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Britannica’s Holiday Gift Guide

November 28, 2016

The holidays are rapidly approaching, and we know teachers and parents are looking for gifts that are meaningful AND educational. From a new line of engaging children’s books, to challenging STEM puzzles, to posters and printed canvases, to a huge collection of e-books... this holiday gift guide is a great place to find presents that are exciting and inspiring. ...READ MORE

Awe-Inspiring Primary Sources

November 21, 2016

152 years ago today, on November 21st, 1864, President Abraham Lincoln sent the following letter to a Mrs. Bixby of  Boston, Massachusetts, whose five sons were killed in the Civil War:Dear Madam,I have been shown in the files of the War Department a statement of the Adjutant-General of Massachusetts that ...READ MORE

Britannica in the Social Studies Classroom

November 15, 2016

Britannica has launched into social studies classrooms full force with Britannica LaunchPacks: Social Studies and Britannica Original Sources. These products empower teachers and engage students, bringing history to life and helping to make lessons relevant and experiential.LaunchPacks: Social Studies saves teachers planning time and makes ...READ MORE

Meet Britannica, Part V

November 10, 2016

The Meet Britannica blog series takes you behind the scenes to Britannica’s colleagues who have made significant impacts on how we create and deliver products for all ages. Our last Meet Britannica blog featured Henry Bolzon, our very own head librarian, who has seen library work change dramatically with the transformation and pervasiveness of the Internet. This month, we’re d ...READ MORE

#Election2016 Classroom Activities

November 01, 2016

The word election is derived from the Latin verb legere, meaning “to choose.” On November 8th, people across the United States will exercise their right to cast votes in #Election2016 and choose the 45th president and 48th vice president.Filled with shocking rhetoric and controversy, this election season has been tricky for many teachers ...READ MORE
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