There are several web platforms that allows users to easily create their website in a matter of minutes. We have handpicked a list of the most popular platforms to start with. Check them out below and if you have other suggestions, share them with us in the comment form below. Enjoy
This is by far our favourite and anyone with a Google account have access to it. Google Sites offers a wide range of templates to choose from and it also allows for adding admins to your site.
2- Weebly for Education
This is another popular platform for creating websites. Weebly created Weebly for Educational specifically for teachers, educators, and students and has all the useful features you would find in any other platform.
Webs has a solid site builder that allows users to set up a website in as few clicks as possible. Besides the free features one finds in site building platforms like customization, template gallery...etc Webs also offers its users the possibility to get their own domain names.
This is another great platform where you can create your websites for free. It offers several important features for site building and also has a blogging platform for teachers.
This is more education focused and might be a good platform where you can build your classroom website. It is free and all it requires is a sign up
Like Google Sites, Blogger is a service provided by Google and is completely free. It is my favorite blogging platform. It is easy and simple to use and if you already have a Google account you ll set up your blog in minutes.
Wordpress is gaining more popularity online as the best blogging platform. Several webmaster recommend it for users basically because of the helpful plugins it provides for free .
The World's most popular education blogging service... Edublogs lets you easily create & manage student & teacher blogs, quickly customize designs and include videos, photos & podcasts - it's safe, easy and secure so try out an Edublog today!
Kidblog is designed for K-12 teachers who want to provide each student with an individual blog. Students publish posts and participate in academic discussions