Explore digital media resources for teaching topics in K–12 earth and space science. These free resources emphasize student engagement with the core ideas and practices of the Next Generation Science Standards and are supported by rich contextual materials.

With this lesson plan, your students will learn about Amelia Earhart’s groundbreaking career as a female aviator. After viewing a video about her life, students will examine her first pilot’s license and will read a letter she wrote to an aspiring aviator. 

On August 17th, 1786 American folk hero Davy Crockett "King of the Wild Frontier" was born. Learn about Crockett's life as a frontiersman and politician.

Uncover how visual arts are defined and cultivated within culture with this video. Does your class have any art questions they want to ask?

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