Being a former newspaper editor, one of my biggest pet peeves in searching for quality websites is a cluttered, difficult to navigate design. The sites below all provide free, high quality, printable materials in a clearly organized manner.
- Kizclub: I used to teach elementary ESL in a school district that had ZER-O materials, and this site became my textbook. It’s loaded with free PDFs, games, coloring activities, and crafts for children.
- Eduplace Graphic Organizers by Houghton McMillan: Graphic organizers are a great way to help English language learners process language, recall vocabulary, and organize their thoughts.
- ABCTeach: While this site offers a paid subscription ($39/year) with over 40,000 printables, they also offer a limited amount of high-quality activities for ELLs.
- Family Education Printables: This sites allows you to search for printables by age, keyword and topic.
- DLTK-Teach: Offers a variety of printable games, booklets and crafts appropriate for ELLs.