Sign up to receive 10 free downloadable workbooks! Sign Up

Teach with Movies

by Mary Ann Kelley

Topic: Instead of Curriculum

Resource of the Week: Teach With Movies

Teach With Movies, a wonderful site for finding and reviewing movies in education, is now free for everyone. It was free when it was new, then it went to a subscription-based model, and now it is once again available at no cost. The site is user-friendly and easy to navigate. Choose a subject (and for history, a time period) and a list of movies that have been evaluated will be shown. Each one links to a page with resources for using the movie in your studies, including the rating, possible problems, background information, discussion questions, and more.

Teach with Movies />

TheHomeSchoolMom may be compensated for any of the links in this post through sponsorships, paid ads, free or discounted products, or affiliate links. Local resource listings are for information purposes only and do not imply endorsement. Always use due diligence when choosing resources, and please verify location and time with the organizer if applicable. Suggestions and advice on are for general information purposes only and should never be considered as specific to any individual situation, nor are they a diagnosis or treatment advice for any kind of medical, developmental, or psychological condition. Blog posts represent the views of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the views of other contributors or the publisher. Full terms of use and disclosure