Please check out the Board's public pages for several guides on website evaluation.
For teaching website evaluation, it is often handy to have examples of bad websites or websites that should be evaluated. Luckily, there are some that are 'bad' on purpose.
Spot the hoax when evaluating web content provides several links to hoax websites.
Media Literacy and Fake News offers lesson plans and links to fake news reports that can be useful in evaluating fake news.
The Museum of Hoaxes provides several links. Some of these may not appropriate for elementary students.
Dr. Mary Ann Bell has created a page of hoax websites for educational purposes.
ReadWriteThink has a list of websites for evaluation purposes as well as strategies and lesson plans.
TeachBytes also provides list of websites.
The Pacific Tree Octopus site is a good one to look at for hoax. It is set up for teaching purposes (it never does claim to anything but a hoax) but the wealth of information is fun and easy to play with.
Cool Interesting Stuff has some great photographs concerning time travelling to examine. Provides a basis for lots of discusison.
Mindshift has a list of teacher approved apps to consider.