Peanuts and NASA:
A 50th Anniversary Celebration
Elementary School (K-5)
Science, Space Science, Engineering
This spring marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 10, the NASA mission that made Charlie Brown and Snoopy part of the U.S. space program. Now NASA and the Peanuts gang are teaming up again to help students explore the history of space flight and the amazing technologies NASA will use to land astronauts on Mars with activities sure to boost STEM skills!
Eat Brighter with Avocados!
Health & Nutrition, Language Arts, Science
Brighten your wellness curriculum with these standards-based lessons about a favorite fruit — Avocados From Mexico. Featuring Sesame Street characters who are part of the eat brighter!™ campaign to encourage kids to eat more fruits and vegetables, the activities help students make nutritious food choices and include a hands-on experiment to learn how avocados ripen. Watch for additional activities in the coming months!
Cow to You: A Virtual Visit to
Two New England Dairy Farms
Elementary & Middle School (5-8)
STEM, Environmental Science, Health
Introduce your students to the people responsible for producing the nutritious dairy products they enjoy every day. Students tour two Vermont dairy farms through online 360-degree videos
as they learn how New England dairy farmers care for their cows and help protect our environment with sustainable farming practices and 21st-century technology.
Elementary & Middle (5-8)
STEM, Physics, Engineering
Transport your students to a magnificent amusement park that arises from a special girl's wildly vivid imagination — then inspire them to dream, create, and build a park of their own with this STEM teaching kit based on the new Paramount Pictures film Wonder Park
, coming to theatres on March 15
. Students explore science concepts and practice STEM skills as they design and test a roller coaster, a catapult, and a special attraction all their own.
Welcome to the Magic Tree House
Reading, Language Arts, Science
Start this semester on a magical note with familiar favorites, Jack and Annie, from the Magic Tree House
series. Introduce your students to two Magic Tree House Merlin Missions
and their companion Fact Trackers
with activities that integrate science and research skills into your ELA curriculum. PLUS you can receive free Magic Tree House and Fact Tracker books
if you're among the first 50 teachers to send in your request!
Sound Off with the
Home Fire Safety Patrol
Elementary School (2-3)
Health & Safety, Math, Language Arts
Let the Home Fire Safety Patrol
help your students learn how smoke alarms help families stay safe from home fire. Activities teach the meaning of the sounds smoke alarms make and where to place them in a home, as well as how to spot common home fire dangers, and how to plan for a fast escape in case a home fire happens.
IIHS in the Classroom
Middle & High School
STEM, Science, Physics, Biology, Safety
Test-drive this free online STEM resource that turns the results of highway safety research into true teachable moments. Features engaging videos and NGSS-aligned lesson plans that will enhance learning of STEM concepts such as energy, inertia, impulse, and momentum. Download the classroom wall poster to rev up your students' enthusiasm!
No Taste for Food Waste
Middle & High School
Family & Consumer Sciences, Environmental Science
With 40% of all food in the U.S. ending up in landfills, now's the time to show your students how they can help reduce the environmental impact of food waste — and how frozen and refrigerated foods can be part of the solution. Students also learn the rules for the safe handling, preparation, and storage of frozen and refrigerated foods, and create a public awareness campaign to combat food waste in their community.