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A list of eBooks specifically for Teens
A list of eAudioBooks specifically for Teens
Online video series with detailed solutions to more than a thousand publicly-released College Board SAT Math, Subject Test Math Level 1, and Subject Test Math Level 2 problems.
Long Island Aquarium Educators have designed age-appropriate learning resources and activities for grades K-12. The lessons plans focus on the animals found at Long Island Aquarium and highlight their taxonomy and adaptations.
Weekly online history classes by New-York Historical Educators who lead engaging and interactive U.S. history investigations in real-time with student participants. Lessons are content-based, inquiry-driven, and thematically and developmentally appropriate for each grade served. Students have the chance to study images, artifacts, historical documents, and virtual exhibitions from the New-York Historical Society, and learn to think critically about the history of our nation during the livestream social studies lessons. Join a single session or attend a whole series! No log-in or membership is required: all you need is internet access with audio accessibility.
Free life skills lessons for remote learning brought to you by Overcoming Obstacles.
Have you ever wanted to know who would win a fight: Luke Skywalker or Spider-Man? Finally, someone is taking this question and others like it seriously in a geeky podcast about beloved comic, sci-fi, and fantasy characters.
Best for: Tweens & Teens