The Daniel Tiger’s Storybooks app offers a library of interactive stories narrated by Daniel Tiger. The stories show Daniel learning little life lessons, like sharing with friends and being a helper. Each book, available in English and Spanish, includes a familiar song, charming animations, and a simple game to encourage children to play about the theme of the story.
This lesson teaches students how to quickly paraphrase text accurately while still explaining what it says explicitly and drawing correct inferences. Students do this through engaging each other via a range of collaborative discussions.
Bats are one of the most important animals on earth, but the adage "out of sight, out of mind," often applies to these incredible creatures of flight. We investigate a mysterious fungus that endangers the bat population in hopes of discovering how it acts and how to stop it.
Use this lesson plan with the We The Voters film “Hot Tips to Rock the Ballot” to explore the importance of down ballot voting—looking beyond the national contestants to the local candidates where most of government’s direct impact on people occurs.