Amelia Earhart - Roles
History | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)
Collective Detective - Identifying the Same Final Sounds
Reading | PreK/K, Primary (K-2)

Popular Resources

Mr. D Math - Making Common Denominators and Adding Fractions
Math | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Be Positive About Appositives!
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5)
Absolutely Colorful - Absolute Value
Math | Middle School (6-8)
Amelia Earhart's Character Traits
History | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)
Amelia Earhart's Accomplishments and Contributions
History | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)
Didactic Cinquain: Tell Me About It
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5)
Earth's Crust 2 - Geysers, Plate Tectonics, and Volcanoes
Science | Intermediate (3-5)
Civil War Secrets - Female Spies
History | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Using Bubble Maps to Describe Characters
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)
How Did the Grand Canyon Become so Grand?
Science | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Apples, Bananas, Can You Think of More? Cantaloupe, the Dragon Fruit Makes Four!
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2), Intermediate (3-5)
Mapping It Out
College and Career | Middle School (6-8)

Math

Metric Measurement - King Henry
Math | Intermediate (3-5)

Who is King Henry? Was he the "liter" of a country? Did he have a "gram" and grandpa? "King Henry" is a way to remember the different units of metric measurement. Conversion is easy, using decimals!

Solving Multi-step Inequalities
Math | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Same thing with multi-step inequalities: you solve them one step at a time. Learn the method with online practice, graphs, and real-world word problems!

Fraction Frenzy
Math | Intermediate (3-5), Middle School (6-8)

In math, as well as life, more than a mere fraction of your time will be spent using fractions. Whether divvying up candy or handing out change, fractions come into play. So, play some fraction games!

Size Patterns
Math | PreK/K, Primary (K-2)

Did you know that eggs and other foods that look alike come in different sizes? They are sorted by size before they are packaged. Patterns can be made by sizes, too, even when the objects look alike!

Social Studies

The NYC Subway
Social Studies | Intermediate (3-5)

Have you ever flown in the sky in a plane? You most likely have ridden on the ground in a car or train or bus. What is it like to travel underground? Learn about the amazing underground train system!

Pilgrim or Puritan?
History | Intermediate (3-5)

Because they both play baseball, are the Phillies and the Mets the same teams? Are the army and the navy the same because they are military? Learn why the pilgrims and the Puritans are not the same!

U.S. Enters WWI Part Two
History | High School (9-12)

Ever had someone tell you, "Mind your own business"? That's fine until someone punches you in the nose! Learn how and why countries enter wars, and how public opinion changes, using WWI as an example!

Comparing Maps and Globes
Geography | Primary (K-2)

Travel along as we compare maps and globes! Which would you rather have on your lap when riding in the car? Which lets you see the world as a satellite does? Get out your building blocks and learn!

Reading & Language Arts

Pride and Prejudice: Chapters 16-26
Reading | High School (9-12)

Life at Longbourn gets more interesting as Mr. Collins involves himself in the life of the Bennets. See what happens when the worlds of the clergy, gentility, and military collide in little Meryton!

Putting It All Together
English / Language Arts | Intermediate (3-5)

Twitter and Facebook don't have any standards for quality of writing, but if you really want to communicate your important thoughts, you need to write the Perfect Paragraph, so read on and write on!

What Is a Regular Verb?
English / Language Arts | Primary (K-2)

"I goed to the store." Does that make sense? Of course not, because the word "goed" isn't right! Using online practice, a favorite story, and the "Captain May I?" game, learn to use past tense verbs!

The Poetry of Sylvia Plath
Reading | High School (9-12)

Isn't it puzzling how many famous, creative people can be so miserable, even suicidal? Sylvia Plath was troubled, self-revealing, and influential. Create a crossword puzzle about her life and poetry!

Science & Technology

Microsoft Excel Basics Part 2
Technology | Primary (K-2)

Drag 'n' Drop isn't an oriental soup dish; it's a way to copy cells in Excel. Learn this and more "bold" formatting "highlights" from our video and your practice spreadsheet! Spreadsheets can be fun!

How to Use Google Docs
Technology | Intermediate (3-5)

Once you stop giggling at the name "Google Docs," you will see how handy it is to have a place to store and work on documents from any place at any time. Learn the convenience of online collaboration!

Microsoft PowerPoint Essentials Part 4
Technology | Intermediate (3-5)

Do you want your presentation to make your viewers' eyes AND ears pop? Get ready to dazzle them with a soundtrack and SmartArt! Learn to add audio and fancy visuals to your already-great PowerPoint!

How to Use Google Sheets - Google Essentials
Technology | Intermediate (3-5)

Google Sheets are not made to cover your bed and keep you warm! They are spreadsheets that cover your data and keep you organized! Accessible from any place at any time, Google Sheets got you covered!

College, Career & Life Skills

Goal Setting with Mr. D
College and Career | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), Adult Learning

"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, 'I'm possible'!" (Audrey Hepburn). "If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time!" (Zig Ziglar). Learn to plan your future with Mr. D's easy method!

College Admissions Tips for Homeschool Students
College and Career | High School (9-12)

This is it! You've got one shot at getting into the college of your choice, and there are a bazillion other applicants! How do you outshine the rest? Follow these tips and sell yourself to admissions!

Job Shadowing
College and Career | High School (9-12)

Would a day on the job help you decide what career you want to pursue? Job shadowing allows you to visit a workplace and see first-hand what the job is like. All the tips you need are in this lesson!

Life-Planning Lingo
College and Career | Middle School (6-8)

Job-hunting is a job in itself! As with any job, there are some vocabulary words associated with it. Using videos, handouts, and your own Help Wanted scenario, learn these essential Life Lingo words!

Fine Arts

How To Create a High School Transcript
College and Career | High School (9-12)

Colleges base their acceptances on what they know about a student. Your high school transcript is the key to their decision. Present yourself in the best light with these tips and online resources!

Who Will Get the Job, Part 2
College and Career | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)

HR finally called you! They must have liked your application and are interested in you! The interview is scary but most important. The first seconds can make or break you. Learn to ace it today!

Goal Setting with Mr. D
College and Career | Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12), Adult Learning

"Nothing is impossible, the word itself says, 'I'm possible'!" (Audrey Hepburn). "If you aim at nothing, you will hit it every time!" (Zig Ziglar). Learn to plan your future with Mr. D's easy method!

It's All About Me!
College and Career | Middle School (6-8)

"I Wanna Talk About Me" was a song by Toby Keith. There are times when it's best to talk about yourself in glowing terms. That will happen in your job interview! Use penetrating questions to practice!

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