Out on a Limb
It's not easy to get along. Help Maria and her friends solve their problems peacefully.
Tree House Weather Kids
Helps young people understand such things as why the weather changes, how we predict the weather, and how weather causes great destruction.
Food Fun from Apples to Zucchini
A website to introduce elementary students to 37 different kids of produce -- many they may not know.
Business of Babysitting
Want to start your own babysitting business? Visit this site to learn what you need to know to become a great babysitter!
Shake, Rattle and Slide
Learn about the work of earthquakes, volcanoes and glaciers.
Introduces young people to the daily lives, cultural arts and philosophies of people from China, India, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, and Vietnam.
Great Corn Adventure
Zea Mays explains the importance of corn, how it grows, and its thousands of different uses.
Dr. Arbor Talks Trees
Dr. Arbor teaches all about trees!
Welcome to the Real World
Welcome to the Real World is a hands-on, real life simulation for young people to explore career opportunities and make lifestyle and budget choices.
My First Garden
Learn how to plan, nurture and enjoy the benefits of a beautiful flower or vegetable garden.
Trees Are Terrific
Travel with Pierre as you learn all about how trees are important to us!
Secret Life of Trees
Learn all about the parts of a tree and why trees are important to us!
Jumping rope is fun and good for you, too! Learn nine different single rope stunts along with jump rope rhymes and games.
Those who work with and on behalf of young people, families, and communities can become involved in character education and promote ethical decisions in all facets of the lives of children and adults.
Animals Past and Present
Lessons for elementary students about what happened to dinosaurs, and what animals lived in Illinois 65 million years ago, 10 million years ago, and today.
Walk in My Shoes
Learn what it feels like to be older and what happens to our bodies as we age.
Cultivating knowledge for purposeful living, students learn through literature, art, humanities, and throughout the existing school curriculum the benefits and consequences of behavior.
Windows to Asian Cultures
This curriculum consists of four units exploring the values and customs of the Asian countries of China, Japan, the Philippines and Vietnam.
Claude's Got the Scoop on Soil
Students learn about how soil is made, who really needs soil, and what happens to soil if you don't take care of it.
Knowing Your World
Lessons and activities designed for 4th & 5th graders to learn about acid rain, global warming, water resources and other environmental topics.
Child Care for Teen Parents
Learn some basic guidelines for caring for children of teen parents.
Sports & Nutrition: The Winning Connection
Written and designed for today's young athlete, these easy-to-use nutrition guides work well in classrooms and after-school programs.
Wonderful interactive curricula for students about a variety of science and social studies topics.