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‘Losing Earth’: A Climate Change Curriculum

Here you will find reading comprehension tools, activities and other resources to bring "Losing Earth," The New York Times Magazine's special issue on climate change, into the classroom and beyond.

“13 Fun Ways for Kids to Spend More Time Outside”

From planning a road trip around "rockhounding" opportunities to building your own outdoor play area, these fun family activities are guaranteed to spark your child's interest in nature.

“Move for Thought” Kit

The Move for Thought Kit focuses on motivating children to be physically active inside and outside the classroom.  This project was funded by a Team Nutrition grant from the United Stated Department of Agriculture.


Mindheart has created this short book to support and reassure children, under the age of 7, regarding the COVID-19. This book is an invitation for families to discuss the full range of emotions arising from the current situation.


#ICANHELP is a resource that empowers children and teens to create a positive digital impact and promote digital safety.


Whether you’re in New York City or across the globe, you’ll get to: (1) Explore The Met using an interactive map (2) Watch behind-the-scenes videos that feature kids just like you (3) Travel through more than 5,000 years of art in their time machine (4) Discover fun facts about works of art—from dragons to dancers, and from mummies to masks and more! (5) Try out creative projects for at home or in the galleries (6) Stay up-to-date with the #MetKids blog.

10 Community Service Ideas for College-Bound Teens

Ideas for teens to complete community service projects to add to their college applications.

10 Team-Building Games For Students

10 Team-Building Games for a Friendlier Classroom is a fantastic free resource for developing relationships and a positive tone in the classroom.

10 Tips for Talking With Students About Tragedy

Expert advice on how to handle difficult questions and conversations in the classroom

10 Tips to Build Resilience in Teens and Young Adults

American Psychological Association presents 10 tips to present the way in which resilience can be taught by teachers and achieved by students.

10 Ways Parents Can Prevent Cyberbullying

Tips for parents on how to make sure their children aren’t involved with cyberbullying.

10 Ways to Build School-Community Partnerships

In this video, partners of the Collaborative for Building After-School Systems (CBASS) describe ten innovative and effective ways for schools and community organizations to build strong partnerships that support high-quality expanded learning.

10 Ways to Talk to Students About Sensitive Issues in the News

This is an article that provides "10 Ways to Talk to Students about Sensitive Issues in the News".

10 Ways to Teach Kids About Diversity

“Mighty Mommy” teaches parents how to teach their children about diversity in 10 lessons.

100 Ways to Promote Character Education in Schools

This web page provides a list of successful strategies used to teach character education.

11 Facts about Drugs and Alcohol

Do Something has compiled a list of facts about drug and alcohol abuse.

13 Fun Summer Learning Activities for Kids of Every Grade Level

Avoid the summer learning slide with these 13 summer learning ideas for kids—from preschoolers and kindergarteners to elementary and middle school students.

13 Healthy and Gluten-Free Ways to Make Pizza

If your family loves pizza, here are some fun ways to make it healthier!

15 Ideas to Celebrate Lights On Afterschool

The Tennessee Afterschool Network shares 15 wonderful ways you can celebrate Lights On Afterschool in your community.