This is a 3rd grade teacher from the United States. I like her blog because she shares lots of great resources and videos of things she has tried in the classroom. She has also provided a list of her favourite online tools.
This is a neat blog with an environmental/global education perspective. Her teaching principles include geographical knowledge and understanding, cultural awareness, working together as a global community to solve real-world issues, sharing the responsibility of caring for the Earth, and global kindness. This blog also has some great links to facilitate connections to teachers all over the world.
This is a 2nd grade teacher blog from the United States. She shares tons of resources and ideas from her classroom which is great because she also provides feedback for how things went when she tried them out.
I liked this blog by Shelley Gray because it is Canadian. She blogs from a primary perspective and because she is in Manitoba, and their curriculum is very close to Saskatchewan's in some areas, her ideas can easily be adapted to meet our outcomes. I also follow Shelley on Facebook and used some of her resources during my pre-internship.
This 1st grade teacher blogger has great resources on her blog and on Teachers Pay Teachers. She also posts a lot of freebies on her site, so it is a great one to follow.
This is a blog I hope to use a lot during my internship as I will be in a kindergarten/discovery pre-school classroom. She has some great literacy resources and a tour of her classroom setup.
This is another 1st grade blogger. I like the tabs at the top showcasing the literacy and math centers, as you can never have too many ideas for those!
This blog has great resources for toddlers and pre school kids, which will also be valuable during my internship.
Lastly, this blog is a literacy resource for primary students. It features lots of ideas and resources for teaching reading to young students. This is one that would be valuable to primary teachers for finding different strategies to help meet different learners' needs.