Middle School

Middle School

NHPBS – Learn from Home Resources

NHPBS has support for teachers in creating remote learning experiences for children. Visit New Hampshire PBS to see more resources for kids and parents to facilitate learning remotely.

Visit National Parks from Your Couch!

One of the best things America ever did was establish the national parks system, conserving the nation’s ecological heritage and pristine wilderness for everyone to enjoy. But, while visiting the parks is a family road trip classic, it’s not exactly an inexpensive experience for many of us, not to mention how time consuming it can…

Yoga for Classrooms Blog

How to stay positive and help kids feel grounded in the midst of change. Great ideas for a “wellness break” throughout a day of remote learning.

Library of Congress: Lesson Plans

Visit this site from the Library of Congress to find lesson plans that meet Common Core and state standards, as well as the standards of national organizations. Source: https://www.loc.gov/teachers/

Stanford History Education Group: Free Curriculum

This site from the Stanford History Education Group requires creating an account, but once you do you’ll have free access to all lessons, assessments, and curriculum collections. Source: https://sheg.stanford.edu/

Project Gutenberg

At this site, you can explore more than 60,000 free e-books, either to read online or download. Source: https://www.gutenberg.org/

Bring the World to Your Classroom

This curated collection of free learning resources from NHPBS and PBS includes standards-aligned videos, interactive content, lesson plans, and more, for all grade levels. Source: https://nhpbs.pbslearningmedia.org/

Not Even Past: 15 Minute History

This history podcast, from the University of Texas at Austin, is meant to be a resource for both teachers and students. Source: https://15minutehistory.org/

Exploratorium: Learning Toolbox

This site from the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco, California provides a variety of science resources for at-home and virtual learning, including activities, articles, and videos. Source: https://www.exploratorium.edu/learn

How To Smile: Science and Math – Free

On this site, you can search over 3,500 of the very best science and math activities on the web. Find handpicked activities from your favorite science museums, public television stations, universities, and other educational organizations. All activities are available free of charge. Source: https://www.howtosmile.org/