Topical Resources

Enjoy these FREE downloadable classroom resources released each month to explore historical dates, events, and holidays with your students! 

October 2016

Fire safety is important both at home and at school. Help teach your students good fire safety habits by celebrating Fire Prevention Week with us from October 9th through the 15th. Leverage our toolkit to help prepare students for what to do in case of a fire emergency.

November 2016

Friday, November 11th marks Veterans Day, and we've put together some exciting resources to help you and your students celebrate. Check out our toolkit for activities, ThinkIts, and Fact Sheets in honor of our nation's veterans.

Spring is almost here! This is the perfect time to teach your students about the March 20th equinox that marks the first day of spring.

As the weather changes, chances are that your students are also ready to spring out of the classroom, but keep them in their seats...

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Each February, Americans observe Black History Month to celebrate the achievements of black Americans and to honor their role in shaping our country. We at EducationCity have assembled some resources for you to share with your students for this very important celebration....

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Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the most important figures of the civil rights movement in America in the 1950s and 1960s. You can help your students learn about who he was and what he stood for by downloading our resources for your classroom'...

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The winter solstice takes place on the shortest day of the year, when there are the fewest daylight hours and the sun is at its lowest in the horizon. The winter solstice represents the first day of winter. In the U.S., this is on December 21st or 22nd.
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Veterans Day is the perfect time to talk with students about patriotism, love of country, bravery, courage, and what it means to be a veteran. Let your students know that Veterans Day is a time to show gratitude and appreciation for all the living soldiers who served our...

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