Super Teacher Worksheets ~ a TOS review

You know those sites that have so much on there, it is such good quality, that you just can’t seem to get to it all fast enough? Super Teacher Worksheets is just that kind of site! With 10,000+ worksheets to print according to need, this was one amazing product to review. And the Individual Membership gives access to their entire site!

Super Teacher Worksheets

About Super Teacher Worksheets

This is not just a site for homeschoolers but for every teacher! Super Teacher was launched over 8 years ago by Tim Weibel, who had been an elementary school teacher for over 10 years. The site has over 10,000 different printables. It includes traditional worksheets but oh! so much more! You will find a huge variety of styles of worksheets and subjects. If you don’t find what you are looking for, there is also a worksheet generator. So, really, there is no reason to not find something to assist with what worksheet generatoryou are studying.

The site covers variety of ages. There are lots of activities for PK and elementary ages. As you get up into the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade range, there is a noticeable decrease in availability. Reaching even higher, there is very little. However, these are designated age ranges. We have been able to stretch quite a few of the activities into the 6th grade level without much trouble. Add in the worksheet generators and there are still quite a number of pages to print for the middle school, junior high, and high school ages. They are adding new things each week; there’s no telling when just what you need will be added.

Subjects

Super Teacher has every subject imaginable. The number of worksheets available varies from subject to subject. Subjects include:

  • Math,
  • Reading & Writing,
  • Phonics,
  • Grammar,
  • Social Studies,
  • Science, and
  • Spelling.

There are also worksheets within these subjects that correspond to holidays and seasons.

vocabulary work

Types of Printables

While you will find a number of the traditional worksheets, you will find a lot more than that. While searching for pages to go with units we have been studying, I came across

  • card games,
  • mazes,
  • poetry,
  • stories,
  • matching games,
  • coloring pages,
  • graphing work,
  • QR activities,
  • quizzes,
  • and on and on and on…

back-to-routine activities

How We Have Used Super Teacher

To use Super Teacher Worksheets, you’ll need a subscription to the site, a computer, and a printer with ink and paper. That’s it! We have covered several units during the review period of Super Teacher Worksheets. For each unit, I have searched to see what we could use. I have also pulled fun activities. Math is always something that could use reviewed and we have printed a number of math worksheets for the girls.

For our first week of full-time schooling, I found some fun activities that would help them review subjects we hadn’t covered in depth in a while. All three girls completed an All About Me sheet, as well as a following directions activity where they had to complete the floor plan of a castle. E got some multiplication review, math work on division, graphing work (plotting a set of numbers), and a crossword puzzle. L got a fill-in-the-blank word search, some multiplication review, and a time worksheet. J worked on decoding a secret message, some number reviews, and sight word reviews.

making sentences

In our unit on the Giving Tree, we used a poetry worksheet and comprehension questions, using that as a platform to jump off from in writing our own poetry. I printed out a set of vocabulary matching cards about trees and challenged the older girls to match them, which was the intent of Super Teacher instructions on the pages. But after matching them, I stretched the girls and had them write the definitions and create sentences with them. They also worked with J on matching and explaining the words. I found a set of sentence activities for J that dealt with growing things and trees. She worked on creating sentences from a set of words and writing sentences down. These activities came directly from Super Teacher.

These are just a few of the ways we have used Super Teacher Worksheets in the past few weeks. I already have a number of things in the Filing Cabinet, a part of the site to store worksheets that you find that you will want in the future. (The only thing I didn’t like about this site had to do with the Filing Cabinet: I wish there were a way to mark the worksheets in the cabinet according to which student you are filing them for. This suggestion has been made to the company and I hope that this is something that they will be able to make work in the future because it would be a huge improvement on the only thing I didn’t care for.)

I can see that this site will get used quite a bit in the future. When we took a last minute trip a couple of weeks ago, I was able to print out several worksheets for each girl and we didn’t have to tote along very much in order to continue school during those 6 days. It was great and I see us using this a lot! Definitely check out Super Teacher Worksheets.

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2 thoughts on “Super Teacher Worksheets ~ a TOS review

  1. The Giving Tree – book unit | At Home November 7, 2015 at 2:01 pm Reply

    […] Utilize vocabulary from the book or learn vocabulary relating to trees and plants. We did the later using worksheets from Super Teacher Worksheets. (See our review of them here.) […]

  2. […] One of our children loves math. I mean L O V E S it! She would do only math all day long if she could. She loves pencil and paper and seeing those pages turn with completion. However, what works for her is an absolute no-go for another child. That child needs someone sitting right there with her, checking understanding on most steps that she does until she is entirely – and I do mean entirely – confident that she can do it with no mistakes. So, we have searched and searched until we have found something that works for teaching her. (A combination of a fun book and using printable worksheets that I can pick and choose from. See the book we are using by reading this post. For the worksheets, see the review on Super Teacher Worksheets.) […]

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