5 Education Pinterest Boards for Teachers

by Jan 1, 2017

For a teacher, trying to come up with creative ways to teach your students can sometimes be a challenge. Thankfully there are some easy ways to spark creative thinking in your classroom. How about exploring some education Pinterest boards for some cool stuff?

[tweet_box design=”default” float=”none”]Whether you teach elementary school children or high schoolers, you can find great inspiration on Pinterest. It’s a place dedicated to imagination.[/tweet_box]

People can start their own “pinboards” where they can pin their ideas and concepts to bring them to life. When you are lacking drive, Pinterest can show you how to jazz up that latest bulletin board for your classroom. But why wait? Here are some very useful Pinterest boards available right now.


Best Apps

This user created a whole Pinterest board dedicated to the best apps available to students and teachers. From math apps to spelling, this is one of those education Pinterest boards has everything. You could even reward your students when they do well with some educational app play. More and more classrooms are starting to incorporate iPads for both student and teacher use.

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Websites For Teachers

Another user created this list-based board that tells teachers what sites around the web could be useful to them. Blogs by teachers are just one of the examples of ways to get inspired by what teachers are doing in their classrooms around the world.

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Virtual Field Trips

This pinboard tells you the ten best field trips that you can take in the comfort of your own classroom. Sometimes it isn’t feasible to go somewhere specific, but you want your students to learn about it through a virtual fieldtrip. This will show you how to do it.

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Classroom Ideas

This creative chalk board goes through different teacher’s classrooms to show you how to organize things in your own way. It’s chock full of tips and tricks for getting your classroom in tip-top shape. You’ll be amazed at how creative some of these “pins” can be. You’ll be raring to change up things in your own classroom.

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Cleaning Tips

These tips are intended specifically for helping teachers out with messy situations in their own classrooms. Things like eraser cleaning, sharpie removal, and cleaning dry erase boards are a few of the “hacks” that are discussed. If you are a teacher these tips are excellent to get your classroom nice and clean.

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The education Pinterest boards you can find are many and diverse. You can easily get lost in all the great concepts that are out there for use in educational settings of all kinds. These are just a few of the ones that we found to be helpful, but there are literally thousands of ideas on the boards that are waiting to be used in your own classrooms. So jazz up your lesson plans, classrooms, and projects with everything Pinterest has to offer.


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