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Watching the Summer Night Sky

Brush up your stargazing skills and get ready to enjoy humankind's first TV, the night sky.


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Summer Reading

NEA Staff

When it comes to summer, reading may not be the first thing kids have in mind! But these resources can help you put good books into kids’ hands for Summer reading adventures.


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Hurricane Season

By Phil Nast, retired middle school teacher and freelance writer

It's hurricane season! Use these K-12  lessons, activities, resources to learn how hurricanes form, how hurricanes are tracked, and how hurricane size and intensity are affected by global warming.


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Teaching About the 1963 March on Washington

By Phil Nast, retired middle school teacher and freelance writer

Here is a prolific collection of lessons, activities, and K-12 resources that explore the events leading up to the August 28th event, and help place It in historical context


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