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
Virtual Field Trip: Dig Into Nature
- Science in the Garden
The Nature Conservancy invites you and your students on a virtual field trip to learn firsthand how a school garden serves as a dynamic living laboratory. Join us online May 29, at 1pm (ET)
, for this hour-long interactive learning experience. Click here
to sign up today.
Junior Genius Guides
Language Arts, Social Studies, Geography
Challenge your students with Jeopardy champion Ken Jennings' Junior Genius Guides
to subjects across the curriculum. Students can join a Junior Genius online community at www.yoursphere.com/junior-genius
and download a free Junior Genius app at the Apple App Store.
VOICES Digital Magazine
Middle & High School
Creative Writing, Art, Media
Introduce your students to Voices
, a free, all-digital creative arts magazine where teens talk to teens about bullying. Read Voices
online or download the interactive PDF. Then encourage your students to submit their creative works for publication in future issues.
Middle & High School
Language Arts, Bible Studies
Let the epic film NOAH
inspire your students to revisit this Biblical story of courage, sacrifice, and hope, when it comes to theaters on March 28, 2014. The film study guide helps students explore NOAH
from religious, historical, and literary perspectives, and reflect on the film’s portrayal of Noah and his relationship with God.