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ABCTeach.com  This site offers a bunch of information divided up between theme units, research/reports, activities, games/puzzles, etc…  Click Here
AOL Time Warner Foundation  The AOL Time Warner Foundation provides teams of educators and community members with seed money and other resources to implement innovative projects that improve student learning by integrating interactive technology. Nontraditional, collaborative approaches that "reinvent the definition of school by creatively involving the larger community" are encouraged. Addressing disadvantaged populations is also a priority.  Click Here
AT&T  Submit a brief letter of introduction and a description of the project to your local office's Public Relations Department. Find a list of the postal addresses of local AT&T offices at the Web site of the AT&T Foundation, along with a variety of resources for grant seekers.  Click Here
Bill Nye  Disney's Bill Nye "The Science Guy" explains new and exciting science experiments. This site also contains online experiments, TV schedule, Fun Facts and many more interesting areas to see.  Click Here
CIESE Online Classroom Projects  This site focuses on projects that utilize real-time data available from the Internet, and collaborative projects that utilize the Internet's potential to reach peers and experts around the world.  Click Here
Coalition for Community Schools  Public schools help to bind a community together. The Coalition for Community Schools offers links to likely funding sources, as well as the Sustainability Planning Checklist, a unique assessment too for K-12 administrators on its highly informative and extensive Web site.  Click Here
CyberSmart  This is a K-8 curriculum site that teaches Internet safety and responsibility. It contains lesson plans and activity sheets as well as standards alignment.  Click Here
Elementary Art Lesson Plans  This site contains several useful lesson plans ranging from hands-on to computer art. A few examples include watercolor strawblowing, stitchery projects, monochromatic landscapes and embossing.  Click Here
ePals Classroom Exchange  This is a great site if you are wanting to setup a penpal program in your classroom. Not only will you be incorporating technology into your classroom but you will be saving money by not having to send handwritten letters.  Click Here
Foundation Center  The Foundation Center offers its Foundation Finder, a free searchable database comprising basic and contact information for more than 60,000 foundations nationwide.  Click Here
GrantsAlert  GrantsAlert helps nonprofits, especially those involved in education, secure funds. The Web site simply aims to make life a little easier for fundseekers. Visitors will find a wide selection of corporate, state and federal grants targeting educational needs.  Click Here
Indiana Department of Education  IdeaNet from the Indiana Department of Education is a nice site for all types of information.  Click Here
Indiana Web Academy Lesson Locator  You can find standardized lesson plans for Indiana teachers here. The site is broken down between K-8 and 9-12 plus there are several good lesson plans listed. It is a must see from the Indiana Web Academy!!  Click Here
Intel Model School Program  The Intel Model School Program is designed to provide computer technology to any U.S. school or destrict that can demonstrate how the products will improve the quality of the learning experience for both teachers and students. Intel matches grant recepients with companies that will supply the equipment to meet their needs. After filling out a preliminary application online, selected schools are required to file a formal plan and be willing to participate in a case study.  Click Here
K-12 Teacher Resources  Here is a page that contains several links to site that have lesson plans, activities and other fun pieces of information. Some sites even have online quizzes.  Click Here
Learningpage.com  This is the place for lesson plans, worksheets, activities and more.  Click Here
Lesson Locator Indiana  This website gives standardized lesson plans for Indiana Teachers.  Click Here
Lesson Plans & Resources  This site contains lesson plans and resources for teaching math, science, social studies, language, etc…  Click Here
Lessons for the Smart Board  A technology teacher developed site with Smart Board Lessons in different content areas.  Click Here
Levi Strauss Foundation  Levi Strauss Foundation will make grants to public schools and nonprofit groups in eight states, Canada and dozens of international countries. Simply submit a letter of inquiry of up to three pages describing the project to be funded. Providing better access to a quality education to poor youth, especially girls, is one priority; other priorities are self-esteem programs and efforts to improve educational outcomes.  Click Here
Math Forum  The Math Forum is the comprehensive resource for math education on the Internet. Some features include a K-12 math expert service, an extensive database of math sites, online resources for teaching and learning math, plus much more.  Click Here
Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation's Melody Program  Strike up the band! Through Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation's Melody Program, schools can get grants to purchase new musical instruments or repair older ones. Only schools with existing music programs but no other source of financing may apply. Grants typically range between $500 and $10,000 in retail value, with applications for repair receiving priority.  Click Here
NASA  The teacher resource page has links to Educational Services, Instructional Materials, NASA Projects, NASA News, NASA Overview, and Frequently Asked Questions.  Click Here
NCTM Tools Page  This site has java based tools that will work well on the SMARTboard to teach math concepts.  Click Here
Read Write Think  Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.  Click Here
RHL School  Here is another site that contains free worksheets for english, math and reading.  Click Here
Sanford Art Adventures  Here is one of the best art sites around! There are products and resources for creative individuals from beginners to advanced. You can create art, study art, play art related games and even look at lesson plans! This is a must see for all art teachers.  Click Here
School Grants  This site has grant opportunities (federal, state, foundation) for K-12 schools, grant writing tips and resources, and link and news.  Click Here
SchoolExpress.com  You will find free worksheets as well as online activities and many other features.  Click Here
Sites for Teachers  Find top-rated Web sites for K-12 teaching and learning, as determined by your peers, at Sites for Teachers. Offered in an easy-to-read table format, more than 15 pages of detailed links cover all academic subjects, as well as professional development and more. There are free workshops, instructional materials, and a multitude of resources for teachers and students.  Click Here
Smart Technologies  Information on the Smart Board. Can we add a category for this under Teachers Resources? I am finding lots of sites with good information on the Smart Board.  Click Here
Space Science  Space Science features daily news about NASA research, live sky events, space weather, and opportunities for our readers to participate in real NASA science. See also ThursdaysClassroom.com and SpaceWeather.com for related information.  Click Here
State of Indiana Lesson Locator  lessonlocator helps you to find lessons based on the Indiana Standards. You can search by subject area and grade level.  Click Here
Teachers & Families  This site contains numerous articles for parents, covering the topics teachers want parents to understand. The site also has hundreds of preschool activities, a wealth of K-12 study units, puzzles and special education information.  Click Here
Teachers First  TeachersFirst.com is a web site geared exclusively to the needs of K-12 classroom teachers. It contains extensive listings of web resources, lesson plans and other materials. They also provide a synopsis review of each site, written by a classroom teacher. They also provide Special Ed information.  Click Here
Teachnet.com  This site contains lesson plans on multiple subjects from art to social studies and more.  Click Here
Templates for the Smart Board  A school`s website featuring templates for the Smart Board. Has grades K-12 and Specials.  Click Here
Thursdays Classroom  NASA news and research related to the Hubble Constant and cosmology. The aim of Thursday's Classroom is to provide a lasting connection between NASA's latest research and the classroom environment.  Click Here
U.S Dept. of Education's Gateway to Educational Materials  It's huge, it's free and it's updated every two weeks with newly available resources. It's a treasure trove of free teaching and learning materials for pre-kindergarten to high school levels.  Click Here
U.S. Dept. of Education  Peruse all of the U.S. Dept. of Education's active programs via this easy grants hub.  Click Here
West Elementary Online Projects  Here is a page full of projects from West Elementary School in Loogootee, Indiana. Some of these projects also contain lesson plans.  Click Here
Worksheet Generator  You can make your own worksheets or browse through over 300 ready-made worksheets, created by teachers like you.  Click Here

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