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Lab Safety Rules You Should Know [Infographics]

How do you guarantee students’ safety while they perform science lab experiments at home or in the classroom? Lab activities give students essential hands-on experience and align with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). The best way to keep lab work a part of your school’s science curriculum — regardless of where students perform these…

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Black Scientists Who Made History

Celebrating Black History Month is not just for Social Studies. Many Black scientists have contributed to our knowledge of biology, chemistry, and physics. Thanks to their legacy of hard work and perseverance, students today know they can overcome socio-economic challenges and accomplish their dreams. As your school celebrates African Americans who made history, encourage science…

Most Important Book Strategy

Most Important Book Strategy

Grades: K-5 Social Studies Strands: Government and Civics, Geography, Economics, History, Culture Using this strategy in Kindergarten and building on it throughout the elementary years will be especially helpful for students’ writing ability. Why: (Purpose) Deep learning Students will read articles with greater purpose while looking for the main idea and supporting details. Higher student…

Studies Weekly and ELA

Blending Social Studies and ELA

“If history were taught in the form of stories, it would never be forgotten” – Rudyard Kipling Social studies is more than just teaching kids facts, dates, states and capitals. It’s about the stories — it’s the “why” behind each individual’s choices, their interactions with each other and the world. Social studies also has the…