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Animated GIFs | Off Book

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You've probably seen GIFs appear across your social media pages - but what are they, exactly and where did they originate?

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Can You Cook a S'more Without Fire or Electricity?

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Find out with a little help from the Science U team in this activity from Penn State and WPSU!

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National Ice Cream Month

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Inspire your child's inner chemist with this “60 Second Science” video and activity!

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All About the Holidays: Independence Day

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Happy Birthday, America!

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Video | The Soldier's Experience in Vietnam: Using Oral Histories to Draft a Historical Narrative

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What does it mean to be a soldier? Help students get to the heart of this question using “The Soldier's Experience in Vietnam,” lesson plan from Illinois Public Media.

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Video | Character Study: Scout Finch

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“To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee is one of the most popular books taught in U.S. schools today and remains a classic icon among the stores of contemporary American literature.

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Video | All About the Holidays: Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

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May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month!

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Collection | Beat Making Lab

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From an all-female hip hop group in Senegal to the creators of a national anthem mashup, learn how the Beat Making Lab and their crew use electronic music to communicate ideas about culture, health, and artistic expression.

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Collection | Shakespeare Uncovered

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Learn about the life & times of Shakespeare with interactives/videos/lesson plans covering his greatest works.

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Video | The Environmental Movement and the First Earth Day

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Did you know that the first Earth Day was held in April 1970, with 20 million demonstrating across the country in support of the environment?

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A Public Media Initiative to Help Combat the Dropout Crisis in the United States

 

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