## 4th-5th Grade History Activity: Samuel Gompers and the Labor Movement

Samuel Gompers was the president of the American Federation of Labor from 1886-1924. He fought for labor equality for all people regardless of gender, age or race. He had strong views on regulations,...

## Kindergarten Reading Activity: Color the Digraph Snake

A digraph is a combination of  two letters that make one sound. Practice identifying the 'sh', 'ch' and 'th' digraphs in this activity. Color the snake by listening to the instructions and matching the...

## 6th-8th Grade Math Activity: Box and Whisker Plot

A box and whisker plot is a tool used to separate numbers into different quartiles. They are often used to represent statistical data. Use the tool below to create a box and whisker plot using practice numbers...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: Wild West Myth

In today's media, the West in the 19th-early 20th century is sensationalized into an uncivilized place driven by chaos and run by criminals. Is this an accurate portrayal or are they just Wild West myths? The...

## High School Science Learning Activity: Gay Lussac’s Law

In this activity you will explore Gay Lussac's correlation between temperature and pressure. In chemistry there are several gas laws, which are rules that all gasses, regardless of chemical properties follow....

## History Learning Activity: 1920s Trivia

Beat the clock in this 1920s trivia game. The 1920s was also known as the age of prosperity or the Roaring 20s because many inventions came about during this time and American culture changed dramatically. See...

## Kindergarten Math Activity: Balancing Blocks

Counting is a fundamental first step in arithmetic. In this activity your student can practice counting and addition by using balancing blocks. Place the blue blocks on the scale until the values are equal....

## 3rd Grade History Activity: The Forbidden City

Explore the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. The city was erected by the second emperor of the Ming Dynasty. The temple served as the capital and home of the imperial family until the early 1900's. Use the...

## High School Science Learning Activity: Tidal Power

There are many different ways that we gather the energy to provide our homes and business with power and electricity, one of which is through a tidal plant. There are three methods to harness tidal power:...

Use this interactive tool to practice capitalization and punctuation. Read each sentence and see if you can identify the error. Can you spot which letters should be capitalized? What about where commas should...

Practice identifying contractions in this underwater game. Spot the contraction in each sentence or choose the correct contraction to combine the words. Click here for full screenMore first grade...

## High School History Activity: Cold War European Map

Near the end of the Cold War several European countries changed their political as well as physical landscape. In this activity, match each country with the correct location. Once you've identified the...

In this activity we'll review words that sound similar and may look similar but have different meanings. These are called homonyms. Review these different homonyms and then choose the right word to complete...

Run, jump, and fly are all examples of verbs. In this activity we'll practice identifying verb tense by following Winnie as she prepares for the art show. Read each sentence and determine whether the verb is...

## 6th-8th Grade Math Learning Activity: The Area of a Circle

We all know the area of a circle is πr2, but what is the math behind that equation? This interactive video will explain the logic behind the formula. Click here for full screen This interactive activity...

## 4th-5th History Learning Activity: The Roaring 20’s

The roaring 20's were a prosperous time for the United States in the early 20th century, before the eventual Great Depression. During that time the US culture changed dramatically. Music, fashion, literature,...

If your student is writing a paper and needs help deciding on a topic, watch this animated short with steps on getting started. This five step process will help students learn how to find, choose, and research...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: Mapping America – 21st Century

Learn about the US at the start of the 21st Century. Use the interactive map of the continental United States to learn about the population in the year 2000. Study the map and answer questions about income,...

## 1st Grade Science Activity: Spot the Landforms

Travel to High Point Lookout to see all the landforms around you. Try to identify different types of landforms and bodies of water. Once you know what each looks like, head over to our matching game, or go...

## 4th-5th Grade History Learning Activity: Federalist Vs. Anti-Federalist

When America was a new country there were many debates on what kind of government should be implemented between Federalists and Anti-Federalists. One side believed the country should be a republic, and another...

In pronouns part 1, you learned that a pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun and practiced identifying the pronouns in sentences. In Part 2 you will be asked to choose the correct pronoun to fill in...

A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. In this activity, head to the park and enjoy a picnic with some friends. Read each sentence in the banner, listen carefully and see if you can spot the...

## 1st Grade Science Learning Activity: Traveling Seeds

In this activity we'll learn about traveling seeds. Trees, flowers and plants all grow from seeds. Each seed needs to travel away from the parent so that it has room to grow. They can't just get up and walk...

## 2nd Grade Science Learning Activity: Beaufort Scale

The Beaufort Scale was developed by an Irish sailor named Francis Beaufort.  Beaufort created the scale to measure wind speed. Even though the scale was created in the early 19th century it is still used...

## 1st Grade Spelling Game: Fishing

Let's go fishing! In this game, we'll practice spelling. First, review and choose the words you want to practice.  Once you start the game, listen carefully to the word and do your best to spell it. Start...

## Online Games & Activities for All Ages

For the past week week we've been sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it...

The Silk Road was a trade route that stretched from Europe all through the Middle East and ended in China. In this activity, you are sent on an errand to take goods from Constantinople and trade these items to...

## Best Reading Games and Activities

This week we'll be sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it looks...

## Best Science Games and Activities

This week we'll be sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it looks...

## Best History Games and Activities

This week we'll be sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it looks...

## Best Math Games and Activities

This week we'll be sharing our best games and activities by category and age. They come directly from the award-winning K12 curriculum, and represent how online education works and what it looks...

## World Cup Activity: Crossword Puzzle

With the World Cup in full swing, we've created some fun kids' learning activities around the event. The World Cup, which occurs every four years, pits countries against each other in the game of soccer....

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: 3 French Estates

Late in the 18th century France was divided into three social classes or, estates. The first class consisted of clergy, the second of nobility and the third of peasants. It was believed that if every...

## Printable World Cup Word Search

Get excited for the World Cup with this word search all about soccer. Click the image  below to download and print the PDF. To practice identifying soccer nouns visit our reading activity here or test your...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: English Civil War

The English Civil War lasted for nine years from 1642-1651. It was a time of political strife between King Charles I, Parliament  and the surrounding countries. Below are several events that led up to the...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: Spain vs. Aztec Empire

Since 1492 when Christopher Columbus sailed to the new world, Spain had been expanding its territories in the Caribbean and South America. They did this by making treaties, forming alliances and of course,...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: Medieval Empires

Explore medieval empires from 450 AD-1450 AD in this interactive timeline. Highlight the timeline to learn how long each empire reigned. Then click on the icons at the bottom to see a description of each...

## 6th-8th Grade History Learning Activity: 3 Great Greek Philosophers

Learn about Socrates, Aristotle, and Plato, three great thinkers who all lived in a similar time period.  These Greek philosophers influenced wars, politics, and lifestyles.  All three lived in Greece...

## 4th-5th Grade History Learning Activity: Primary Sources

A primary source is an original piece of material that has not been altered. They are often first-hand accounts of historic events. Journals, works of art, and documented findings are all examples of primary...

## 4th Grade History Activity: The Panama Canal

The Panama Canal was created so that ships could pass between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean without having to travel around South America. Watch the animation below to learn the basics of how the canal works....