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For Earth Day, Explore "Going Green" or "Going Clean!"

For this Earth Day, let's explore clean vs. green. What is the difference? Which is better? We often hear these terms when talking about the environment or our climate. Many of us don’t know the difference between the two terms, so let's take a look!

Celebrate Earth Day with Fun Kids' Activities!

Earth Day is April 22! Do you have any Earth science activities planned for your classroom? Here are a few ideas!

Earth Day is Coming!

Earth Day is on its way, and what better way to celebrate than with kids?

Try These Earth Science Books for Kids!

Maybe middle schoolers love Earth science because they, you know, live on Earth! And often have their heads in the clouds. And are kind of spacey.

Shakespeare for Kids: Activities for Your Classroom

April is the anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth and death, so it's a perfect time to introduce your students to Shakespeare!

 

Science Activity Time: Make a Robot!

When you see news about self-driving cars, do you get excited or nervous? New technology can be a game changer for how we interact with the world (smartphones!) but for some, getting used to these new interactions can be difficult. Kids, however, don't seem to have this problem.

Showing Up, Showing Effort

I always think that if the zombie apocalypse did come, there's nowhere I'd rather be than in a karate dojo on lesson day. Boy, those kids are fierce, and they know how to wield a bow.

Myth Busting: The Work-Life Balance Doesn't Exist

We've all heard that phrase, “the work-life balance.” It's offered up as something to strive for, something to accomplish, something lots of other people brag about on social media. The topic of work-life balance has been brought into sharp relief this week after a BBC commentator was interrupted by his two adorable kids during a live interview, causing the Internet to burst out laughing.

Teach Kids About the Holocaust with a Free Ebook

The Holocaust can be a difficult topic to teach to any age. The Holocaust was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of more than 6 million Jews and countless other people, including the mentally ill, disabled, and the Romani during World War II.

Celebrate Girls in Science by learning of Women in the Air!

Ameilia Earhart broke a lot of records: first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, first woman to fly nonstop coast to coast, first woman to fly SOLO across the Atlantic—she was good at being first. What about being the first person to fly around the world? That was the trip during which she was lost.

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