A website developed by the National Geographic Society that contains a wide variety of links and resources that can help to develop summer learning programs. Topics include “connecting with your community,” “summer explorations,” and “citizen science.
This site incorporates critical thinking and investigative learning through paired sources. It presents engaging questions for the students to explore. Integrating art from past and present, this is a valuable resource for students in grades 6 - 12.
More than 50,000 parents and carers accessed the free ‘ORIGO at Home’ mathematics resource within two weeks of the service being launched, as they aimed to maintain learning for primary school children while the COVID-19 pandemic spread.
Along with his own poetry, Nesbitt also includes free poetry for kids from other authors both classic and new. The poems are thoughtfully arranged by length, grade, subject, and more. And if you’re looking for ideas for teaching poetry, you’ve come to the right spot.
For parents up to the challenge of replicating school lesson plans, The Climate Literacy and Energy Awareness Network is a collection of peer-reviewed lesson plans, science experiments and videos from NASA, NOAA and the U.S. Department of Energy.
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