The Holocaust can be a difficult subject to teach to any age. How do we delve into this important topic in today’s classrooms? How do we examine the events and their lasting repercussions in a way that encourages discussion, discovery, empathy, and prevention?
This particular presidential election has been a difficult topic for educators to discuss in classrooms, because it’s been such a divisive and volatile election. We can help you frame today’s current events in a meaningful way for your students. Use this opportunity to learn about democracy, civic rights, the power of government, and more!
Ready to Help Save the Earth? Even after Earth Day is over, kids can have fun while learning how to be good stewards of our planet with some great science-minded projects from this Earth science ebook! Fill out the form to receive your free ebook.
Do your kids love robots? Robots are used around the world to make human lives easier, and they’re also great for teaching kids critical thinking and creative designing!
Today’s kids are faced with a wealth of online information they can use in the classroom, homeschool, and their daily lives. What’s the best way to use technology to present information to other people?
Today’s students are faced with a wealth of online information they can use in the classroom and in their daily lives. But how do they find the information they actually need? How do they know if the information is reliable?
Did you know that kids typically lose two to three months of math and reading skills during the summer months, with low-income children experiencing the greatest loss? You can help prevent summer brain drain by offering kids fun activities they’ll love to do!