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Eat Brighter with Avocados

Grades: Elementary School (K-3)
Subject Area: Health, Nutrition

Brighten your wellness curriculum with standards-based lessons about a favorite fruit — Avocados From Mexico. Featuring the beloved Sesame Street characters who are part of the eat brighter!™ campaign to encourage kids to eat more fruits and vegetables, the activities teach important lessons about nutrition and making good food choices while reinforcing language arts skills.

Got You Covered!

Grades: Middle School (6-9)
Subject Area: STEM, Science, Engineering

Coatings cover 70 percent of the products made in the U.S., helping protect infrastructure, prevent disease, and power our mobile devices, as well as adding color to our world. Use these hands-on standards-based activities to investigate the science behind a broad array of coatings applications while introducing students to opportunities for careers in science and engineering

Meet the MECP Professionals

Grades: High School, Tech School
Subject Area: Automotive, Electronics, Technology

Introduce your students to the fast-growing MECP career path with a virtual field trip to the installation bay where young MECP technicians explain how they combine advanced training with creative passion to install cutting-edge entertainment, navigation, safety and security systems in any vehicle.

DreamWorks Trollhunters

Grades: Elementary School (3-5)
Subject Area: Language Arts, Creative Writing

Inspire your students’ creativity with DreamWorks Trollhunters, the award-winning animated series now streaming on Netflix. Students strengthen their storytelling skills as they follow ordinary teen, Jim Lake, Jr., and his friends into an amazing world filled with fantastical creatures and exciting adventures.

UL Xplorlabs

Grades: Middle School
Subject Area: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

Add a new dimension to your STEM curriculum with UL Xplorlabs®, a FREE module-based learning platform created by Underwriters Laboratories. UL Xplorlabs® brings safety science to your classroom and allows students to solve real-world problems with NGSS-aligned interactive videos, hands-on activities, and collaborative classroom challenges.

Play It Safe —
Counterfeits Can Be Dangerous!

Grades: High School & College
Subject Area: Photography, Consumer Education

Help Take a Bite out of Crime® with this consumer education program designed to inform photography students about the dangers of buying counterfeit camera accessories, such as batteries and chargers. Provide your students with the tools to recognize a fake, so they don't get fooled.

Raise a Glass to Student Success!

Grades: Elementary & Middle School
Subject Area: Health, Nutrition

Celebrate National School Breakfast Week, March 5-9, by having your students “raise a glass” of milk to the health and learning benefits provided by eating a nutrious school breakfast every day. Have students track their breakfast choices during the week to learn why choosing healthful breakfast foods is a smart way to start each day. Then send photos of your students wearing milk mustaches as they raise a glass to their own success.

Taking Down Tobacco

Grades: Middle School
Subject Area: Health, Community Action

Taking Down Tobacco is an interactive youth training program that motivates students to become part of the first tobacco-free generation. Add this innovative health education resource to your curriculum with lesson plans that inform students about the health dangers of all tobacco products and the deceptions of tobacco marketing.

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