Newbery Medal research activities for elementary and middle school

How to use “Hello, Universe,” the 2018 Newbery Medal-winning book by Erin Entrada Kelly, to build research skills and foster self-guided inquiry in your students.

Your American Politics Resource Center: Social studies activities for the classroom

We’ve created a resource center to help educators and students through the primaries, special elections, and political headlines of the near future.

Rebels with a cause: Disruptive teens who changed history

Introduce your middle to high school students to leaders who juggled puberty with power structures with these original activities.

Women’s History Month activities: Celebrating women in STEM

Classroom activities for all levels spotlighting the achievements of women in the “STEM” fields of science, technology, engineering, and math.

ImageQuest: Editors’ picks for Women’s History Month

Explore what we discovered for March! With over three million images and counting, diving in to discover all there is in… Read More

Going for Gold: Insider’s Scoop on the Newbery Medal

Get an insider look at how a book becomes a Newbery winner and how you can bring the selection process to life with your students.

Your February Activity Center: Black History to Valentine’s Day

Develop annotation skills for Valentine’s Day or explore the civil rights movement and African American leaders in honor of Black History Month.

ImageQuest: February editors’ picks

The Britannica pros are here to guide you through the best of the quest.

Black History Month activities: Great African Americans of STEM

In honor of Black History Month, these Britannica Educator activities feature African Americans who broke barriers in science, tech, engineering, and math.