This activity taps into your students' creativity by challenging them to write haikus, free verse, limericks, and more.
Bilingual Education | ESL and ELL | Alphabet Recognition | Guided Reading | Literacy
Teach phonics through online games and stories starring Clifford!
Jobs, Careers, Work
Captivate your early learners with these eight nonfiction read-along books about different jobs in the community.
Food Chain | Habitats and Ecosystems | Teaching with Technology | Water Cycle
Introduce 11 ecosystem-related topics, including food webs, symbiosis, and the water cycle, with these interactive activities.
Research Skills | Heredity and Genetics | Animal Survival and Adaptation | Maps and Globes
These six science experiments challenge students to think like a scientist and flex their research and reasoning skills.
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Your students will study poetry with these step-by-step workshops hosted by popular poets.
A collection of fun online activities and resources to introduce your students to the world of insects and bugs.
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.
By studying animals that live in three different endangered environments, students learn how ecosystems sustain wildlife.
This online six-step writing workshop helps students bring their work from idea to published poem.
Take a tour of Ellis Island, explore an interactive immigration timeline, and meet young immigrants in this online activity!
Learn about WWII through the stories of those who witnessed it with accounts from Anne Frank and Americans on the home front.
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