Reading; Summer; Summer Themes
Get kids excited about reading this summer with the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge and free teaching resources.
Literary Response; Courage, Bravery, Heroism; Historic Documents; Jewish Experience; World War II
These activities will help students understand the major themes in Anne Frank's diary and the key events of the Holocaust.
Science; Chemistry; Earth Science; Physics; Science Experiments and Projects
The editors of SuperScience and Science World magazines share their favorite student-centered science experiments.
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A fun way to teach about the main idea, character, and other literary elements by having students create their own comic strips.
Easy-to-follow classroom projects to inspire your students.
Flashlight Tag, Subtraction Salute, Speed Racer, and four other fun ways to practice basic math
This tissue-paper mosaic project makes a great activity when reading The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister.
Students learn to use a table of contents, index, and glossary to research marine animals. This lesson also requires students to classify marine animals based on their research.
Discover how human activities impact sea turtles in Costa Rica and dolphins in New Zealand.
Ms. Frizzle's class hangs on inside the tiny bus as it hitches a ride on a wind-traveling seed. Your students will test a variety of seeds to determine how they travel from one place to another.
Spark students' interest in science or start science fair brainstorming with 40 science experiment videos, all available on YouTube!
These science lesson plans and activities build on children's interest in The Magic School Bus and provide opportunities for hands-on learning.
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