Worksheet Resources

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Any worksheets I find that I like – I print. Even if they don’t exactly fit the students I have at the moment, my classroom is always changing and you never know what level your new students will be at. I organize all of my worksheets into binders. I generally organize them by concept and level (ie. easy comprehension, hard comprehension, easy matching (pictures), matching with words).

I highly recommend investing in a heavy duty 3 hole punch (if you school is like mine and doesn’t have any fancy copier capabilities such a hole punching). For some reason – I dread putting worksheets away and I realized it took so long because the holes were uneven from different packets. The industrial 3-hole punch to the rescue! Ahhh… pretty much embarrassing how happy that made me …

Here are some websites that I like:

I have found some easy writing/spelling worksheets here:

Math worksheets:
Tracing worksheets:
https://www.handwritingworksheets.com/ (make ones with names of kids)

Matching worksheets: (good for kids with limited writing skills)

Any other must-have websites for worksheets?

 


19 Comments

  1. Thank you for all the work you do. You are a resource goddess.

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  2. I adore Reading A – Z and News-2-You. Both are paid sites though. The News-2-You worksheets correspond with the text topic of the week and are leveled. They cover all sorts of subject areas.

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  3. One of my favorites for reading and writing skills is https://first-school.ws. It is theme based, Organizes by letters, and covers other subject area topics. It is a religious based web page for preschool and craft ideas and is a great site for those low skilled level students. Not all materials is religion based and can be adapted to your needs.

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  4. When I taught preschool special ed I used http://www.childcareland.com religiously. I still use it for my lowest students who need to work on colors, shapes, alphabet, and numbers.

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  5. You are too sweet!

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  6. Love News-2-You!

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  7. Will definitely check it out!

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  8. Thanks for the idea!

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  9. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  10. Wow these resources are awesome! Have you ever thought about saving everything on an external drive or does your school have a back up server? I have everything saved on our server, which I can access from anywhere. I can even print from home to school. Just seems like a lot of paper and binders! I print out everything the week before and file in my M-F organizer. Thanks for all the great website resources!

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  11. Yep! I do that a lot more now but this system was started way before the days of google drive! 🙂

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  12. I am wondering about the Boardmaker looking worksheets. Are those something you are selling? Did you buy those somewhere?

    Thanks, Amy

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  13. Sasha I love all of your resources and ideas you provide! I swear I own most of of your store on TPT and utilize all your ideas in my classroom.

    I am curious on how you organize the worksheets in your binders, If you have multiple students at similar levels and working on similar goals how many worksheets do you print? Do you have the kids turn them in for data collection?

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  14. Aww! So great to hear that my resources have been helpful! So it depends on which worksheets. For storage and worksheet “inventory” – I have everything in binders based on subject. I usually lesson plan for a month at a time and pull worksheets I need based on each student or groups curriculum map. I copy enough for the month. For independent work binders – I have students at similar levels doing the same sheets – makes my life easier! And update every month or so as well. For direct instruction work – I note progress on data sheets and send most home while keeping a few samples for student portfolios (of the super great work!). Hope this helps! The organization piece can be tricky!

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  15. My very favorite website for tons of resources is themeasuredmom.com

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  16. I’ll have to to check it out! thanks for sharing!

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