Language arts and Health
Help your students get a good night’s sleep-and improve their physical and mental health at the same time. The activities include tips for establishing good sleep habits and ideas to extend the learning by involving family members.
Into the Cloud
Language Arts, STEM
Prepare your students for safe adventures online with Into the Cloud
, the new NetSmartz®
web-series that takes kids on an exciting journey across the internet to learn about online safety and digital citizenship.
Disney & Pixar’s Soul
Social Studies, Music, and Language Arts
educational program introduces students to jazz and some legendary musicians, and encourages kids to reflect on the movie’s central theme of self-discovery.
Hats Off to Reading
On March 2, 2021, join Hats Off to Reading
, the nation’s biggest, week-long birthday reading celebration to honor Dr. Seuss and the inspiration his books have given to generations of young readers everywhere.
Glass Half Full
Elementary K-2, 3-5
Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning
Kick off 2021 by promoting positivity and motivating students to look for the positive with activities inspired by Glass Half Full News
— a new online series with a freshly positive perspective from kids.
Vaccinate Your Family
Preschool and Daycare
Inform and educate the parents and grandparents of every child in your care about the key role they play in protecting their children against serious infectious diseases by keeping their own vaccinations up to date and taking everyday preventive actions to help stop the spread of germs.
Take Care with Peanuts
Language Arts, SEL
Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the beloved Peanuts gang by embracing their message of positivity in caring for ourselves, for each other, and for the Earth through standards-based lessons for grades K-2 and 3-6.
All About Nutrition and Physical Activity
Elementary (K-2, 3-5)
Health, Language Arts
Raise student awareness about nutrition and physical activity and help support positive choices with the "All About" series being rolled out throughout the year. Topics covered will include making food swaps, snacking, physical activity, protein, family meals, cooking, and more, with activities for two grade groups: K–2 and 3–5.
, two girls, one the daughter of a wolf hunter, the other part of a woodland tribe with the magic ability to transform themselves into wolves. The language arts activities focus on the themes of empowerment, respecting differences, co-existing with nature, and being true to yourself, as well as creating word-and-picture stories.