We are celebrating the 3rd rock from the Sun: the Earth! This month we are highlighting something very dear to us all and worth protecting for our future, the Earth. Earth Day 2017 is officially April 22nd; however, we challenge you to help your students take the next step and highlight our planet beyond just
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.
With Earth Day just around the corner, we will be sharing a variety of resources you can use in your classroom. BoardBuilder is a great way for students to create custom projects, including informative flyers! Access this board here (US) (or here if you are from Canada) to save it to “My Content” and assign
Ever since we have implemented portable devices and carts in our middle school, the paper and toner budget has exploded. For a school grades 6-8 with 1100 students, we use over 380 cases of paper and over $12,000 in toner. It would have been higher, but our principal stopped purchasing toner at the end of
Project Polar Bear – Save the Date! Polar Bears International presents the 2013 Project Polar Bear Contest! Ice Ice Savers Team Bright young minds outsmart CO2 2012 Project Polar Bear Winners What is Project Polar Bear? Project Polar Bear is a way for small teams of young people, groups, and classrooms to collectively make