Commemorate the attack on Pearl Harbor by having your students study both the context of the event, the day of the attack, and the United States’ response. Rely on primary source resources such as a President Franklin D. Roosevelt speech and man-on-the-street interviews taken just after the attack. Once students are armed with knowledge about
Stay up-to-date on the latest additions to Discovery Education’s content library. Explore the full list of newly added resources on the New This Month Content Collection. MLB STEM Career Profile videos by Discovery Education Grades: 3-5, 6-8, 9-12 Services: Streaming U.S., Streaming Canada, Science Techbook U.S., STEM Connect U.S., and Science Techbook Canada Back to Polar Bear Basics Virtual Field
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Happy Winter Break! And Happy Holidays! This year, we’re featuring resources about a variety of holidays that fall in the winter and encouraging you to give your students the gift of understanding as they learn about holidays they may not celebrate. After they’ve learned about some silly and serious holiday traditions, have students write a
Learn ways to adapt SOS Sentence Stems for use across content areas and grade levels.
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Meet the characters who will be featured in our new Virtual Field Trip, Discover the Spider-Verse How many Spider-People are there? Who is Miles Morales? What does it take to be a 21st Century hero? Let’s find out! Meet Miles Morales, he is a new kind of hero. Miles is 13-year-old from Brooklyn who has
One of Thanksgiving’s great traditions is storytelling, whether recounting family lore around the dinner table or sharing historical accounts of the earliest celebrations of the holiday. Thanksgiving is a great time to encourage your students to focus on the role of stories in our lives. We hope you and your students have much to be
Learn great ideas for adapting SOS Six Word Story for many different classroom situations.
Guest blog by Jacqueline Prester, Teacher, Mansfield High School For several years, I have enjoyed using the Econ Essentials modules to deliver high-quality economics curriculum in the Entrepreneurship class I teach at Mansfield High School. The interactive modules provide student choice, self-paced learning, and a sense of accomplishment with a certificate of completion. I was