We rounded up some of the best teacher Instagram accounts to follow for great ideas, great content, and classroom inspiration. You’ll find teacher hacks, book recommendations, lesson ideas, free printables, and so much more from these teachers! Plus, be sure to give @weareteachers a follow on Instagram, where we regularly share awesome ideas from various teachers just like those featured here! Check these teacher Instagram accounts, and get ready to scroll until your thumbs hurt.
Find a mix of everything on Sarah’s channel. Posts include teacher outfits, favorite books, classroom hacks, lesson ideas, and more for 2nd grade!
April is a 4th grade teacher who’s constantly sharing what her class is up to. Find lesson ideas, early-finisher activities, art projects, and more. You’ll even find fun seasonal ideas like Super Bowl activities and Valentine’s Day projects.
Find classroom favorites as well as quick ideas and freebies from Josie McClain. She’s a 2nd grade teacher always sharing fun ideas like silent ball, book brackets, and more.
Colorful and playful kindergarten inspiration lives here. Kellie posts awesome snapshots from her classroom along with some seriously hilarious teacher humor. Her channel is the best of both worlds with some great laughs and ideas to take inspiration from.
Vera is a teacher and author who shares great book recommendations, including a series that reviews picture books in 60 seconds. Be sure to stop by to find your next classroom read along with some other ideas for pre-K.
Every time we see one of Teresa’s quotes, we stop our scroll. She’s funny yet inspirational, and she shares great ideas for elementary educators. She’s also an escape room expert! Her reels have simple tips like adding audio and hyperlinks to Google Slides.
Check out bright ideas for every season, colorful classroom decor, and so much more. Madison posts ideas for celebrating tons of classroom holidays, from St. Patrick’s Day to Thanksgiving.
Keri is a kindergarten teacher in central Alabama and has been teaching over 13 years. She loves traveling, decorating her classroom, and meeting other teachers. She is obsessed with all things technology and loves teaching her kinders how to use it. She’s also a member of our Teacher Team!
Miss Elgendy shares practical tips from her kinder classroom along with amazing, thought-provoking quotes about education. Give this account a follow for quick tips, books, and relatable quotes.
Christie’s page has the best teacher-outfit inspiration along with snapshots from her classroom. Scroll to see the cutest teacher tees, classroom worksheets, management ideas like the Secret Student, read-alouds, and more!
Middle and High School
Filled with inspirational quotes from well-known scientists and photos of cool-looking experiments, Kesler Science is one of the teacher Instagram accounts you should definitely follow if you teach any science subject.
This teacher Instagram account is full of ways to get movement and meaning into social studies curriculum. Almost every picture includes student engagement. In a world where so many students ask, “Why do we have to learn about history?” this Instagram account will definitely give any social studies teacher some solid responses and inspiration for how to make social studies relevant and meaningful.
High school math ideas coming your way! Scroll through Kathleen’s page and stumble upon free geometry and algebra resources, bulletin board ideas, and humorous teacher videos.
Betsy is all about creativity. She’s the host of the Spark Creativity teacher podcast and loves to help high school English teachers innovate. She’s a big believer in hexagonal thinking—you can find many of her teaching strategies on her Instagram account, as well as free one-pager templates.
Christina is a high school English teacher, blogger, and curriculum designer. Her account is peppered with humor, quotes, and curriculum ideas.
Emily is a 7th grade teacher and curriculum writer from New York. Her account is full of classroom photos and lesson ideas to get lost in that can help you plan your next lesson.
Megan shares teaching resources for history and ELA. Possibly our favorite thing about her page is her book stacks—they’re not only colorful, but she has great recommendations for the reader in all of us.
Follow this high school English teacher! Laura posts ideas for all things English including book choices, poetry, reading strategies, student projects, and more.
Calling all high school biology teachers! Grab lesson ideas, videos, and labs from this account. You’ll find case studies, classroom tips, and ideas for all things biology and anatomy.
Get ready for super-cute art inspiration and awesome hacks like filling ice cube trays with paint. Find everything from clay projects to paper crafts and school hallway displays.
This is a great Instagram account for art teachers, obviously, but we also scroll through it often for inspiration for our own non-art classrooms. There are lots of great resources for fantastic-looking projects that students of all ages will enjoy. Some of them are holiday-related while others are just for fun.
Find music classroom frameworks, free workbooks, and tons of classroom tips. Music education is so important and Bryson’s page is a great one to scroll through and find out why.
Becca is an elementary music teacher sharing ideas to help engage your students. She posts awesome ideas for music centers and even shares free resources.
This middle school administrator prides herself on standing up for social and racial justice. Tanesha tackles tough school topics on her page including the teacher shortage, retention, suspensions, and more.
This account is run by two administrators who post interviews, tough conversations, and their podcast for principals. They frequently share posts with three or four quick, digestible tips that are super-helpful!