#CelebratewithDE and join us as we tour Discovery Communication’s world headquarters and meet the men and women behind the world’s #1 nonfiction media company.
It covers 71% of the Earth’s surface. Forty percent of the world’s population lives in a coastal region. The world’s oceans: strong, yet fragile – a resource that we must protect. With this Lively Lesson, dive into Discovery Education’s digital resources to help bring the underwater world to life for your students.
During School Library Month this April, Discovery Education joins teachers, students, parents, and communities in celebrating the essential role that strong school library programs play in transforming learning.
Grab your scuba gear and join us for a deep dive with experts from Ocean First Education to investigate these topics and more. We’ll be looking at biodiversity in coral reefs and exploring our ever-changing marine
In this Lively Lesson, students explore the importance of reducing the materials, energy, and resources we use, reusing what we can, and recycling materials to protect the Earth from pollution.
This Lively Lesson shares Discovery Education resources along with strategies to explore human effects on the ocean and coastal habitats.
Discovery Education celebrates the life and legacy of the greatest writer of English language and literature. April 23, 2016, marks 400 years since Shakespeare’s death, yet his works and the author himself remain as relevant and closely studied as ever.
In celebration of April Fools’ Day, we look at pranks, lies, deceptions, and half-truths throughout history.
Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, was named by a Dutch explorer who landed there on Easter Sunday in 1722. Known for its giant, carved monuments, Easter Island is the richest site of the megaliths of the Pacific island groups.
In this Lively Lesson, students explore the cultural significance of these moai and the environmental impact of their carving and placement on the island.
On March 17, the feast of St. Patrick celebrates Ireland’s patron saint, but the many Irish who emigrated to other countries have helped make St. Patrick’s Day a secular holiday celebrating all things Irish. In this Lively Lesson, students create illuminated letters that represent St. Patrick.