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New Studies Weekly Science to Spark Student Curiosity

Have you heard? Studies Weekly has created a new core K-5 science curriculum that’s fully aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and incorporates the well-known 5E model. This program more powerfully engages students by inspiring them to explore, ask questions, and solve real-world problems. Phenomenon-Based Learning The new Studies Weekly Science is highly phenomenon-driven.…

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The Role of Free-Choice Learning in Science Education

School administrators constantly look for ways to increase student understanding of science, but many face roadblocks when trying the usual methods. Children perceive traditional methods as an obligation: “I have to” rather than “I want to.” Free-choice learning is an emerging approach to education aimed at understanding science through a lifelong curiosity lens. It offers…

Use ESSER funds using Studies Weekly

Use ESSER Funds for Studies Weekly

Not sure how to spend your ESSER funds? Here’s a quick summary of how Studies Weekly qualifies for COVID relief funds, and how our print and online materials can help you meet students’ academic, social, and emotional needs. ESSER II: Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act This Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief…

Magnetic Forces Science Lesson Plan

K-3 Lesson Plan: Magnetic Forces

Background Knowledge: In this lesson, students will explore how magnets interact, ask questions, and make observations. The objective is for students to understand the cause-and-effect relationship of magnetic interactions. Lesson Plan:  Prepare by gathering enough magnets for students. Each student should have two magnets. Read this to your students: Magnets are all around us. We…