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Building Your Future

Grades: High School
Subject Area: Financial Literacy, Math

Give your students the financial know-how they need with interactive lesson plans that provide hands-on experience in all phases of money management. Along the way, students practice the math skills essential for a financially healthy life, including the use of modern math technologies such as spreadsheets and online calculators.

Snoopy and NASA: Celebrating the Space Station

Grades: Elementary (K-6)
Subject Area: Language Arts, Social Studies, STEM

Join Snoopy — a seasoned space traveler — in celebrating the 20th anniversary of humans living on the International Space Station! Students will learn about the history of the space station, what life is like for astronauts who live and work in space, and more. Easy-to-implement activities for classrooms and home-based learning.

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey With A Tool Belt

Grades: Pre-K – Grade 1
Subject Area: Problem-solving, Science Skills, and STEM Vocabulary

Chico Bon Bon: Monkey With A Tool Belt
This educational program inspired by the new series encourages kids to solve problems creatively through trial and error, just like the Fix-It Force does.

Drive2Life PSA Contest

Grades: Grades 6-12
Subject Area: Language Arts, Media, Communications

Encourage students ages 13 to 19 in grades 6–12 to use facts they learn in the program activities and their creativity to develop a script or storyboard for a 30-second public service announcement (“PSA”) video to help prevent teen drunk and drugged driving. Prizes for students and teachers. Contest Deadline: February 8, 2021

Help Erase Bullying for Good

Grades: 6-8
Subject Area: Language Arts, Social-Emotional Learning

The Erase Bullying for Good educational program helps students recognize bullying, understand its causes, learn prevention strategies, and become upstanders in the community.

Take a Day Time Break for Mental Wellness

Grades: Middle School
Subject Area: Health & Wellness, Social-Emotional Learning

Children need support navigating their thoughts and feelings, and teachers can play a vital role in this effort. Support your students’ mental health by helping them develop practical strategies for building empathy and improving self-care.

Asteroid Hunters

Grades: Elementary, Middle & High (3-12)
Subject Area: STEM, Social Studies

Take your students on a cosmic adventure with a free program inspired by Asteroid Hunters, a new film from IMAX about a hypothetical asteroid impact. Through hands-on activities, students explore the history of asteroids, efforts to track them, and the technologies being developed to respond to an asteroid threat.

All About Nutrition and Physical Activity

Grades: Elementary (Grades K-2, 3-5)
Subject Area: Health, Language Arts

Explore nutrition and physical activity with the new "All About" series and support balanced choices. New activities on snacking, physical activity, meals, and more, will be added on an ongoing basis throughout the coming months.

Have Fun, Learn, and Grow with Go! Go! Cory Carson

Grades: Daycare, Preschool
Subject Area: Creative Play, Language, Math, Social-emotional Learning

Take your students on an adventure with Cory Carson — a little kid car with an engine that runs on fun who loves to explore and learn.

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