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Roosevelt's Legacy: Conservation
5th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewThe legacy of Theodore Roosevelt carries through modern American politics, economics, foreign policy, and society. But his proudest and most profound efforts were in the world of conservation, and in preserving the natural beauty of...
The Complicated History of Surfing
6 mins 6th - 12th
New ReviewBeach Boys and beach bunnies, woodies and long boards, the Billabong Pipeline Masters and Quicksilver Big Wave Invitational. Ah, but there's much more to surfing than riding waves. A short video traces the sometimes dark history of this...
How Did Polynesian Wayfinders Navigate the Pacific Ocean?
6 mins 3rd - 12th
Imagine sailing around the world, or even around the Pacific Ocean, in an outrigger canoe without the the aid of a GPS? Or a compass? Or even a sextant? The Polynesians did. Find out how with an engaging video that details how they used...
The Lone Woman and San Nicholas Island
3rd - 5th
Explore the fascinating archaeology of San Nicholas Island in the Channel Islands of the California coast. You'll find a video on the story of the "Lone Woman", activities for learners to imagine what it would have been like to be alone on an island, and consider the ethics involved in archaeological digs and excavation.
Who Built Great Zimbabwe? And why?
5 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
It's hard to image that a mystery surrounds the second largest settlement ruins found in Africa. Who built this stone city? Why was it built? What happened to it? Why was it abandoned? A short video explores the controversies surrounding...
6th - 8th
From compasses to Google Earth, these mapping resources will help your students get acquainted with mapping skills both old and new. You'll find resources here about both political and physical maps, and a number of the activities are interdisciplinary in nature, using maps to shed light on things like climate change, population distribution, and more.
The Ferocious Predatory Dinosaurs of Cretaceous Sahara
4 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
What's not to love about dinosaurs? Lucky for us humans, we can love to learn about them from 100 million years away, especially a group of extra large predatory dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period. Watch a descriptive video that...
Literacy Beyond the Language Arts Classroom
3rd - 5th
Celebrate reading across the curriculum with a collection of lessons and worksheets that bring literature and informational text to life in math, science, social studies, and music. Each resource prompts interdisciplinary instruction while helping learners build meaningful connections that make learning relevant from multiple perspectives.
Reading Passage: New Mystery at Stonehenge
4th CCSS: Adaptable
A passage about Stonehenge offers readers a perfect opportunity to demonstrate their ability to separate factual statements from opinions. After studying an article about this "mysterious monument," readers are asked to label statements...
Cross-Curricular Reading Comprehension Worksheets
2nd - 6th
This series of cross-curricular resources covers just about every subject, ranging from social studies to geometry to physical science. Each worksheet includes a reading passage and five questions that require learners to apply reading skills and practice with the content from the various subject areas. While some passages are stronger than others, this series offers a wide selection that you can pick and choose from when looking to supplement a unit of study.