Resources for Teachers and Students
Two kids named Wes Moore were born blocks apart within a year of each other in Baltimore. Yet, one grew up to be highly successful and the other became a convicted murderer serving a life sentence. Why did their lives turn out so differently? "The Other Wes Moore" is a great story for helping your students see how our choices determine the direction our lives will take.
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Turn the fun of food into a great science experience to start off the school year using a new science content reading Is there a gene for liking broccoli? and an accompanying activity Taste this!
Diversity, multiculturalism, worldwide events. You'll find plenty for classroom discussions in this listing of events.
Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:
Answer FIVE Geography questions each week based on major news events.►Archive of Geography quizzes
Become a Wildlife Watch Treasure Hunter
National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Watch is a national, nature-watching program created for people of all ages. Through the program, you’ll gain first hand experience with plants and animals in their natural environment and share details that help National Wildlife Federation track the health and behavior of wildlife and plant species nationwide. In return, the Wildlife Watch website keeps you up-to-date on wildlife news and facts, and new ideas for attracting wildlife to your backyard and community.
The Cartoons for the Classroom Caption Contest will return in September!
This week's lesson:
Do 'combat police' create respect or fear?►Download the lesson
Daily Science Webcasts
Before heading out to sea, Science Diarist Jules Jaffe does a final test of an instrument designed to reveal some of the mysteries of the deep ocean.
-- Aug 29, 2014