American Civil War | Civil War Period and Reconstruction | Civil Rights | Slavery, Underground Railroad, Abolition | Content Area Reading
Celebrate Women’s History Month by studying five women who made a difference, from Sally Ride to Rosa Parks.
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Fun activities that let students go inside nine popular and highly-taught books.
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Learn about Lewis and Clark and their important venture Westward! Be a reporter, test your packing smarts, and relive their adventure! Use our teacher's guide to help your students understand the importance of Westward Expansion.
Students discover famous African Americans whose inventions have changed the worlds of medicine, technology, and transportation.
Take a tour of Ellis Island, explore an interactive immigration timeline, and meet young immigrants in this online activity!
These activities help students understand photosynthesis, gymnosperms, angiosperms, plant cells, plant adaptations, and more.
Water is constantly moving, but where does it go? Get the full story on the water cycle with this fun, interactive student activity!
A collection of fun online activities and resources to introduce your students to the world of insects and bugs.
This interactive tool creates quick writing prompts to help young students delve into creative writing.
Through various online activities, students get an inside look at the annual 1,100-mile dogsled race across Alaska’s windswept tundra.
Teach phonics through online games and stories starring Clifford!
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