Last year, Erin Wing and I put together a list of our absolute favorite teacher pinners on Pinterest. We looked for pinners who shared a lot of high quality content, especially content with great images. We came up with a pretty impressive list of teacher pinners. I’m excited to finally share our list with you. I hope you find some new favorites to follow!
That’s me! I pin anything education related but with a focus on PreK-3rd Grade content. Right now I’m pinning to my Back to School board like crazy!
Erin pins tons of amazing content, but her literacy pins are my favorite! Check out her popular board New Teachers.
I am such a fan of Michael’s blog. His focus is on helping teachers build readers and writers who think boldly and deeply. His Fresh Ideas for Teachers board has awesome content.
Malia is a former Kindergarten teacher who pins fun early learning ideas for teachers and moms alike. I especially love her Stem Laboratory Board.
Angela is so inspiring! Her blog is full of practical ideas to make teaching more effective, efficient, and enjoyable. That’s exactly the same kind of content she pins on pinterest. Check out her board The Best of Cornerstone for Teachers.
Cult of Pedagogy is an awesome resource because Jennifer posts content that is relevant to ALL teachers, no matter what they teach. You’ll love her Classroom Instruction board.
Mary’s boards are so organized and fun. You’ll love her Classroom Management board!
Ari knows how to make science FUN! I’m a big fan of her K-2 Science Ideas board.
Linda always finds the most inspiring content out there for teachers. Check out her Teaching board!
Bonnie Kathryn is a new find for me but I love her boards! Her Teacher Tips board is especially awesome.
You will love all of Emma’s boards! They are so organized and packed full of content. I especially love her Educational Blogs and Blog Posts board.
Emily always posts content that catches my eye right away. Her Education to the Core board is a favorite for sure.
While art is something I love, I’m always looking for guidance for how to teach it. Patty’s boards will blow you away with all the colorful and inspiring content. Check out her Art Resources for Educators board.
Becky is a homeschooler but she shares amazing literacy content that’s completely relative to the classroom as well. Check out her Struggling Readers board.
Meg’s boards are full of tips and ideas for grades 3-5. Check out her Best Math Ideas Ever board!
So many fun teaching ideas on Linda’s boards! Love her Reading board!
It’s becoming more and more important to use technology in the classroom when you’re able and Jen curates great content to help you do just that. Check out her Technology in the Classroom board.
Jenny shares great content for the classroom teacher, including some awesome boards on science and social studies. Check out her Reading board.
Laura takes great care to make sure her boards have only the best content! I love her Primarily K-2 board.
I stumbled on Kellie a few months ago and just fell in love with her pins! Check out her Open Ended Mathematics Board.
21. The Wise Guys
The Wise Guys share awesome content for intermediate grades (3-6). Take a look at their Wisdom for Teachers board.
Jessica’s boards are great for elementary teachers. Check out her Close Reading board.
I love how Jennifer shares awesome ECE ideas that are academic, fun, and developmentally appropriate! Take a look at her Classroom Environment.
I love Greg’s boards because they’re all about MATH! I love following teachers like Greg who are experts in their field. Check out his K-5 Math board.
Shelley pins great content for literacy, classroom management, and organization. I’m a fan of her Happy Learners board.
These are just some of the amazing teacher pinners we have found on Pinterest. There are lots more!
Tell us: who are your favorite teachers on Pinterest?
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