Here below are some awesome teacher blogs that provide great ideas for lesson plans, activities, teaching methods, tips on classroom management, and many other resources that could help you inside the classroom.
This site for teachers is very resourceful. It's basically like Pinterest. The ideas are put up for teachers from teachers to help bring creative ideas into the classroom. They divide these ideas by various subjects that's very hands on( like math, literacy, art, and science) ,so it's easy for elementary school teachers to pick out which idea they would like to use within the classroom.
This blog was more personalized by a teacher who used her blog as a way to demonstrate activities that are done within her classroom. She also used her blog as a way to keep up with her students progress ( like a portfolio). This can help elementary school teachers by looking at the different lesson plans she used in her blog. This artwork can definitely relate to math because her students are studying the different forms of patterns using different materials such as clay, markers, and legos.
This blog has videos, lesson plans, ideas, classroom management tips, and demonstrations to help teachers find ideas that can make great lesson plans within the classroom. This site is very organized and provides teachers with easy access to multiple resources. This artwork can connect to other learning subject areas by connecting it to history of the artwork that they are looking at.
This is my favorite blog. It actually incorporates Pinterest (my addiction) to find ideas into categories of books and reading sources, ideas for teachers, social media and technology in education, and quotes. This site has fabulous ideas such as storyboards, digital videos, and photography. This can be connected to art and technology.
This is such an interactive blog. It's created from Scholastic but is made and created by teachers all over the country. This provides great videos, student activities, classroom management tips, resources, tools, ideas, and strategies that can be used in the classroom to let children learn from hands on activities. These ideas come from early childhood to middle school level. So it has an array of ideas that can fit into the curriculum. These hands on activities demonstrated in this blog can relate to almost any subject area such writing and English. A very cute example was having children read a book (without looking at the pictures) and drawing what the person looks like using their imagination.