📚 Lesson Plan #34

5 Classroom-Ready Stories!

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A “Paw-sitive” Difference, One Stitch at a Time
(Grades 1-5)

Meet Malia Martinez. She’s only 11 years old, but she has found her passion and she’s using it to help our four-legged friends find their forever homes.

The Big Mental Health Benefits of Birds
(Grades 1-5)

You probably already know about the mental health benefits of spending time outside in nature. Numerous studies have been done and some doctors even prescribe forest walks to their patients. However, a new study sheds some light on one particular aspect of nature that may be behind that boost.

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Watching Sports is Good For Your Health
(Grades 6-8)

It may not always feel like it, especially if your team is booted in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup playoffs year after year - but watching sports is actually good for you. A new study finds a fascinating link between watching sports and your brain.

Students Solve a 2,000-Year-Old Math Puzzle
(Grades 6-8)

It was thought to be impossible. That is until two high school students tackled a math problem that has stumped the brightest minds for thousands of years.

It’s Alive! Scientists Create Living Plastic
(Grades 9-12)

We all know that plastic is a big problem for the planet and our reliance on it needs to change. That’s why this new scientific breakthrough is so cool.