If you are a Kindergarten teacher, or would someday like to be, this is the page for you! Here is where I have compiled and organized all of the technology-based resources I have found that will be useful and beneficial for incorporating technology into your Kindergarten classroom. I hope you will find something you will enjoy and this page will help make incorporating technology a little easier for you.

Arts Education Resources:

English Language Arts Resources:

Blogging - Blogging can be a useful tool for young children who are just learning how to read and write. Kidblog is a website that is safe for teachers and students to blog. Blogging will allow your students to get familiar with skills such as spelling, word and sentence formation, as well as telling stories (real or not). Blogging also allows students to share their ideas with their peers on a common site as well as comment on others' work/stories.
apple.jpg Outcome CRK.4; Indicators a and g
apple.jpg Outcome CCK.1; Indicators a, b and c

Letter Sound Recognition - students can play the game Starts With? which allows them to look at a picture and choose the correct letter that the word starts with, out of 4 possible options. For example, students will be shown a picture of an apple with four possible letters (A, L, F, and M). The students would click on the letter they believe Apple starts with.
apple.jpgOutcome CRK.1; Indicator e

Health Education Resources:

Mathematics Resources:

Physical Education Resources:

Move to the Groove - this YouTube video is a fun way to get your students up and moving, whether it's during their gym time or just in the classroom as a brain break.
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apple.jpgOutcome PEK.6; Indicator d

Science Resources:

Social Studies Resources:


PBS Teachers - this website covers almost all of the above teaching areas. This link has multiple pages full of various teaching resources, including videos, online interactive activities, as well as lesson plans. There are so many activities I could not pick one, so feel free to browse to find activities that best suite your classroom.

Studyladder - I put this resource under other because it covers all of the subjects listed above. You do have to sign up for this website, but once you have a profile it allows you to search by subject area and then you can pick your grade. You also have the option to search for the type of resource you want from a large selection, including; assessment, challenges, interactive activities, interactive play, videos, and many more.

Gamequarium - this website is another great website that looks at each of the subjects listed above. On this website you will find videos, games, and activities for each subject area, and all of these are divided by grade which makes it easier to find what you are looking for.