software to the
Standards of Learning
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