Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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Recent highlights and additions:

  • Classroom Resources for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
    Help students in all grade levels put in perspective the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., his impact on the Civil Rights Movement, and his significance to American culture and history.
  • Geography Awareness Week
    The theme for Geography Awareness Week 2014 is The Future of Food. The following lessons and activities focus on how the geography of food affects - and connects - us all.
  • National Geography Awareness Week, Grades K-5
    The theme for Geography Awareness Week 2017 is The Geography of Civil Rights Movements.
  • Read Across America by Month Archives
  • Thanksgiving Ideas for the Classroom
    Celebrate the Thanksgiving season in the classroom and at home with lessons, quizzes, activities, games, trivia, books, and movies for all grade levels.
  • Columbus Day
    Columbus Day is celebrated in the U.S., Spain, and many countries in Latin America. Whether Christopher Columbus is thought of positively or negatively depends on point-of-view. The following themed package presents a rangs of opinions.
  • National Arts in Education Week
    To help you celebrate the arts in your classroom this week and throughout the year, we offer these resources.
  • Labor Day Curriculum Resources
    Here are some Labor Day Resources to help you and your students honor our working men and women.
  • Teaching About the 1963 March on Washington
    August 28, 2013 is the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs & Freedom. Examine the March with these lessons, background resources, audios, and videos.
  • Spelling and Vocabulary
    Get ready for the National Spelling Bee (or your own local Spelling Bee) with these resources for learning and practicing language arts skills for grades K-12.
  • Teaching Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage
    Celebrate Asian Pacific Islander heritage and their contributions to American history and culture with these multidisciplinary curriculum resources for all grade levels.
  • Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month
    This April, celebrate mathematics and statistics, both of which “play a significant role in addressing many real-world problems: Internet security, sustainability, disease, climate change, the data deluge, and much more.”
  • Test Prep & Review Strategies
    These resources provide solutions to common test prep and test-taking problems. Help students relax and gain confidence, study more effectively, perform better on tests, and most importantly...increase learning.
  • Bringing Poetry to the Classroom
    Make poetry a more important part of your curriculum with our recommended lessons, activities, and video/audio readings.
  • Brain Awareness Week
    March 10-16, 2014. Educators for grades 6 and above will find lessons, activities, videos and other resources for help students learn about the human brain, its development, learning and memory, and more.