Studies Weekly is a consumable curriculum for teaching K-6 Social Studies, Science and Well-Being. It's available in printed periodicals and online so your students can learn anywhere, anytime.
Give a kid a choice between a textbook and a colorful, kid-friendly magazine and it won't take him long to choose. Put the two together and you've got a winning combination--educational material that makes learning fun! CEO, Ed Rickers is at the helm of a company that does just that. Studies Weekly began in 1984 when 4th grade teacher Paul Thompson found no state history textbook to use
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Discover what you didn't know about hyperaccumulators and how it affects you in Studies Weekly's new Science Curriculum! https://hubs.ly/Q01cfFr10
Motivation changes day by day but always has one thing in common: making you feel empowered enough to take action. Figure out what motivates you and do something about it! https://www.studiesweekly.com/sel/
We have liftoff! The all-new Studies Weekly Online is so much more teacher and student-friendly. Now is your chance to check it out! Log in today: https://hubs.ly/Q01bWYc-0
The end of the school year is approaching fast! Here are some great end-of-year celebration ideas to send your students off the right way. https://hubs.ly/Q01bQJjf0
Studies Weekly Well-Being teaches life skills that empower children to take care of their health, set goals, and work hard to achieve success -- without CRT. Learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q01b8HLh0
On May 17, 1954 the Supreme Court outlawed segregation across the United States. Learn more historical facts with Studies Weekly Social Studies: https://hubs.ly/Q01bwzQ60
The sun is setting on this academic year, but students still have a need and a desire to continue learning. Studies Weekly offers a ELA-based summer school curriculum that is fun, and educational. Learn more about our Summer School program: https://hubs.ly/Q01bfT950
Celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month is a great opportunity to incorporate culturally responsive teaching into students’ learning experiences. Learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q01b8CKN0
This month is Mental Health Awareness month. Take some time for yourself to de-stress and find your happy. Learn some stress-relieving activities with Studies Weekly Well-Being: https://hubs.ly/Q01b2sbY0
On this day, May 10, 1869, the Transcontinental Railroad connected in Utah, bringing together the Western and Eastern seaboards of the United States. Learn more fun historical facts: https://hubs.ly/Q019Z_rL0
We have Liftoff! Come and enjoy the new Studies Weekly Online 3.0. We have listened to your ideas and tailored this to you and your students' needs. Learn more with Studies Weekly by logging in: https://hubs.ly/Q019Vpnc0
The sun is setting on this academic year, but students still have a need and a desire to continue learning. Studies Weekly offers a ELA-based summer school curriculum that is fun, and educational. Learn more about our Summer School program: https://hubs.ly/Q019LVVL0
Feliz Cinco De Mayo! Celebrate Mexican-American culture and have a wonderful Cinco De Mayo Day.
Teachers, thank you for the love and patience you show all children. Your dedication changes lives. Every week should celebrate you!
Just imagine if Earth had diamond storms like other planets. Learn more Fun Facts with Studies Weekly Science Curriculum: https://hubs.ly/Q019rHTb0
That's right! Studies Weekly Online is open for free until June 15. Hurry while you still have time: https://hubs.ly/Q019hB5K0
Does summer school bum out your students? Studies Weekly’s interactive curriculum keeps summer enjoyable. Learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q019b05s0
Join us for a conversation about the foundations of effective Holocaust education that will help you get your students "safely in and safely out" of this difficult topic: https://hubs.ly/Q018_wqT0
Summer enrichment activities help students review, maintain, and increase their academic skills. Learn how an effective summer school program empowers students: https://hubs.ly/Q018RbS70
Surprise! Studies Weekly is opening up our Online resources for FREE. Watch this message from CEO John McCurdy to learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q018PBhd0
Try-Before-You-Buy Spring at Studies Weekly! Do you know what that means? If not, click the video link here to learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q018Bbmn0
Ever think about what you can do to make the world a better place? This week is National Family Volunteer Week, and no time is better than this week to help others. Contact your local charity to learn about service opportunities.
On April 19, 1775, the battle of Lexington and Concord began. This would signal the start of the Revolutionary War. Learn more key moments in history with Studies Weekly Social Studies Curriculum:
On April 18, 1775 Paul Revere rode through the night to warn American Colonial militia of the coming of British forces. Learn more about heroes of the United States: https://hubs.ly/Q01889ZN0
Try-Before-You-Buy Spring at Studies Weekly! Do you know what that means? If not, click the video link here to learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q017TcLL0
How to solve the problem of teacher burnout? We share some research-based insight, but we would love to hear YOUR ideas.
On April 12, 1861, Confederate forces launched a full scale attack on Fort Sumter in South Carolina. This become known as the start of one the United States devastating conflicts, the Civil War. Learn more about United States history with Studies Weekly social studies: https://hubs.ly/Q017Y3Ks0
Stress is a normal part of life. How someone responds to stress can determine whether it becomes eustress or distress. Learn how to manage stress with this fun interactive lesson: https://hubs.ly/Q017Z29x0
Need Professional Development hours? Join Studies Weekly on 4/12 for a free webinar and learn how to implement Well-Being at YOUR school. Click the link to register now before it's TOO late: https://hubs.ly/Q017Rgjv0
On this Day April 8, 1974, Hank Aaron breaks Babe Ruth's home run record by hitting 715 home runs. A historic moment in sports history. Learn more about historic moments with Studies Weekly Social Studies: https://hubs.ly/Q017LxLm0
Does summer school bum out your students? Studies Weekly’s interactive curriculum keeps summer enjoyable. Learn more: https://hubs.ly/Q017GjNs0
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