On this site there are over 10,000 printable worksheets, activities, and games. In addition to the many already available resources, the site features a worksheet generator in which one can create customized worksheets that cater to what a child is already learning. Generated sheets examples include spelling, quizzes, word puzzles, math, flashcards, calendars, and much more.
The subject categories for worksheets listed are Math, Reading & Writing, Phonics & Early Literacy, Handwriting, Grammar, Spelling Lists & Worksheets, Science, Social Studies, Holidays, Puzzles & Brain Teasers, Teacher Helpers, Pre-K and Kindergarten, and Make You Own Worksheets. Most worksheets are available in both English and Spanish. New worksheets are added to the website weekly and the site is expanding in offering worksheets in higher grades.
Members have access to their own personal Filing Cabinet. While browsing worksheets there’s always an icon to click which will save that worksheet into the Filing Cabinet for future use. This feature is available in the top menu bar on every page visited on Super Teacher Worksheets. Other helpful icons listed below worksheets and descriptions include a magnify glass for previewing the sheet, a CC icon if the worksheet meets common core standards, and a icon with the word lang if available in more than one language.
There are two memberships currently available which are individual and school building site license. The Individual Membership costs $19.95 ( a nickel a day!) a year. The School Building Site License grants access for all teacher within a schooling building for $300 a year. You can sign on from any online computer with your log in information. Memberships can be purchased by check, money order, or securely online.
-How we use Super Teacher Worksheets –
I’ve been using Super Teacher Worksheets about three times a week or more. I like to pick out worksheets to use based on the studies my son and daughter are doing currently. For example, my daughter is just learning the basics of grammar. Her main curriculum teaches what she should know but I feel like she needs more practice to ensure those concepts really stick. She’s currently been delving into nouns and proper punctuation. The grammar worksheets offered on these concepts include hands on activities such as cutting and pasting, sentence scrabbles to solve, and so on.
My son is between pre-k and kindergarten so we are doing a lot of practice of things he should have pegged down. He’s enjoying the color by number worksheets and the drawing of shapes from circles to trapezoids! These worksheets have been helping his handwriting improve, his art skills, and his recognition of more advanced shape forms. Often he’ll be completing these during the times I need to have one on one lessons with his sister or when we have shorter school days and I need something to fill the gaps.
Other activity worksheets my kids are both enjoying and having fun with are the Holiday worksheets. I’ve been printing out back to school sheets to do now and saving Halloween and Thanksgiving sheet into the Filing Cabinet section under my account to print for the weeks ahead. Worksheets they are looking forward to are dioramas, calendar sheet, puzzles, and so on!
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