In 1941, just eight days after the attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared December 15 to be Bill of Rights Day, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights. Help students understand the Bill of Rights and dig into each of the first ten amendments though Discovery Education
On the Monday after the second Wednesday in December, the Electoral College electors meet and physically cast their vote for President and Vice President.
How are Electoral College electors selected? Could the Electoral College system ever change? These Discovery Education resources explore the history, and possible future, of the Electoral College.
Explore Discovery Education resources and learn more about winter holidays around the world and check out some fresh takes on familiar traditions.
Join Discovery Education in remembrance of the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Together, students across the country will gather to watch President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s speech to Congress at the exact moment the first bomb struck 75 years ago.
World Soil Day, celebrated annually on December 5, is a global day to raise awareness of the importance of soil as a critical component of our ecosystem.
Join the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum for STEM in 30 and explore the effects of space on the humans who travel there, then check out some out-of-this-world Discovery Education resources revealing the wonders of space exploration.
Build an understanding of the holiday with Discovery Education’s Thanksgiving Content Collection, then take a fresh look at Thanksgiving lore with podcasts, videos, and more.
The Battle of the Somme was one of the largest battles of World War I, begun on July 1, 1916 and ended on November 18, 1916. It was fought with an all-volunteer force and the most troops Britain had ever sent into battle. Britain, France, and their allies hoped to move German forces from their
Learn how water in your backyard is tied to polar bears in the Arctic. Through this virtual field trip, students understand the global world of ice and water and why its conservation is so important to all creatures, not just polar bears.
Tune in to see how different teams on the tundra are utilizing STEM skills to support a global conversation and make a positive impact for polar bears.