Inventors and Inventions; Scientists and Human Endeavor; Simple Machines
Students research, report on, and emulate inventors using these resources.
Last Day of School
Summer book lists, end-of-the-year celebrations, and other ideas for getting your students ready for summer
Parent and Teacher Communication; Teacher Tips and Strategies
A collection of effective resources, ideas, and practices for keeping parents informed and involved all year long
Holocaust; World War II; World War II Aftermath to Today
Eyewitness interviews, lesson plans, and other resources help students discover the history and lasting impact of World War II
Forests and Rainforests; Environmental Conservation and Preservation; Jungle and Rainforest Animals
Resources to help students explore the types of rainforests, ecology, ethical issues surrounding rainforests, and more
Help students discover, evaluate, build, and change their communities by using these lessons and resources.
Lesson plans, activities, and other resources to teach students about bugs and insects of all shapes and sizes.
Ways to get your students moving both inside and outside of the classroom!
Tips and ideas for how you can use independent-reading time to help your students build literate lives.
These resources will help students study the structure, varieties, and uses of seeds, plants, flowers, and trees.
These Hogwarts-inspired resources help students become wizards in all subjects.
These methods, topics, and interactive activities in this Everything You Need page will help students develop spelling skills — and discover the limits of spell-check.
These organizers and lessons can be used across multiple subjects and grade levels.
Thematic units and resources that help you teach and celebrate the spring season.
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