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Early World of Learning

Early World of Learning

Interactive learning environments specifically for preschoolers and elementary school-aged children.

World Book Dramatic Learning

World Book Dramatic Learning

Discover classroom plays and reader’s theater for differentiated instruction.



Access teacher resources designed and written by teachers for NoveList.

Teacher Reference Center

Teacher Reference Center

Indexing and abstracts for over 280 teacher and administrator journals and magazines.

Everyday Links for Teachers


Seasonal Links for Teachers

Everyday Links for Teachers

Teacher and Student

Bright Loop Learning – App for teachers – use qualitative notes in an actionable way, decreasing teacher stress & increasing ability to provide an individual education for every child.
Library of Congress Learning Page for Teachers
Teacher Link – Links to lots of web resources, as well as lesson plans, worksheets, posters and more.
NASA SpaceLink – Great for planning a space curriculum.
Animal Fact Guide – Annotated list of animal-related websites.
EEK! (Environmental Education for Kids) Teacher Pages
Children’s Literature Web Guide
School Safety Tips for Administrators
A Dozen Things Teachers Can Do to Stop School Violence Bullies in Books - Using Children’s and Teen literature to start a discussion on bullying.
Ocean State Libraries - Links to over 42 public libraries in Rhode Island

RICAT - Direct links to many Rhode Island school libraries.

Seasonal Links for Teachers


Women’s History Month


Scholastic: Women’s History Lesson Plans Grades K – 6
Scholastic: Moment in History – A Writing Project Grades 3+
Scholastic: Women’s History Play: All American Girls: A Play About Baseball
Women in History Writing Prompt & Activities – Grades 3+
Women’s Suffrage Lesson Grades 3 – 8
Women’s Rights: Ancient Egypt and the United States – Grades 3 – 5 Lesson Plan
Women’s History Month – Grades K – 5 Resources – NEA
Females in the Spotlight: Strong Characters in Picture Books (Grades 3-5)
March is National Women’s History Month (Grades 3 – 12)

Read Across America – Dr. Seuss Day 3/2

Read Across America

Planning for Read Across America Day
Read Across America Day celebrates Dr. Seuss
5 Ways to Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday
NEA’s Read Across America Ideas and Resources
Dr. Seuss Cat in the Hat mini-unit Lesson Plan
Dr. Seuss’s Sound Words: Playing with Phonics and Spelling – Grades K – 2
Meeting and Reading Dr. Seuss

Daylight Saving Time 3/9


Daylight Saving Science Experiment
Time Gone Crazy: Daylight Saving Creative Writing Lesson

St. Patrick’s Day 3/17

st patrick day


10 Tips for Incorporating St. Patrick’s Day Themes in the Classroom
St. Patrick’s Day Lessons and Irish Heritage Month Resources
St. Patrick’s Day Classroom Activities
Today is St. Patrick’s Day (Grades 1-12)
St. Patrick’s Day – Education World
12 Free Things for St. Patrick’s Day: Curriculum Resources for All Grade Levels Explore Irish Culture & History (NEA)

Spring Equinox 3/20


Plant Experiments for Kids
Scholastic: Spring Into Science
Signs of Spring Worksheet
Signs of Spring Kindergarten Lesson
Celebrate Spring: Lesson Ideas

April Fool’s Day 4/1


Grades 3 – 4 Lesson Plan