Go For Real
Middle & High School
Health & Safety, Consumer Education, Civics
While many teens understand the potential dangers of counterfeit products, few care enough to change their buying habits. That’s where Go For Real
can make a difference. Use the "Dupe Detector" digital kit and online shopping game to show students the risks that come with purchasing counterfeits and how to spot a fake online.
Junior Fire Marshal Program
Reinforce fire-safety messages this spring—before kids are home for the summer—with a virtual lesson, home fire escape plan activity, family letter, and more.
English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning
Help your students learn to make healthy choices for the mind, body, and spirit so that they can stay strong and be their own superheroes during tough times.
Take Care with Peanuts
Language Arts, SEL, STEM
Celebrate Earth Day with the Peanuts gang by embracing their message of positivity in caring for ourselves, for each other, and for the Earth through new standards-based activities for grades K-2 and 3-6.
Explore Storytelling with Panic
High School (Grades 10-12)
In the town of Carp, there is a deadly competition among graduates desperate to win their way out of town. There’s one rule to survive: Don’t panic. These language arts activities explore the key components of storytelling and how decision-making leads to character development, in fiction and in life.
Baby Shark’s Big Show!
Pre-school, Pre-K, K
Early learning social skills, pre-reading, math
Take children on a fun learning adventure with Baby Shark and his friends and family. Students will learn about friendship, practice developmental learning skills, and dance and move along the way!
Earth Day with The Lorax
Language arts and STEM
Celebrate Earth Day with Dr. Seuss’s timeless book, The Lorax
, and activities to help students and their families find practical ways they can help protect resources and make their communities greener and healthier.
All About Nutrition and Physical Activity
Elementary (K-2, 3-5)
Health, Language Arts
Explore nutrition and fitness with students to help support positive decisions with the "All About" series. New Food Science activities just added. Resources on snacking, physical activity, protein, family meals, and more, will be added on an ongoing basis throughout the coming months.
IIHS in the Classroom
The IIHS in the Classroom
website helps students explore the science behind what happens in a car crash — both to the car and to those inside it — and discover why some vehicles are safer than others. It features engaging, interactive resources to enhance lessons on energy, inertia, impulse, and momentum. New Crash Science student quiz and teacher’s guide available.