Clouds | Hurricanes | Rain | Climate | Oceans, Lakes, Rivers
Real-world examples will help students understand weather and climate, including seasons, storms, oceans, and Earth's atmosphere.
Earth Science | Climate | Weather Forecasting | Winter | Winter Themes
Investigate how weather is made and then make a snowstorm by manipulating temperature and humidity.
In this interactive phonics activity, young students listen to three sounds that make up one word, then must pick the correct word.
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Students learn about the speech Martin Luther King Jr. gave in 1955 at the time of the Montgomery Bus boycott.
This interactive tool creates quick writing prompts to help young students delve into creative writing.
In these online activities, three language-loving characters inspire young children and help prep them for reading success.
This four-step workshop hosted by an award-winning myth writer offers writing strategies and exercises to help students craft successful myths.
By studying animals that live in three different endangered environments, students learn how ecosystems sustain wildlife.
Students learn the Sign Language alphabet through this Wonderstruck activity.
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.
With this interactive slideshow, students follow the path of a slave in 1860 as he travels the Underground Railroad to freedom.
Students will discover history as they meet famous African Americans, explore jazz music, and much more.
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