A Day at the Museum

It’s morning/day/night at the Smithsonian! This mini episode features a few of the cool resources connected with the Smithsonian. There are two resources we are focused on that are great classroom tools. Check them out!

Smithsonian Magazine

Smithsonian Magazine is a fantastic digital collection of articles that cover everything from space to food. The resources are great for middle school students and older. This site is very helpful when supporting students with self guided research and inquiry projects. It is also helpful when you are looking for additional resources to support content in the classroom.

Smithsonian Learning Lab

The second Smithsonian resources is the Learning Lab. This site allows you to create collections of all of the article resources. You can curate your own collections or you can find collections other people have made. Once you have a collection you can add your own resources or use a variety of teaching tools to support your students. You can also easily share the articles that you find and drop them right into your Google Classroom. There are so many ways to use this resource!

So explore the Smithsonian and discover some new resources for your classroom!

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