Teachers and homeschoolers can request a FREE copy of the 2020 ‘Stossel in the Classroom’ DVD. This FREE 115-minute DVD includes 13 segments from John Stossel, chosen and edited specifically for the classroom, plus 5 bonus segments provided by the Foundation for Economic Education, the Federalist Society, and Izzit.org. They also provide you with a FREE Teacher Guide with suggested lesson plans, discussion topics, worksheets, and activities!
Students and educators are eligible for Office 365 Education for FREE. This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and now Microsoft Teams, plus additional classroom tools. All you need is a valid school email address. It’s not a trial – so get started today.
Read to Succeed is an exciting program that encourages students in grades K through 6 to read for fun. Students who complete six hours of recreational reading earn a FREE ticket to Six Flags! The program is available to teachers and schools at no cost to participate, and it’s a great way to motivate kids to read.
The Lakeshore Learning Center has a FREE Online Award Maker. Just choose one of 24 awards and then personalize it with recipients name, givers name, date and a message. Awards can be printed when you are finished. This is great for teachers and homeschoolers as well as parents.
Arizona teachers can request FREE water and electricity coloring books, posters, DVDs, and more from SRP in support of Arizona educational standards. These will be available for a limited time only.
The Pizza Hut Book It! program motivates children to read by rewarding their reading accomplishments with praise, recognition and pizza. Every school year from October through March, teachers set a reading goals for each child in the class. When the child meets their reading goal, they will be rewarded with a free, one-topping Personal Pan Pizza. Program materials are free to public, private and perochial schools as well as homeschoolers (grades K-6).
Every energy resource — fossil, nuclear and renewable — is undergoing profound changes. And overall, we’re gradually shifting from coal and oil to the energies of tomorrow. This sweeping transition is the subject of Switch. But rather than advocate for how it should happen, Switch travels the world to discover how it most likely will happen. For a limited time, request a FREE copy of Switch for your classroom or campus.