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A few days ago I shared a post about all of the fun freebies from Evan-Moor. Today, I am excited to be sharing another one of their great resources with you. The Evan-Moor Teacher File Box is an amazing subscription
Evan-Moor Teacher File Box
Often we are working on a subject and we want to take it a little further, a child needs a little more help, or I am looking for something to cover a specific skill where I see a need. I can spend a lot of time searching the internet for just the right resources.
However, Evan-Moor is offering another option, the Teacher File Box. This resource is a digital ‘file box’ full of activities and worksheets for Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth grades.
There are thousands of pages of resources including crafts, games, worksheets, and more. The resources cover a wide variety of subjects including reading, writing, math, science, history, holidays, and more.
The File Box is a monthly or annual membership that gives you access to all of the available resources to use with any of your children. You can also try it FREE for two weeks to see if it is a good fit for your family.
How Do You Use the Teacher File Box
The teacher file box could be your primary curriculum or you could use it as a supplement.
Our family is using it as a supplement to our other curriculum. I love that I can sort through the resources in so many different ways. You start by deciding if you want to sort by curriculum, holiday, or theme. Then you can narrow those down into further categories and skills. You can also sort by grade level. I appreciate that I could choose a range for grade levels which gave me more flexibility.
For example, my seven-year-old needed some reinforcement with sight words. I was able to print a fun sight word bingo game that we could play together. It reinforced the words he needed to learn but made it feel fun and not stressful.
We are also studying birds in our nature study program and I was able to find a fun writing activity about birds nests that will reinforce what we have been learning and give him good practice on his writing skills.
I do want to mention that it worked very well for me on chrome but not on Firefox. So when you check it out be sure to use a browser other than Firefox.
If you have multiple grade levels studying one concept, you could worksheets that were geared to that topic for each grade level. For example, with our bird study, there are worksheets about birds from Preschool through eighth grade. So I could have my second grader doing one worksheet and my eighth grader doing a different bird worksheet to reinforce what we learned together.
Other Evan-Moor Reviews
Earlier this week we reviewed the fun freebies from Evan-Moor. Also, check out some other reviews of specific Evan-Moor products below.
Resource Library and Affiliate Disclosure
When you sign up for the Schoolin’ Swag free resource library you will get a link and password to the library, we are adding to the library each month with new items. You will also get a bi-weekly newsletter email to keep you up to date on what we have going on.
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