My Teaching Library: Worksheets and Coloring Pages and Activities Galore!

Monday, September 28, 2020

Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.

We are officially done with our first month of school! Well, we had a week-long vacation in there, but... I just checked and we are officially done with four weeks of school! Not too shabby! One thing I've learned so far this school year is... My kids really love coloring pages and worksheets? Well, some of them, at least. It's funny, after having an eldest child who actively avoids anything involving art or coloring, I assumed all my kids were hard-wired to dislike coloring. But no, they ask for it and beg for more! Enter My Teaching Library with their Download Club, which offers unlimited downloads and resources for all subjects, grades preK-12. 

With coloring pages galore, as well as activity instructions, eBooks, crafts, drawing tutorials, and more, we found something for everyone! I know my nature study perfectionists will be a little happier after they learn to draw some of their favorite flowers using this tutorial. All the kids loved picking birds to color from this coloring book of Audubon's Birds (with 80 species!). And the 11-year-old math prodigy has apparently been studying Calculus in his free time using this resource.

While we primarily focused on the art-related activities, there's tons more available! You can see from the dashboard that resources are separated by grade as well as subject, so you're sure to find something for every learner in your household. Out-of-print books are available in eBook form, resources are even sorted seasonally so you have everything in one place if you're looking for fall activities, or holiday resources. I'm excited to print out this Gingerbread House Paper Craft come December! And a breakout hit with the 3-7 crowd here was this fruit and vegetable tracing and coloring set - I think I printed at least three sets, everybody wanted to color them!

It's easy to navigate the pages in My Teaching Library, and their search bar function makes it simple to find what you're looking for as well. Each product is available a la carte for a small fee, but you'll get a lot more bang for your buck with a membership, particularly if you'll be using this with multiple children. Each of your downloads gets saved to your account, which makes it easy enough to find and download everything you've chosen. I do wish there were a way to "save" your favorites, or potential downloads in order to bookmark or flag what might be useful without moving it straight to your downloads. And being able to organize the downloads by category or delete certain downloads you no longer need would be helpful as well, since they're just listed in order of the date downloaded in the accounts area.

We've enjoyed using My Teaching Library, and will continue to draw on the resources on the site in the future, especially the seasonal activities! It's always nice to have carefully curated content easily available so that I don't have to spend valuable time searching for free resources on my own - these are all included in my membership, and all high quality!

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