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Scientists say it actually rains diamonds on Uranus and Neptune! This is due to the planets' dense atmospheres, believed to contain high percentages of methane, hydrogen, and helium. Read more 💠
It's Raining Diamonds on Uranus!
Scientists say it actually rains diamonds on Uranus and Neptune! This is due to the planets' dense atmospheres, believed to contain high percentages of methane, hydrogen, and helium. Read more 💠
Timeline: The Defining Moments of MLK Jr.
Each year, classrooms nationwide study the different moments from Dr. King’s life that were crucial to the Civil Rights Movement. Through his conviction and sacrifice, we can continue to learn from him. In honor of his birthday on January 15th, our Unit detailing his life and legacy will be free throughout the month of January.
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Spooky Season Facts
Spooky Season is in full swing 👻 Be sure to share these scary factoids with your little ones ahead of Halloween 🎃
How did the ancient Romans deal with plumbing? They built huge and extensive aqueducts, which is Latin for waterway. These under- and aboveground channels were typically made of stone, brick, and volcanic cement. Read more here🚰 Roman Aqueduct, Ancient Romans, Waterway, Relic, Croatia, Cement, Plumbing
Roman Aqueducts: The Dawn of Plumbing - Kids Discover
How did the ancient Romans deal with plumbing? They built huge and extensive aqueducts, which is Latin for waterway. These under- and aboveground channels were typically made of stone, brick, and volcanic cement. Read more here🚰
Native American Heritage Month
Honor Native American Heritage Month with these 5 Free Units! From coast to coast, each regional group of tribes has its own unique history that your students will love to explore.
Making blood, fending off viruses, protecting our precious innards: Those are just a few of the duties of the human skeleton. For kids looking to bone up on their bone knowledge this Halloween, this unit is the place to start. Human Skeleton, Bones, The Unit, Duties, Blood, Knowledge, Precious
FREE UNIT: BONES 💀
Making blood, fending off viruses, protecting our precious innards: Those are just a few of the duties of the human skeleton. For kids looking to bone up on their bone knowledge this Halloween, this unit is the place to start.
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VIDEO: How a Hurricane Develops
Hurricanes feed on warm moist air rising from the Atlantic Ocean. Warm water evaporates from the surface of the ocean, rises, then cools. This causes the water vapor to condense, forming very large thunderstorm clouds. Watch now to learn more!
Constitution: Free Unit
On September 17, 1787, some of our country’s greatest minds came together to create guidelines for our new nation. In our Constitution Unit, we take your kids through the entire process, from the Constitutional Convention to more recent amendments. Learn more with this FREE Unit!
People say that teachers “get the summers off,” but many educators will use their summer for professional growth rather than treating it like a three month vacation. Read more here! Cutthroat Kitchen, Teacher Support, Teaching Career, Education Related, Master Of Science, Summer Learning, Engaging Lessons, Professional Growth, Summer Plans
Summer Planning for Teachers: Finding the Right Balance - Kids Discover
People say that teachers “get the summers off,” but many educators will use their summer for professional growth rather than treating it like a three month vacation. Read more here!
As we start a new school year, it’s important to reflect upon what is essential for educators to remember. While classroom spaces, curriculum mapping, assessments, and lesson plans are necessary for teachers, the most critical thing to remember when school starts is developing positive relationships with our students. Learn more! The New School, New School Year, Classroom Rules, Teacher And Student Relationship, Positive Classroom Environment, School Reform, When School Starts, Student Voice
Developing Positive Teacher-Student Relationships - Kids Discover
As we start a new school year, it’s important to reflect upon what is essential for educators to remember. While classroom spaces, curriculum mapping, assessments, and lesson plans are necessary for teachers, the most critical thing to remember when school starts is developing positive relationships with our students. Learn more!
On any given day, the Kids Discover Online library has over 100 free topics for you and your students to enjoy. Just one Topic a day can help your students beat the summer slide! Explore now. Summer Slide, Online Library, 100 Free
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On any given day, the Kids Discover Online library has over 100 free topics for you and your students to enjoy. Just one Topic a day can help your students beat the summer slide! Explore now.
"The best Science, History, Geography Curriculums!" - Lori, devoted classroom teacher Chemistry Teacher, Free Lesson Plans, American Government, Teacher Guides, Free Lessons, Digital Library, American Revolution
Free Lesson Plans Archive - Kids Discover
"The best Science, History, Geography Curriculums!" - Lori, devoted classroom teacher
Happy National Higher Education Day! As an education focused company, we put a strong onus on preparing children for higher education, as we feel it best equips them to succeed as adults! Today we think of our teachers who work tirelessly to get kids there with such skill, grace and patience. Education Day, Education Focused, Higher Education, Succeed
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Happy National Higher Education Day! As an education focused company, we put a strong onus on preparing children for higher education, as we feel it best equips them to succeed as adults! Today we think of our teachers who work tirelessly to get kids there with such skill, grace and patience.