Resources for Grades 3–5
What Does It Mean to Be a Digital Citizen?
Reflect on your digital life as you watch this video. Think about how you will act, create, learn, and lead. How will you be a digital citizen today?
Monthly Activity Calendar and Coloring Sheets
Get daily ideas for outdoor play. Enjoy these fun, screen-free activities!
Use facts about these popular holiday movies to practice some math skills and graph your results.
Write and Perform
Write an original rap, song or spoken word poem with friends, family members or by yourself. Practice your performance.
Create a Family Movie Guide
Create a family movie guide that not only will be a lasting piece of memorabilia but will also help with writing skills.
Pick a room, space, or spot in your home that could use some sprucing up. Clean and organize the area to make it work better for you and your family.
Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Read about the important figure who served on the United States Supreme Court.
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Learn about the historic figure who served on the United States Supreme Court and championed women's rights.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Listen to the first volume of L. Frank Baum's classic story as you imagine yourself traipsing through a magical land. Free on iTunes.
Five Minutes to Focus
Print and shuffle these cards featuring seven exercies for the mind. Pull one out each day to center yourself and let go of stresses.
Hear from two teen Lion Dancers and learn why this traditional Chinese performance for Lunar New Year is important to them.
Create (or write) something that represents your background and culture. Interview family members for extra help with details and perspectives.