https://plickers.com/ *Plickers is a powerfully simple tool that lets teachers collect real-time formative assessment data without the need for student devices. (I would be glad to come into your classroom and demo).
http://quizizz.com/ *Quizizz is a fun game to conduct quick assessments with your class. You have the ability to view and save student data. (I would be glad to come into your classroom and demo).
http://flipquiz.me/ * Create Jeopardy-style review games for the classroom
ELAhttps://web.seesaw.me/ Student Driven Digital Portfolioshttps://spark.adobe.com/ Adobe Spark lets kids make their words and stories come to life, helping them nurture creativity and digital literacy, while teaching them presentation skills.https://www.commonlit.org/texts A free collection of fiction and nonfiction texts and lessons
http://lingro.com/ *Copy and Paste your website into Lingro and ANY WORD on the page is “clickable." The definition pops up immediately.
Newspaper Clipping Generator *Teachers can use this site to teach summarizing or even teaching opinion writing (editorials). How would you use it?
"The Kid Should See This" video collection of short videos that can start conversations, spark questions, & inspire offline exploration for all ages. Pair these videos with NewsELA articles or other nonfiction articles.