People of Peace - Online Lesson
Learn about six Nobel Peace Prize Winners or nominees and how they advanced the cause of peace in the world. A great supplemental social studies or history lesson for students.
Free Online Self-Paced Lessons
Free online lessons for ELA, math, science, and social studies. Lessons include embedded videos and practice questions. Find lessons for grades K-12.
Free Online Lesson - Earth Science: Groundwater
Groundwater is water found under the ground. Groundwater includes all water held within the soil, moving through pore spaces in rocks and soils, and stored underground. Click on the link to learn more about groundwater! #scienceed #stem #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - List Poetry
A list poem is a poem written as a list. However, it's a little more complex than just writing out a grocery list. When you create a list poem, you consciously place items in a list in order to create a poem with a deeper meaning. Click the link to learn more about list poetry! #writing #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - Earth Science: Tornadoes
A storm is a type of violent atmospheric disturbance. Hurricanes, thunderstorms, and blizzards are storms. So are tornadoes. A tornado is a rotating column of air that forms from thunderstorm clouds down to the ground. Click the link to view the full online lesson about tornadoes! Practice questions and other resources available. #scienceed #stem #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - At the Fair Words
Have you ever been to the fair? The fair can be a lot of fun. There are rides at the fair. There are animals at the fair. There is lots of good food to eat at the fair. Watch the video to learn more things you'll find at the fair. #vocabulary #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - Earth Science: Tides
If you have the chance to spend the day at a coastal beach, be careful where you place your towel! The water level will rise or fall over the course of the day. The repeating pattern of rising and falling of ocean water is a tide. Learn more about tides with this online lesson! #scienceed #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - What is a Fable?
A fable is a short piece of fiction that teaches a lesson. The practice questions and video will help you learn more about fables. #reading #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - Reptile Vocabulary Words
Practice questions available! You can try answering the questions first before watching the online lesson video to see what you already know. #vocabulary #scienceed #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - What's for Dinner? A Science Story
Practice questions available! All animals need to drink water. All animals need to eat food. Animals need food and water to live and grow. But, different types of animals eat different types of food. Learn more about the types of food animals eat with this lesson. #scienceed #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - What is Setting?
Practice questions available! Have you ever opened a book and felt like you were transported to a magical world? Chances are the author of that book did a great job of describing the setting. Learn about settings in more depth with this lesson. #reading #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - Types of Faults
Practice questions available! Faults are fractures, or breaks, in rock masses where movement has occurred on at least one side of the break. The sudden movement of rocks along a fault can result in an earthquake. Learn about the different types of faults with this lesson. #scienceed #stem #onlinelesson #onlinelearning
Free Online Lesson - Acrostic Poems
Practice questions available! In an acrostic poem, the first word in each line starts with a letter in a word that represents the subject of the poem. Each line can have one word or more than one word. Find out more about acrostic poems with this lesson so you can write your own too! #writing #onlinelesson #onlinelearning