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Curated Teaching Resources for K-2 Classrooms

Curated Teaching Resources for K-2 Classrooms

Like any good playlist, this one has been carefully arranged for K-2 classrooms, with your needs in mind. Check out each playlist by subject or click here to access the full collection.

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SCIENCE: It’s Alive! (Or Is It?)

Our world is comprised of both living and non-living things. In this ​playlist, students learn how to tell the difference.

 

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ENGLISH: Pluralize It

Showcase the magic of the letter S as students transform singular nouns to plurals.

 

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MATH: Shape Shifting

Once students have mastered basic shapes, take things to the next level with these engaging resources that explore composite shapes.

 

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SOCIAL STUDIES: Make It Or Take It

Using these resources, your students will become familiar with basic economic concepts. focusing on the interdependent relationship between producers and consumers.

 

 


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By: Eboni Hogan, Content Specialist

 

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Teaching Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month

Teaching Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month

Many teachers don’t feel fully equipped to meet their students’ growing emotional needs. These resources address body positivity, bullying, depression, and more. We organized them by the developmental needs of specific age groups, spanning K-12.

Click here to browse Mental Health Awareness Resources

Happy social emotional learning!

 

 


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By: Eboni Hogan, Content Specialist

 

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Resource Room — Holiday Shopping

Resource Room — Holiday Shopping

Happy Sunday Teachers!

Here’s a roundup of every resource we shared over the past week.

  • With all the shopping this weekend, who doesn’t love free resources?? Check out https://www.gutenberg.org/ to find tons of eBooks to help those readers you have!
  • Get into the holiday spirit! ‪#‎Teach‬ patterns and symmetry with this fun snowflake video by Khan Academy.
  • Have those struggling math students who need to actually see the problem but don’t have the manipulatives to help them? Check out https://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html to find tons of virtual manipulatives to use with the whole class!

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