[Super Teacher Worksheets] 10000+ Free Printable (Maths, Science, Reading) ,lesson plans, learning games + more for Pre-School - Year 5
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[Super Teacher Worksheets] 10000+ Free Printable (Maths, Science, Reading) ,lesson plans, learning games + more for Pre-School - Year 5

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During these lockdown times with no schools, the popular online teacher resource website, Super Teacher WorkSheet has been kind enough to open up their catalog of student materials to assist students at home while they stay at home without access to their schools.

The units for some of the measurement based lessons will be imperial units, so please check before sharing with the kids so as to not confuse them.

From now until the end of June the content has been made free, just login with the below credentials and you can then pick and choose what you like, download/print and use :

User ID: temporaryaccess
Password: stayhealthy

Super Teacher Worksheets has loads of printable teaching resources for nursery through 5th grade. Topics include math, reading, writing, phonics, grammar, spelling, science and social studies.

Thanks to the OP at OzBargain for spotting this earlier today.

Hope it helps someone.
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Thank you for sharing. It will be very useful for me little one.
chineseguyuk25/04/2020 21:32

Thank you for sharing. It will be very useful for me little one.


Glad you find it useful. I was on the lookout for something for my kids too and found this, will give it a try.
note this is US-educational material
booboobeaker25/04/2020 22:08

note this is US-educational material


Yes the units will be imperial, that said a lot of the content is just as relevant to the UK as its to the US.
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Watch out for American spellings too. A UK site that a lot of teachers use is Twinkl.
Trouble is with lots of these they don’t have the answers to go with them. The bbc bytesize is good though
I wonder if a home learning Mega thread would be useful?
This is a great resource thanks. I am perplexed by the comments on units and language. Lots of kids effortlessly flip their dialect and often language between work and school. They can manage!
1mran26/04/2020 11:30

This is a great resource thanks. I am perplexed by the comments on units …This is a great resource thanks. I am perplexed by the comments on units and language. Lots of kids effortlessly flip their dialect and often language between work and school. They can manage!


You echo my views. Most of the stuff kids study in different countries have the same concepts and themes.
Theteabaron26/04/2020 10:46

I wonder if a home learning Mega thread would be useful?


That’s a good point for sure, coz it’s feeling a bit scattered right now. With 2 kids running about, I will see if I can find the time and motivation to put something together
We've mainly used Scholastic US (posted on another deal) and this looks equally good. Fortunately one of us is a teacher, but you can anyways work out with your child what they are weak on. Use the lockdown effectively as 1:1 on their weak subjects, using these worksheets.
Anything for 4 year's old kids out there please ?
Stu_2226/04/2020 10:34

Does this mean more simplified.


1. means does NOT follow British curriculum in schools. However, I have checked out a few of US vs UK - and comparatively up to Grade 4/5 in the U.S - this matches with UK year 5 / 6 respectively. There are differences though.
2. U.S. uses $ and not £ in money probs
3. U.S. uses imperial system of counting e.g. gallons, quarts and the UK uses grams, KGs, ml's and litres etc

So my advice - if you want your child to be working independently - a/ avoid money probs where $ and cents vs £ and pence is apparent.
b/ avoid weight problems which avoids confusing your child.
Apart from that - as I have just been checking out - the rest appear to be usable.
The most outstanding resource and I am not related to them in anyway - its Twinkl and you get a freebie month - hotukdeals.com/dea…261
My son in yr 8 - has boosted his science big time during lockdown given their resources. Very grateful to them.
kooger2126/04/2020 09:56

Trouble is with lots of these they don’t have the answers to go with them. …Trouble is with lots of these they don’t have the answers to go with them. The bbc bytesize is good though


This one has got answers
Thank you for this. Will check it out later as putting together some ideas for families of the children that I normally with with and also some things to do with my lot.
matwalaboy26/04/2020 11:46

That’s a good point for sure, coz it’s feeling a bit scattered right now. W …That’s a good point for sure, coz it’s feeling a bit scattered right now. With 2 kids running about, I will see if I can find the time and motivation to put something together



I've had a go at doing it. I've never done a mega thread
hotukdeals.com/dea…147
Theteabaron26/04/2020 16:43

I've had a go at doing it. I've never done a mega …I've had a go at doing it. I've never done a mega threadhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/home-learning-mega-thread-free-resources-pre-school-primary-and-secondary-3450147


Thats a fab resource - thanks a lot
matwalaboy26/04/2020 17:40

Thats a fab resource - thanks a lot


I had a little bit of time on my hands this afternoon.
Thanks, looks really impressive, just watch for the reading and writing Americanised spelling. I spotted a couple during a quick look through so there's bound to be many more. Voted hot and thanks for posting. 🏻
Hi , any pointers for getting kids interested in writing reviews/composition. My son is in year 2 and I find he really doesn’t have the patience /appears clueless when I get him to sit down and write a summary of a story or movie etc .. though have noticed kids his age seem to be able to do this ... had a look last week and other than twinkle , can’t seem to find any sites to focus on this area .. grateful for any suggestions
blkwhte26/04/2020 22:31

Hi , any pointers for getting kids interested in writing …Hi , any pointers for getting kids interested in writing reviews/composition. My son is in year 2 and I find he really doesn’t have the patience /appears clueless when I get him to sit down and write a summary of a story or movie etc .. though have noticed kids his age seem to be able to do this ... had a look last week and other than twinkle , can’t seem to find any sites to focus on this area .. grateful for any suggestions


I turned the tables, picked a book THEY like, you don't need worksheets, asked them 5 questions, but also got them to ask me 5 questions about the same text. They got the red pen etc etc. Answer them all wrong then they have to correct it that's when they start to process.

But to your point on patience don't worry about what other kids are supposedly up to. They're all different but catch up.
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quarts , cups , feet and inches? no thanks (not voting though)

yes kids CAN adapt. but why should they?

if you're all OK with eroding the language and having kids on the street say silly things like "Write me" or "My bad" etc..I think it's bad enough as it is thanks to TV/Music/Internet British English is dying (but of course, that's just a whinge isn't it ..)
Anyone found a good bulk downloader to dump the whole of this site to HDD so we will have it after the june cut off?
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