Newsletter — February 2022
Featured Lesson Plan
Articles For Teachers
Resources for Teachers
Math Worksheets That Are Actually Worth Printing Out — Give students the practice they need with these worksheets that are a cut above the rest.
Virtual Field Trips Full of Learning Potential — Bring the world to your students with these free online experiences for your classroom.
Safer Internet Day Awareness Kit — Safer Internet Day Is Feb. 8! Want to help your school community get involved? Get the word out with this slide deck chock-full of helpful info.
Top Picks Lists
Best U.S. History Websites for Students — Humanize history by getting students to unearth the real remains — from the mundane to the magnificent — of United States history. By curating and contextualizing text, audio, and images, these websites aim for accessibility, giving students tons of content likely to touch on topics they care about.
Best News- and Media-Literacy Resources for Students — You’ll find great apps and websites broken down into three core categories: those that help students evaluate media (and think critically about “fake news”), those that help them create media, and those that steer students toward credible sources.
The award-winning suite of six interactive games addresses key issues kids face in today’s digital world. Each engaging game teaches critical digital citizenship skills that help students learn to use technology responsibly to learn, create, and participate.
Parent & Caregiver Corner
Books That Teach Empathy — Teaching kids character strengths and life skills such as empathy is one of the most important jobs of being a parent. These great books for all ages help make it easier by celebrating friendship, difference, and the importance of caring for one another.
TV That Promotes Perseverance — These TV shows help kids learn the value of sticking with something no matter what challenges they face. Perseverance, determination, grit, resilience — all are positive traits that help kids succeed in life.