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.

Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday in May. It is a time to remember those who have died in service to our country. It originated after the Civil War, and it became a federal holiday in 1971.

Help your students learn about the importance of Memorial Day by...

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According to the National Museum of the US Air Force, the goal of the Space Day educational initiative, which takes place on the first Friday of each May, is to celebrate the achievements, benefits, and opportunities in the exploration and use of space.

Our Space...

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International Children’s Book Day is celebrated in conjunction with the April 2nd birthday of Hans Christian Andersen. We’ve created some resources for use in the classroom to help foster your students’ love of reading. Below are links to some stories for classroom use, and a...

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Earth Day is celebrated on April 22nd of each year. First celebrated in 1970, it is considered by many to be the beginning of the modern environmental movement. Early on, Earth Day activities were mostly focused on air and water pollution. In the 1990s, recycling was...

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Women's History Month is a time to celebrate women throughout history and in modern society. EducationCity has created several resources to help your students learn about women who have made significant contributions in a variety of fields. The materials can also serve as a...

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