Technology Homework Worksheets
Welcome to Education World's Worksheet Library. Here you will find hundreds of ready-to-print student worksheets. Click on the links below to access the worksheets of Education World's printable library.
JumpStart offers a variety of worksheets for preschool through grade 5, along with quality educational games.
HelpTeaching.com offers free printable student worksheets for all subjects and grades K-12. In addition, create customized tests and worksheets from a huge item bank covering an extensive range of categories.
NEW: Free Printable Online
Free Printable Online specializes in elementary language arts and math worksheets.
NEW: Have Fun Teaching
Have Fun Teaching specializes in elementary language arts, math and social studies worksheets.
NEW: Timesavers for Teachers
Timesavers for Teachers specializes in report card comments, classroom forms, worksheets and downloadable teacher resources.
SuperTeacherWorksheets offer a selection of printables, specializing in math and language arts worksheets, to enhance learning across the grades.
NEW: School Express Worksheets
SchoolExpress provides a collection of creative worksheets to reinforce key concepts across subjects and grades.
Critical Thinking Worksheets
Looking to build your students' critical thinking skills? The folks at The Critical Thinking Company present a sampling of 100+ printables to help build a wide range of skills across the grades.
Animals A to Z
Students learn interesting facts about animals they know (and some animals they don't know) as they reinforce basic skills of capitalization, punctuation, spelling, and grammar. (Grades 2-4)
These @Home learning activities provide teachers with simple and effective tools for involving parents. Each printable page offers an activity for families to do together. (Grades Pre-K to 8)
These calendar templates and printable pages can be used to build student skills and for many other purposes. Be sure to see our "25 Ideas for Using Education World Monthly Calendars." (Grades Pre-K to 12)
It is widely recognized that skills practice is one key to improving standardized test scores. Use this daily activity to build language skills, cultural literacy, and scores. (Grades 3-8)
Geography A to Z
Challenge students to learn about geography as they explore famous places around the world one letter at a time. Each printable worksheet provides clues to seven locations around the world. (Grades 4-8)
Hunt the Fact Monster
This activity challenges students to build reading comprehension and Internet searching skills. Perfect for your classroom tech learning center or for tech teachers. Two levels: primary and ele-middle. (Grades 3-9)
Internet Scavenger Hunts
Use the Web link provided to answer questions about timely topics of interest across the grades. The Hunts are organized by month. Perfect for your classroom tech center. (Grades 2-5)
It All Adds Up Math Puzzles
Challenge students to put their addition skills to work as they fill in the missing numbers so each row, column, and diagonal add up. One puzzle for each week of the school year. (Grades 2-5)
Make Your Own Worksheets
Use Education World's worksheet templates to make your own 10-question activities. A wide variety of templates for holidays and special themes such as winter, April showers, and Halloween. (Grades Pre-K - 5)
Math Cross Puzzles
Math Cross Puzzles are to math what crossword puzzles are to vocabulary. Build a wide variety of math skills: computation, measurement, money, word problems, estimation, place value, time... (Grades 3-12)
Which state is described by the five clues? Give all the clues at once, or give one each day of the week. The clues get more obvious as the week progresses. (Grades 3-8)
Math Fact Practice
Math Practice 4 You
Hundreds of printable pages provide practice and reinforcement of addition, subtraction, and multiplication facts. Coming soon: division facts and more.
News for Kids
Education World presents a timely news story for you to share and discuss with your students. Use this week's news story, or dig deeper in our news archive to get students talking and thinking. (Grades 3-8)
Phonics Word Search Puzzles
Students love the challenge of a word search puzzle. Use these word search puzzles to teach and reinforce phonics and spelling skills. Thirty-six printable puzzles in all. (Grades 2-5)
Readers Theater Scripts
These ready-to-read scripts provide hours of classroom fun. Each script includes a vocabulary list, discussion questions, and follow-up activities. (Grades 3-6)
Popular Sudoku puzzles are excellent tools for building students' critical thinking skills. Thirty-six puzzles in all, one for each week of the school year. (Grades 3-12)
Challenge middle-grade and high-school students to build a fabulous vocabulary. Students use their dictionaries to help them figure out which Word Bank word fits each sentence. (Grades 5-12)
Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Education World's intrepid adventurer, Mrs. Waffenschmidt, travels to some of the world's most interesting places. Can you figure out where she is this week based on the clues she provides? (Grades 3-8)
Word Search Puzzle of the Month
Present students with a new puzzle each month. Challenge them to hunt for words related to the month. Each puzzle contains a word box with about 15 timely words. (Grades 2-5)
One of Education World's most popular features. Use these story starters to motivate student writing. Explore our archive of more than 100 Writing Bug printable pages. (Grades 1-8)
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Printables, Templates and Worksheets
Education World has a huge collection of templates on our Tools & Templates page. You'll be able to find most everything you need there. This page shares some other sources for templates.
Most award certificates, student progress updates, seating charts and other templates are available as word processing documents. You can modify and individualize those before saving or printing them.
Other templates are designed to be printed and used "as is." You can make modifications, such as adding a specific name or date, after printing the product. Most non-modifiable documents are created in PDF (portable document format), a file format that has the advantage of maintaining all the formatting of the original document.
You can find many templates for forms, documents, letters, and classroom visual aids -- somewhere -- in either a word processing document or PDF form. Whether you're looking for a printable handwriting guide or a modifiable IEP form, you'll most likely find what you need at one of the sites listed below.
As you select the resources that best serve your needs, be aware that, although all the templates discussed here are free and none of the sites require registration, some sites will ask you to register. If you don't choose to do so, simply click Cancel when the registration window opens, and download will continue. Note that sometimes the registration window opens behind the browser window -- and you cannot see it. If a download seems particularly slow, look for the word Enter in the task bar at the bottom of your screen and click it to bring the registration window to the front. Then either register or cancel to continue downloading the document.
Forms and Letters
This link takes you to a page on Vickie Blackwell's site for teachers. The site does not exactly offer forms and letter templates. Instead, it gives you the tools to make your own using Microsoft Word.
Forms and Testing
First-grade teacher Jill Perkins provides a number of useful -- and sometimes hard-to-find -- templates, including a weekly lesson plan, ABC flash cards, a handwriting practice page, a 100s chart, and a classroom grading aid. You will find most templates in both non-modifiable (PDF) and modifiable (Microsoft Word) formats. The site also includes templates for Dolch flash cards for first, second and third grade.
Many of the templates found at the sites mentioned in this section are PDF files. To view these files, you'll need Acrobat Reader, which you can download free from the Adobe Acrobat site.
Laura Candler's File Cabinet
North Carolina educator Laura Candler created this extensive selection of printable teacher resources, cataloged under easily accessed headings. Odds and Ends, for example, offers a classroom incident report form, an e-mail project permission form and more. Graphic Organizers includes such commonly used organizers as a sequencing map. You will also find an assortment of student worksheets for all subject areas and for a variety of learning center activities.
Printables and Worksheets
A to Z Teacher Stuff offers a variety of printable worksheets, including 100s grids, shape books, maps, a metric converter worksheet, and more.
Teaching Extras for the Classroom
ABC Teach provides lots of printable teacher resources, including hall passes, homework reminders, flash cards, assignment forms, thank-you notes, and more.
School Forms Tool Kit
Family Education.com provides a bus change form, an authorization for dispensing medication form, a field trip permission form, and an all-purpose school note. These printable forms are designed for parents, but teachers can use them, too.
If you're looking for printable (but not modifiable) outline maps to use with your students, check out Outline Maps from Houghton Mifflin's Education Place or Maps from ABC Teach.
Finally, be sure to check out Education World's constantly growing collection of printable, editable, and highly customizable Teacher Tools and Templates.
Article by Linda Starr
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Last updated: 10/3/2016