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PreK

English Language Arts

Letter Book

Letter Book

It's crafting time with your students! Introduce new vocabulary words to your students with this DIY letter book. (Grades: PreK-1)

Baseball Field Trip

Baseball Field Trip

At Marlins' Park, kids meet the team mascot, run on the field, pitch in the bullpen, bat in the batting cages and hang out in the President’s Suite. (Grades: PreK-3)

Friends

Friends

True friends come in all sizes! Enjoy a fresh take on an old story about a lion and a mouse. (Grades: PreK-2)

Horse Farm Field Trip

Horse Farm Field Trip

On this field trip, Penny and the kids visit Condee Horse Farm and learn the names of horse body parts, feed horses, ride a horse, and run like a horse. Giddy Up! (Grades: PreK-3)

Mathematics

Sorting it Out

Sorting it Out

This group activity from PBS KIDS Lab encourages students to observe carefully, analyze and make comparisons and predictions based on data they gather. (Grades: PreK-K)

Science

Butterfly World Field Trip

Butterfly World Field Trip

Witness metamorphosis, examine live butterflies, float with butterflies in a rainforest cave, and see a collection of the most beautiful butterflies in the world. (Grades: PreK-3)

Science Museum Field Trip

Science Museum Field Trip

At the Miami Science Museum kids find out how to mix colors with their own shadows, learn how levers work on a giant swing and much more. (Grades: PreK-3)

Social Studies

Speaking Out — Arthur

Speaking Out — Arthur

Francine discovers chemicals from lawn fertilizer are causing fish to die, she's determined to raise awareness about the dangers of poisoning the environment. (Grades: PreK-2)

An Artist in the Family

An Artist in the Family

This video segment takes students into Manuela’s home for a close look at her grandmother’s paintings to learn some of her techniques and about life in Columbia. (Grades: PreK-5)

Being a Good Citizen

Being a Good Citizen

Learn from students what it means to be a good citizen at their school. Students demonstrate how taking responsibility for jobs in the classroom is a privilege! (Grades PreK-2)