Going to Google (www.google.com) is a great way to find resources in general – Jewish resources included! For example, entering “jewish education” turns up 70,600 hits! Just looking around and gaining familiarity with sites is a good idea. This is by no means a comprehensive list. These are just a few of my favorite sites – there are many, many more out there. But here are a few sites to start building your Jewish-resources-on-the-web-library!
Sounds Write Productions sells almost any Jewish CD you might want to buy from modern Jewish singers/songwriters. www.soundswrite.com
Hot Shabbat has some songs available for downloading – mass distribution is not legal, but downloading a song for your personal classroom use is encouraged! Check it out at www.hotshabbat.com
There are many websites which provide dates and times online. For example, find candle lighting times for anywhere in the world at www.candlelightingtimes.org; find a calendar with all the parashot (Torah portions) for the year, Hebrew/English date conversion, and most other Jewish-calendar related topics at www.hebcal.com