- ClipConverter.cc this FREE site allows you to convert YouTube videos to your computer without ads. Nice!
- Zaption is a FREE site and allows you to create learning tours — you can embed questions into videos and track students answers. Cool! Here is a link to a demo.
- Rewodify that allows users to simplify difficult text. All you do is copy and paste text into the program and it changes difficult vocabulary automatically.
- Wonderopolis is a site where students can go to find the answers to their OWN QUESTIONS. Check out this great blog post from A Teaching Life on how to use this website in your classroom.
- Flocabulary covers vocabulary, language arts, social studies, and math topics by rapping about them. It has a current events video uploaded every Thursday evening (appropriate for 5th grade). Each video has a transcription and students can click on vocabulary and see picture.
- Word Generation has lessons with 5 vocabulary words for math, science, debate, and writing.
- TC Courses of Study shows progression ladder of book choices on student interests
- Evernote is an app that allows you to take notes on a student conference, upload a picture of work, and record a conversation.
- Genius Scan allows you to turn any picture into a PDF.
- 50 favorite classroom apps that I need to take a closer look at soon.
So, are there any digital resources you have discovered recently? Please share!