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  • Curious George STEM Collection

    The Curious George STEM Collection contains a variety of hands-on lesson plans teaching STEM concepts through Curious George videos. Concepts taught include simple machines, measurement, sorting, and more. Each lesson begins by watching a video, then using the concepts presented in the video, participate in a variety of learning activities. In addition to the complete lesson, each activity also includes a variety of additional resources for extending learning. Lessons align to National and Next Generation Science Standards.
    https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/curiousgeorge/

  • Math at the Core: Middle School

    Explore and find math activities for middle school students (grades 5-8) aligned to Common Core Standards at this comprehensive site. Find materials through several different search avenues; browse standards, search by grade level, choose a domain, or use a keyword search. Content includes lesson plans, interactive activities, and videos.
    https://www.pbslearningmedia.org/collection/mathcore/#.WsS7idPwYcg

  • Monster Sciences

    Monster Sciences contains an extensive array of experiments, videos, and printable materials for teaching science and more. Choose any experiment for a full description of the activity including teacher's notes and extended questions. The video category includes several videos of students performing activities found on the site. Be sure to check out the literacy and math sections for games and templates for teaching activities.
    http://www.monstersciences.com/

  • Country of the Week

    Each week the New York Times provides an interactive quiz introducing a new country through video, photography, and journalism. Begin each week by finding the highlighted country on a map through multiple choice options. After choosing the correct location, scroll down the page to answer multiple choice questions. This site also includes archives of previous quizzes dating back to September 2017.
    https://www.nytimes.com/column/country-of-the-week



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