I plan on only including the sites I'd like my students to access. I will most likely start with just a few. When I introduce new sites, then I'll add them to the ring. I have included editable backs for the cards, so usernames and passwords can be added. There are a few sites that are free, but the teacher may have to register and set up a username before the class can access it. I generally pick a username and password that I'm okay with my class knowing.
There are also a few sites like RAZ-Kids that require a subscription. I absolutely LOVE Raz-Kids and would pay for it out of my own pocket if my campus no longer covered it. It is fabulous for building reading comprehension. I honestly can't say enough good things about it! In the case of RAZ-Kids, I have 1 username and they all have their own passwords. I will fill in the username, but just leave the password blank on the back of the card.
This resource contains many of my favorite sites, but I also reached out to my Instagram buddies for suggestions. Thank you to everyone who shared their favorite sites. I am super excited to explore some that are new to me.
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PLEASE let me know what you think of this resource. I hope you love it and will find it useful in your own classroom.
UPDATE: I created a digital version of the computer cards. Check out my post about them HERE.