ELA News: Search for current event articles by topic. Articles can be modified by lexile. Short quizzes and answer keys are often available.
ThinkCERCA: Search for non-fiction readings and high level writing prompts by Common Core Standards.
DogoNews: Lower level news articles. The site can be searched by content area & articles can be embedded, printed, or e-mailed.
ReadWorks: Find passages, lessons, and comprehension questions by keywords, grade levels, lexile, etc.
Tween Tribune: Readings and quizzes by lexile. Sponsored by the Smithsonian Institute.
LearnZillion: Database of lessons. You can conduct a general search, browse, or select specific standards.
Better Lesson: Database of lessons. Search or browse for lessons based on standards.
Next Evolution: List of EdTech tools, in categories, for integrating technology into lessons.
Graphite: Search for lessons (by standard) that incorporate technology. Graphite also has a review option.
Smithsonian: The Smithsonian's database of lesson plans. Each plan comes with all the materials you will need.
Achieve: Free content and plans that help teachers implement the Common Core standards.
Kids.gov: Links to various government sponsored websites and lessons for teachers.
ReadWriteThink: Lesson plans and more focused on literacy.
Kahoot: Create e-quizzes. Students can join via any device that connects to the Internet.
Socrative: Create e-quizzes and exit tickets that students can access. See results live!
Poll Everywhere: Create an e-poll. It can be multiple choice or open ended. The class can see the results in real time.
Bounce: No login required. Enter a website's URL and then comment on the screenshot. Your feedback can be shared with others, and they can continue commenting.
Todaysmeet: Create a digital classroom that students can join quickly. Immediately begin digital conversations which can be displayed in real-time.
Edmodo: Allows teachers to create a class, and then students can collaborate. Also offers standards-aligned assessments.
Schoology: An on-line learning management system. You can post information, lessons, assignments, and discussion boards.
Showbie: Assign, collect, mark-up, and give voiced comments on student work.
Wikispaces: Create a members only wiki where you can have discussions and share documents.
Power Learning: Create a free account, and then search for activites, set up classes, and save assignments.
Touchcast: A way to make videos interactive. Embed links, documents, pictures, etc into your presentations.
Powtoon: Create quick, animated videos by choosing objects for a "library".
Animoto: Sign up for a free educator's account and create videos that can be shared.
Dvolver: Create very very short animated clips.
Movenote: Free. Record presentations, add documents, create annotations, and then share.
Tellagami: (App Only) You can create an animated scene, record a dialogue, then save & share.
WeVideo: Basic video making and sharing website.
Photo Peach: Upload photos, add music, then create your slideshow. You can download if you upgrade.
BrainShark: Add voiceovers to Powerpoints, documents, or videos. Shareable.
Screencast: Download. Can record up to 15 minutes of screenshot or webcam. Can convert to MP4 or FLV.
Haikudeck: Presentation software. Just enter images, information, etc. and publish.
Snapguide: Create a simple "how to" guide that can be shared or e-mailed.
Blabberize: Upload an image, record audio, and then make the image's mouth move in sync.
Voki: Customize a character, add dialogue, and then share with others.
Symbaloo: Compile all the website icons/links you want students to use on one page.
ThingLink: Create an interactive image. Hover over a part of the image to see a tag, link to a video, read notes, etc.
Sqworl: A visual bookmarking tool. Create a collection of links that others can access.
Infogram: Create and share infographics -- free! Create charts, word clouds, graphs, bubbles, etc.
Easel.ly: Create infographics and charts that can be shared, for free.
Cacoo: Create and collaborate on diagrams, for free.
Piktochart: Using simple templates, create and share infographics for free.
Bubbl.us: Create up to 3 mind maps, or bubble organizers.