Thomas Jefferson’s Ice Cream Recipe

Thomas Jefferson’s complicated legacy encompasses his roles as an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, and the third President of the United States. Jefferson was also an enthusiastic “foodie,” with a willingness to try new cuisine and an interest in kitchen gadgets.

AI-Enhanced Experiences Unveiling the Secrets of History and Science

TimeLooper is taking immersive storytelling to the next level through the power of generative artificial intelligence (AI). TimeLooper’s AI-powered experiences open doors to endless possibilities, combining advanced technologies such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), projection mapping, and holograms. Prepare to embark on a journey where history, science, and culture come alive.

Classroom Resources to Celebrate the Freedom to Read

National Read Across America Day is celebrated every year on March 2, which is the birthday of American author Dr. Seuss. That is why it is also known as Dr. Seuss Day. Created and hosted annually by the National Education Association, Read Across America is dedicated to creating and celebrating a nation of diverse readers.

Mosaic Mural Connecting People Through the Universal Language of Art

America Connects invites students to gather together with their classmates, friends, and family for a day filled with paintbrushes, smiles, and cherished moments. Together, they can create a masterpiece that celebrates diversity, connection, and the beauty of human expression.

Digital Curriculum, Black History Month (February 1–March 1)—and Beyond

In response to the growing call for high-quality curricula about African American history, the nonprofit Primary Source has launched Making Freedom: African Americans in US History, a digitally available curriculum featuring more than 50 units spanning 420 years of African American history, with up-to-date resources and teaching strategies in alignment with state standards for high-quality instruction.

Reading Experience with Rappers, Bringing Lyrics into the Classroom

Reading with a Rapper (RWAR) is an English language arts–based educational program in which elementary, middle school, and high school students learn to analyze literature by studying rap lyrics. Since its was founding in Houston in 2018, RWAR has spread to schools in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Kansas City, and elsewhere.