Vaccinate Your Family
Grades: Preschool & Daycare
Subject Area: Health
Raise awareness about the importance of family members keeping their vaccines up to date to help keep their family members healthy.
Fuel Up to Play 60
Grades: Middle School and High School (Grades 5-8 and 9-12)
Subject Area: Health Nutrition, Fitness
Empower your students to focus on wellness and help build healthier schools with Fuel Up to Play 60. This program includes activities on healthy eating, everyday physical activity, and social emotional skill-building. Bonus: If you are a teacher in the Northeast, you can request a free Fuel Up to Play 60 poster! While supplies last.
Dungeons & Dragons Build an Adventure
Grades: Grades 4-6, 6-8
Subject Area: Language Arts, Mathematics
Take your students on a collaborative storytelling adventure that will reinforce language arts, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills as they explore fantastic realms, undertake challenging quests, and weigh daring choices brought to life by their own imaginations.
Sound Off with the
Home Fire Safety Patrol
Grades: Elementary (2-3)
Subject Area: Health & Safety, Math, Language Arts
Sound Off for Fire Prevention Week: Oct. 9 – 15
With Sound Off With the Home Fire Safety Patrol, students learn about home fire safety with lessons on smoke alarm sounds, placement, and testing, home fire dangers, and home escape planning and fire drills.
Blue's Clues & You!
Grades: Ages 2-6
Subject Area: Social Skills, Pre-reading, Math, Problem-solving
Blue, Josh, Magenta, and friends will engage your preschoolers as they work together to find clues, sing songs, solve puzzles, and more!
Snoopy in Space: The Search For Life
Grades: Elementary (K-2, 3-6)
Subject Area: Language Arts, STEM
Inspire your students to join Snoopy and NASA as they search for life in our solar system and beyond to find the first life form in space.
A Poppin' Popcorn Festival
Subject Area: Family and Consumer Sciences, Language Arts, Health
Introduce your students to the history of popcorn, how it’s grown, and its nutritional value, and inspire them to make plans for their own “could-be” Poppin’ Popcorn Festival.
The End Is Nye
Subject Area: Science, Social Studies
Inspire your students to harness the power of science and take action that could one day save the world from natural disasters with lessons inspired by The End Is Nye hosted by Bill Nye.
On Our Sleeves: Teaching Children about Mental Health
Grades: Elementary & Middle School (K-8)
Subject Area: Health & Wellness, Social-Emotional Learning, Language Arts
Support your students’ mental health by helping them develop practical strategies for identifying emotions and building coping strategies, empathy, and kindness for others.
Grades: Grades 5-6, 7-8
Subject Area: Health, English Language Arts, STEM
This free multi-media educational program is designed to teach students and their families how to use, store, and dispose of OTC medicines safely, as well as how to avoid medicine mistakes and misuse.
Into the Cloud:
Adventures in Online Safety!
Subject Area: Language Arts, Technology, Cyber Citizenship
Take your students on a cyber safety adventure with activities designed to empower children to make smart decisions online and confide in trusted adults if they need help. New interactive game and presentation slides available.