School’s out for summer, but that doesn’t mean students can’t squeeze in some summer learning with our spotlights.
July spotlights, Red, White, and Blue, includes movies and activities to help us celebrate our country’s independence. Students can explore United States history through our Declaration of Independence, Causes of the American Revolution, and Thirteen Colonies movies. And, don’t forget our very first president, George Washington! Students can test their U.S. knowledge with the accompanying interactive quizzes and activities. This month’s other spotlight, Animals, gives students the opportunity to learn about both domestic and wild animals. From dogs and cats to penguins and dolphins, students can become experts on the animals they find most interesting.
We also have a number of spotlights that aren’t month specific and are perfect for students to enjoy all summer long. Why not learn about the authors who wrote the books they’re reading? Students can extend their summer reading assignments with our Books & Authors spotlight. We’ve included movies about classic and talented authors like Charles Dickens, Roald Dahl, J.R.R. Tolkien, and more. Additionally, check out the Famous Scientists spotlight where students can become scientists themselves. The Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, and Charles Darwin movies offer hands-on science experiments for some summer fun.