Bring the 2019 Coretta Scott King Award-winning titles—A Few Red Drops: The Chicago Race Riot of 1919 and The Stuff Of Stars—to life in your classroom with these original Britannica School activities.
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This April, meet Ivy Hall, a Program Coordinator of Festivals and Music for the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
April’s Britannica School activities explore popular forms of poetry and well-known poets.
Stop by the Britannica booth for an intro to our new product, LumieLabs. Participate in a demo and you could win a GoPro!
This Women’s History Month, introduce your class to some real life wonder women.
This Black History Month, introduce students to some modern history-makers with these Britannica School activities.
Join us for a free personalized learning webinar, presented by edWeb.net and ClassTechTips.com Founder, Dr. Monica Burns.
Take students on a journey of understanding stress and how to manage it with these Britannica School activities.
Britannica launches Curiosity Day in celebration of its 250th birthday, with a series of curiosity-sparking activities for classrooms, families, and lifelong learners.
Did you ever stop and think about how basic ingredients transform into your favorite foods? Explore the sweet science of baking with these Britannica School activities.
Tune in once a month to “Cool Careers,” a brand new Facebook Live interview series from Britannica. This November, meet Nicole Tingwall of Windy City Dinner Fairy!
Britannica curriculum specialists delivered a special professional development session on literacy and social studies to the Seventh Day Teacher Conference this August in Chicago.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I, Britannica invites you to explore our expanded coverage of the Great War.