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Gratitude and the Environment

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While it’s important to be thankful year-round, the holidays are one of the most opportune times to express gratitude.

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Do an Hour of Code

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Educators: How can you cultivate the innovators of the future? With Hour of Code, of course!

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The Perfect Christmas Gift (According to Science)

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“Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the house, there was one creature stirring – a gift-less spouse.”

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Mister C: Science and Math

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DROP THE BEAT! This cool collection from PBS Digital Innovator and educator Mister C will have your students singing, dancing and learning about a variety of math and science topics, from the process behind photosynthesis and the role of ecosystems to the concept of “order of operations” and how long division works.

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Colonizing America

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From the first permanent English colony at Jamestown, Virginia to the feudal kingdom in Maryland, John Green gives your class a Crash Course in American colonization!

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It Was My Duty to Serve: Latinos & Vietnam

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More than 80,000 Latinos fought in the Vietnam War, and nearly half a million fought in World War II.

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Sid the Science Kid: Halloween

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In this Halloween-themed series of videos from "Sid the Science Kid", kids learn that bats are helpful creatures that catch mosquitoes, spiders are expert web builders, cats have fantastic leaping abilities, and skeletons help hold up our bodies!

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Kindness, Empathy, Resilience

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PBS offers a range of resources to support National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month including videos and lesson plans that reinforce the values of kindness and empathy and help educators foster resilience in students of all ages.

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Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

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How can we adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change on our environmental, social, and economic resources?

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Ruff Ruffman Ready To Learn Collection Launch

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Check out the latest addition to PBS LearningMedia... The Ruff Ruffman Show Science Collection!

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NYSWI's Paul Grondahl and William Kennedy Discuss their Telling the Truth in a Post-Truth World Event

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NYSWI event 'Telling the Truth in a Post-Truth World' takes place October 13 & 14, 2017.

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American Government | The Powers of Government

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The United States federal government maintains many powers and plays numerous roles in society.

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All About the Holidays: Hispanic Heritage Month

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Bring Hispanic Heritage Month into your classroom with resources from PBS!

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The Diary of Anne Frank: Character Change Lesson

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Looking for Summer Reading ideas for kids? 'The Diary of Anne Frank' is an ideal choice.

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Urban Habitat: Video | Nature Works Everywhere

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Learn to think about nature in a new way with this activity from The Nature Conservancy!

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