Instructional resources can bring a range of new activities and materials to your classroom. Browse these materials for all age levels at affordable prices!
Instructional resources are an excellent tool to have in your arsenal for all grade levels. They can be subject-specific or more generalized, offering valuable learning tools with activities, visualization opportunities and hands-on experiences. They're a great way to reinforce classroom concepts, solidify important topics to memorize and teach other transferrable skills. At John R. Green Co., we have a wide range of instructional resources for classrooms for sale, from the primary grades to high school.
Instructional Resources for Students
If you're looking for instructional resources for your classroom, our large inventory can help you introduce students to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), teach critical thinking skills, review the periodic table and practice drawing shapes. Some popular types of instructional resource products include the following:
- Learning mats: Learning mats often feature helpful review materials and sit neatly on a student's desk. For younger students, they might include letters of the alphabet paired with images to represent them or traceable outlines of shapes. Many learning mats can be used with dry-erase markers or washable crayons for easy and interactive practice. Older kids can use learning mats to reference the anatomy of the human body, label a map of the United States or practice the periodic table.
- Books: We also have loads of instructional resources for teachers focused on topics such as daily activities, differentiated instruction and summer bridge activities. They may include worksheets, lesson plans, assessments and cross-curricular learning. These books can take much of the grunt work out of these activities and speed up your lesson planning.
- Interactive DVDs: DVDs can show students precisely how to do something and supply printables. For instance, a DVD on graphic organizers can show students how to create and use Venn diagrams, timelines and other organizers. Then, you can provide them with clear printouts that match what they just learned and allow them to practice the new skills accordingly.
Many of our instructional resources for classrooms are cross-curricular. For instance, a book of daily practice activities might ask students to combine what they've learned from math with topics from science class to get more practice and see how the concepts come together. Some of the activities provided may include bell ringers, assessments and homework assignments.
Other popular types of instructional resources include materials for differentiated instruction. It can be tough sorting through students' varying skill levels, and these resources make it a bit easier. Some of our resources for differentiated learning include assessments, activities and handouts available in multiple reading levels.
Explore John R. Green Co.'s Inventory of Instructional Resources for Teachers
At John R. Green Co., we pride ourselves on offering quality, cost-effective school supplies to classrooms of all grade levels. That includes our robust selection of instructional resources for teachers and students. Explore these handy tools and buy online today. You can also reach out to our team if you have any questions!