Our family was very blessed to be asked to review Super Teacher Worksheets, an incredible website with over 10,000 different printables. We were given an individual membership, which costs $19.95 per year.
One of the features I love about Super Teacher Worksheets is that you get a "filing cabinet" so you can bookmark favorites and come back to them later. This is great for those times when you have a minute to plan ahead for what you'll be doing next week or next month, but you may not want to print them out quite yet. You can save them and not have to worry that you've forgotten one, or spend time hunting around to find it again.
We recently read about Columbus, so Hannah and Jack made the Columbus cut out figure and used brads to fasten on his arms and legs so he could leap for joy at the sight of the New World.
Super Teacher Worksheets is not just endless, boring, drill work. There are crafts, mini books, math mystery coloring pages, and more. We like crafts around here, so that was what I gravitated toward, but another mom I know is using Super Teacher Worksheets, and she has been using the reading comprehension section the most with her kids. Reading comprehension and spelling worksheets are both available for grades 1-5 at this point. My students are pre-K, 3rd, and 6th grades, and there are plenty of materials available for all of them.
The science materials are fun and engaging, like this cootie catcher, or the one where we cut out different animal squares and pasted them into the correct classification groups.
While reading about the Native American tribes of the US, I gave Jack and Hannah worksheets to create their own teepees.
If you're anything like me, you've woken up one morning and realized it's a holiday and you have nothing planned. No worries! Head over to the holiday page, where you'll find all sorts of seasonal printables and calendars. Beyond Christmas, St. Patrick's Day and the like, you'll find things like Pi Day, Dr. Seuss's birthday, the Olympics, and of course, our favorite, Chinese New Year.
What I like best about sites like this one is that I have an instant resource at my fingertips. If I need a map of North Carolina, poof! There it is. Want to print up some Venn diagrams to talk about dolphins and porpoises? No problem! The search feature is easy to use, and almost everything I've looked for has brought up several results.
I like to look at what we'll be learning during the next week and then search to see what Super Teacher Worksheets has that might make good supplements for us, but that's certainly not the only use for this website.
You may remember, last school year, I bought Jack and Eli telling time workbooks. How much easier it would have been to be able to print off a few worksheets and then stop when they understood the concept. This year, we're plowing through a Map Skills workbook, but when I was browsing Super Teacher Worksheets, what do I find? Of course, map skills! Some of them very similar to the book we're using, which I have to make photocopies of.
I've mentioned before that I'm working with Katie on learning the names and shapes of the continents.
I printed a world map for her and had her color each continent the same color as it is in our book. This was a great way to reinforce what we've been reading and start to apply it to other maps.
I hope you'll take a minute to browse the Super Teacher Worksheets website and see what an amazing array of materials they have to offer. Everything from science to math to French and Spanish, and much more. You can even make your own worksheets by using the huge list of worksheet generator tools available on the site. These printables are a great addition to any homeschool.
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