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#CelebrateWithDE: First Day of Spring

Can you track the seasonal changes by the energy in your classroom? Spring equinox, vernal equinox, first day of spring, whatever you call it, it’s time to say goodbye to winter and say hello to spring. Worms will start appearing, the birds will dial up their song, and we may breathe a sigh of relief

#CelebratewithDE – St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrate the patron saint of Ireland with us by focusing on some of the symbolism and pageantry that make this day special every year. We’re celebrating with images pairing them with fun activities that will help students test the luck o’ the Irish as they discover and honor this special holiday.

International Day of Happiness

In 1988, Bobby McFerrin told us “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”. This hit song fits perfectly with Discovery Education and LG’s International Day of Happiness celebrations. On March 20th, LG and Discovery Education pair up to celebrate happiness with resources and activities aimed to equip youth with strategies to better handle stress and find their happy

SOS Top Ten for STEM Thinking

Welcome to the SOS Top Ten series. In this edition, we highlight some of the most popular ways to use Spotlight on Strategies (CDN Version) to encourage and develop STEM thinking in your classroom. Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, or STEM, is the Discovery Education instructional focus for the month of March. The STEM movement has grown from

#CelebrateWithDE Women’s History Month

For Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating women who have changed the course of history. Often, women affect history just by being the first to break a glass ceiling or reach a particular goal. And, many of these women continue to make history by what they achieve in their trailblazing roles. Although there are women in

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March 2019: Thinking processes and STEM

The hundreds of quality STEM-related videos and materials in the Discovery Education online collection make it easy to find content to use for your lessons and units. However, take time for students to develop a solid thinking process before starting your STEM unit. STEM, with its combined focus on science, technology, engineering and math, should

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