The New England Ski Museum at Franconia Notch State Park in North Conway, New Hampshire, collects, conserves, and exhibits elements of ski history for research, education, and inspiration. The museum’s permanent exhibit is From the First Tracks to the Fall Line: eight thousand years of skiing.
Leveling the Playing Field (LPF) furnishes schools and community organizations with free sports equipment, enabling those groups to provide affordable and accessible sports activities for children who otherwise would not have such opportunities. LPF has saved more than 1,600 programs over $11 million since its inception in 2013.
May the fourth be with you! Celebrate Star Wars Day (May 4, 2023) in the classroom with these free Star Wars teaching ideas for science and engineering, music and mindfulness, physical education—and more!
Spice up your motivation for running, walking, or cycling (or any distance-based exercise) by taking on The Conqueror’s Mount Everest Virtual Challenge. The challenge takes you through a breathtaking 40-mile journey to the summit of Mount Everest—the highest peak in the world.
Every year invention education experts at the National Inventors Hall of Fame develop an all-new curriculum for Camp Invention. The curriculum is filled with hands-on experiences that provide an appropriate level of challenge for students across a range of learning levels in kindergarten through grade 6.
STEM Sports provides turnkey K–8 supplemental curricula that use sports as the real-life application to drive STEM-based, hands-on learning in classrooms, afterschool programs, and camps across the United States.
The National Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and its sponsors are offering more than $600,000 in funding for PTAs/PTSAs interested in implementing an engaging National PTA program focused on STEM, literacy, digital citizenship, mental health, healthy lifestyles, or the arts.
Coaching Boys Into Men (CBIM) is an evidence-based prevention program that trains and motivates high school coaches to teach their young male athletes healthy relationship skills and promote respect, nonviolence, and integrity so their athletes come to understand that violence never equals strength.