Social Science, Science, Health
Find out how farm and city lifestyles connect to help both kids and our planet stay healthy. Students compare Annie's typical day on a dairy farm with Kyle's daily routine in the city, learn ways to protect the environment, and solve a word-find to gather the ingredients for a balanced diet.
Cool Food for Kids™
The Cool Food for Kids™
program is back with all-new learning activities to enhance your health and nutrition curriculum, including a Farm to Fork
video and the How Cool Are You?
online learning game, plus "cool" activities that encourage students to think creatively about nutrition as they plan meals and sample foods from around the globe.
Up and Away
Preschool & Daycare
Arm the parents and caregivers in your school community with safe medicine storage tips via this program from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s PROTECT Initiative. Cold and flu season is upon us. Use these posters and info sheets to help make sure that medicines get stored up and away and out of sight!
ROMEO & JULIET
High School & College
Shakespeare, English Literature, Creative Writing
Enrich your students’ engagement with Shakespeare’s most cherished love story and its tragic themes with this study guide to the newest film adaptation of ROMEO & JULIET
— available now on Blu-ray and DVD
Max Says, Make January
Head Lice Alert Month
Head lice are a year-round concern at school, and the start of a new semester is the perfect time to remind parents to be on the lookout. This new head lice alert kit includes downloadable discount coupons
, a take-home handout, and a head lice alert mini-poster for the classroom.
NFL Rush Zone:
Language Arts, Geography
Turn your students’ enthusiasm for NFL Football into standards-based learning with lessons based on the TV series NFL Rush Zone: Guardians Unleashed
. Students build map reading, vocabulary, and critical thinking skills as they create their own Guardians adventure.
Water Every Day
Elementary (Grade 2)
Health, Language Arts
Good hydration is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Help your second-graders and their parents learn why with this standards-based health education program, available in English and Spanish. Includes a Hydration Diary and puzzle poster to help students stay hydrated all day long, plus a take-home letter for parents.
Teach your students how “ecycling” — recycling outdated electronics — can help reduce the environmental impact of their technology choices and promote a more sustainable future for planet Earth. Students create an ecycling action plan for their family, and launch a campaign to encourage ecycling in their community.